Tiki has had a lovely term. She has achieved her bronze Good Citizen Dog Scheme Award, had her first Christmas party, been to the beach for the first time, been in her first nativity play and had many other first Christmas experiences. Thank you so much for all her Christmas presents, some of which feature … Continue reading
This morning we had our first nativity play – Hosanna Rock – performed by kS2. They told us the real meaning of Christmas, through song, narration, acting and dance. The singing was amazing and everyone had learnt their lines and parts really well. There were some tears in the audience at the solos and some … Continue reading
Tiki was very excited on Friday to open her first ever Christmas present. Two children had bought her a personalised decoration to go on the tree so she had to open it early! She loved it.
Yesterday Yr.6 did an investigation about air resistance. They used 10g weights to attach to a variety of different parachutes and timed how long each one took to fall to the ground. Each group decided which variable they wanted to change, some chose the material, some the shape and some the size of parachute. Following … Continue reading
This week all of KS2 were fortunate enough to attend Folkestone Book festival at the Quarterhouse twice! On Tuesday they listened to the author Gillian McClure. Gillian used her book Selkie as the inspiration and then created a story using ideas and comments from the audience. We then heard her original version. On Wednesday Piers … Continue reading
Last week Tiki passed her Bronze Good Citizen Award. Some children presented her with her rosette and certificate in worship on Friday and shook her paw to congratulate her! In Tiki’s test she had to do the following things: Walk to heel including turns Wait at a gate for her owner to go through then … Continue reading
Tiki has enjoyed her first term at school! She has made hundreds of friends and is by far the most popular member of staff. Not a day goes by without the cry of “Where’s Tiki?” The children and staff love her and she has settled very quickly into her life as a school dog. She … Continue reading
Yesterday, Yr.6 took advantage of the weather and went for a walk in the sunshine between their lessons. They started off at the Sunny sands, walked along the wooden walkway to the Coastal Park and back along the Leas. Everyone had a great time.
On Thursday, we had one of our most important services of the year. We welcomed the new children and staff to our school. During the service Reverend Cameron Langlands helped us to think about how we can make people feel welcome and how our school values help us to do this. Each new Duckling was … Continue reading
On Thursday the whole school took part in a mile walk from school along the Leas to the Metropole Hotel. Thank you for your generosity which is this term’s school value. We raised £200 for the ‘Red Cross Miles for Refugees Appeal.’ As you can see from the photos everyone had fun, the older children … Continue reading