Year 5

Police Dogs

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

Class 5 – Summer Term 5

Dear Parent/Carer, During the first half of the Summer Term, Year 5 will be covering the following topics: Numeracy: This term we will cover: Roman Numerals; revising decimal numbers; calculating percentages; equivalent fractions; square and cube numbers and revision of calculating, using all four number operations. We will continue to develop mental skills in number Continue reading

Horse Riding Club 2018

Below are some photographs and a video of this years’ horse riding club.  The children did so well with everyone mastering rising trot which is not an easy task!  The children got the opportunity to ride both in the school where they learnt to stop, start, turn, walk and trot and go through the woodland which Continue reading

Easter Service

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

Herald Cup – Match 4: 1-0

Yesterday, we played the final match in the group stages of the Herald Cup.  It was against Saltwood Primary School and was a close match with evenly matched teams.  We won from a penalty kick by Oliver.  This result means we will go through to the quarter finals which will be held after Easter.  Well done Continue reading

Herald Cup Match 3: 4-4

Yesterday was the third Herald cup game for the school team against Churchill.  It was a very tense game with great skill showed by both teams.  With ten minutes to go we were 4-2 down.  The determination and drive of the players shone through as they strived to equalise.  Well done everyone, your perseverance paid off!

Girls’ Football Tournament

On Thursday we entered two teams into the Shepway School Games Girls’ Football Tournament.  It was great fun, the girls played seven matches in a round robin tournament.  Both our teams played really well showing some brilliant skills and sportsmanship.  The blue team didn’t loose a game!The red team won two of their games and drew Continue reading

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Police Dogs

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Kids Planet

This evening we took forty children from Yr.1 and Yr.2 to Kids Planet.  The children…

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