Two classes had the fantastic opportunity to attend teamwork workshops run by the Boxer, Josh Kennedy. He used team games to help the children think about how they are better as a team that work together to succeed. The children were also asked to consider when they have worked as part of a team outside … Continue reading
Today Dave Barker from Cheriton Baptist Church delivered our Worship for us. He encouraged us to think about how amazing God is. Dave found some big questions in the Bible for us to think about and we thought up some as well. How amazing is it that babies develop from a few cells? How amazing … Continue reading
This week we were lucky enough to have some archaeologists and historians come in and tell us all about St Eanswythe and the times she lived in. The archaeologist brought things that had been found underneath our playground. For example they had a mould that was used to make book clasps or bindings. They also brought … Continue reading
On Friday art club went to visit The Tate Britain Art Gallery in London. The weather was stunning and despite the long train journey everyone arrived happy. We walked from Charing Cross Station across the river and along the South Bank to the Tate. We saw artists drawing on the street, heard musicians and saw some really … Continue reading
Art Club have been working very hard for the last few terms on the theme of stories. We have invented story maps and then turned these into story boxes. We then took our characters from these and turned them into life sized people. Each character comes with it’s own plan and description. All this hard … Continue reading
On Saturday you could still find art club in school working hard on their exhibition. They created bags to sell, printed an amazing back cloth and then created letters and characters which sprang out of tins. Everyone had super ideas and we know that our exhibition will look great! Can you guess what our theme … Continue reading
As you are aware the school had a one day Ofsted inspection on the 27 March and we are extremely pleased to attach our latest Ofsted report. We are delighted to tell you that under the new categories, introduced January 2018, the school achieved the highest grade possible. This means that we remain good and … Continue reading
Last week, Year 3 had a lot of fun being boat makers! They spent time imagining, designing and creating our watery masterpieces! Well done to the whole class who were very creative and kind and helpful to each other!
Last week every class in KS2 had a workshop with Patti Mills from Hythe Squash Club. The children learnt many racket skills and the older ones were able to use rebound nets to create rallies. It was great fun for everyone!
This morning we had a visit from PC Pepper and PC Goldswain another handler with their police dogs. They explained their roles and some of the jobs the dogs support them with. The dogs were amazingly well trained and demonstrated their obedience fantastically. Noah hid a wallet in the playground and one of the dogs found it with ease … Continue reading