This afternoon the whole school had a great time watching a pantomime about Peter Pan. The cast from M+M Theatrical Productions performed the show for the children with great enthusiasm using comedy, music and dancing to entertain. The children I spoke to following the performance were all eager to tell me about their favourite parts.
Friday night was the night that Folkestone switched on it’s Christmas lights and our choir were invited to start it all off. They sang brilliantly, with real enthusiasm, expression and bags of confidence. Duncan accompanied them on the guitar and after their three scheduled songs they were persuaded to do a fourth. The children were … Continue reading
This week we held our Love in a Box service. It was lovely to see the children putting our value of generosity into action by bringing a gift for children who won’t get anything else this Christmas. The children led us in prayers and singing and Mrs Garrett shared about the 40,000 shoe boxes which … Continue reading
On Wednesday, one hundred and forty three of us headed to The Lyceum Theatre to watch The Lion King. First, we stopped for lunch in Covent Garden and watched an escape act street artist, then we headed to the theatre for the main event. The show was breath-taking and the children were impeccably behaved. We … Continue reading
Parents of Year 3 Dear Parents, Welcome to the second half of the Autumn Term! Below are some details of what we will be covering until Christmas. Most aspects of the curriculum will be taught through topic teaching. This term we will be continuing to learn about the Romans while also looking at the Science … Continue reading
At the end of the last term, Year 3 had a Roman day! We started by recreating the ancient explosion of Pompeii using brightly coloured oil pastels. We then got changed into our amazing home made Roman costumes before learning all about Roman delicacies and having a Roman feast where we tried foods brought over … Continue reading
Year 3 had a fantastic day exploring the secrets of Roman Canterbury. Did you know there is a Roman theatre underneath Canterbury High Street and ancient baths underneath a modern bookshop? We learnt all about these buildings and lots more at the brilliant Roman Museum in Canterbury. We made mosaics next to the site of … Continue reading
Many children have been enjoying our new playground enrichment activity boards.
Thirty four children from KS2 went to watch Charlton Athletic play Doncaster Rovers this afternoon. It was an eventful match with a final score of 1-0 to Charlton. Everyone had a great time and behaved well as always.
A big thank you to everyone who donated food for the Harvest Festival today, it made a beautiful display at the front of the church for our service. The donations will go to the Rainbow Centre charity Food Stop to help support those in our town who are struggling at the moment. During the service we gave … Continue reading