On Tuesday years four, five and six had self defence workshops. They learnt how defend themselves if they were attacked and the best way to get out of dangerous situations. They also had a go at boxing using quick, diagonal movements.
In today’s Art Club we had ago at doing huge pictures. We had great big rolls of paper which we all worked on together. Our theme was ‘Under the Sea’, one group used oil pastels, two groups did painting and the last group used crayons. It was great fun and the results were amazing.
This morning we met in church to remember the life of St Eanswythe. To start the service Father David welcomed everyone and then children placed flowers on St Eanwythe’s tomb and carried the banners through the church and placed them at the front. We were reminded of St Eanswythe’s dedication to God, her work with … Continue reading
Today years 2 and 4 really enjoyed reading with their buddies. They shared picture books together with great enthusiasm.
As part of the Triennial art club went to workshop all about seeing with sound. We joined artist Matt Rowe to build our own loud hailers …they were very loud as they amplified our voices. Then some of us helped to build a giant cosmic loud hailer to project our voices even louder. We then … Continue reading
Yesterday was St Eanswythe’s Day, we celebrated it with a service in the church. The service included prayers, songs, facts about St Eanswythe’s life and a play performed by some of year 5. They did particularly well learning their lines after only being back at school a few days. Thank you to those who came from St … Continue reading
As part of the tracking for Sports Premium we record every sporting extra curricular activity that each child does within the school and the length of time they participate for. For example if they were a member of kayaking club, that would count as one activity and six hours as the club was held over six weeks. … Continue reading
Dear Parent/ Carer During the first half of the Autumn term, year 4 will be covering the following topics: Literacy: We will be looking at writing stories and newspaper reports about Ancient Egypt, whilst also improving our grammar and comprehension skills. Spellings will be given out on a Wednesday to learn ready for a test the … Continue reading
KS2 were very fortunate with the weather yesterday. After walking to The Three Hills in the rain and eating lunch with looming black clouds, the sun came out and we were able to hold the races outdoors after all. KS2 had a lot of fun competing in races including egg and spoon, balancing relays, skipping relays, golf and … Continue reading
This is a lovely email received today from the Dover Transport Museum following year 4’s class visit there. “This is just a short email to thank you for bringing your class to the museum today. We all agreed, without a doubt, that they were the most well-behaved and well-mannered children that we have ever had. A credit … Continue reading