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
Some of Year 3 and 4 attended a football tournament today. We had two mixed year group teams competing against many teams from other schools. Both teams’ playing improved during the day and they all showed great sportsmanship amongst themselves and with the other teams. There were some super goals along with some brilliant saves. … Continue reading
Dear Parent/ Carer I hope you had a nice Easter break. For the next few weeks we will be joined by a trainee teacher in our class, this will be her 2nd year placement. During the first half of the Summer term, year 4 will be covering the following topics: Literacy: We will be … Continue reading
On Thursday we had our Easter Service. The children helped us to think about the real meaning of Easter through songs and readings. Yr.5 accompanied songs with their amazing djembe drumming, there were beautiful harmonies and solos from several of the children and some excellent dancing from KS1 and Yr.3. Thank you to Mrs Brookes who worked … Continue reading
We celebrated Easter with a creative day today. The children went around the school stopping at seven stations of the cross. At each station they learnt about a part of the Easter story and considered its importance and relevance to their lives today. They also were able to take part in seven crafts to consolidate … Continue reading
Yesterday in Science, Year 4 carried out tests to find out which surface had the most friction. To do this they had three different surfaces on boards which they used to create ramps for their car. The children then tested how high one end of the ramp needed to be to make the car move … Continue reading
Earlier this week St Mary’s School invited our Year 4 to watch their Year 4s perform the Wizard of Oz at the Leas Cliff Hall, so this afternoon we went to enjoy the show. The children enjoyed watching the performance and behaved very well, sitting extremely quietly and being supportive of the cast.
A few weeks ago, the PTFA held the KS1 and KS2 discos. As you can see from the photographs everyone had a lot of fun. They enjoyed food, dancing and games and took part in the photo booth. A big thank you to all the parents who gave up their time to organise and run … Continue reading
Today in science we were using force meters to see how many Newtons it took to move or lift various items from around the classroom.
This morning our worship was led by the puppet team from South Kent Community Church. The puppets helped us to think about the story of Jesus calming the storm and how this can relate to our lives today. They discussed how Jesus can help us when we’re afraid and prevent our fears from holding us … Continue reading