February 2015

Year 3 Explore London

Year 3 went to London and visited not only both the National Portrait Gallery and the National Art Gallery but they explored London as well! As part of our Tudor topic we studied Holbein and we all really enjoyed seeing his painting for real. We lunched in Trafalgar Square and then we explored London. We Continue reading


Our Science topic last term was plants. We planted lots of different plants, so we could watch them grow and look at all of the different parts of a plant. We ate different plant parts – the flower, the stem, the leaves and the roots, and we planted, harvested and ate our very own cress. We will carry Continue reading

WWI Dance

Dance club have entered the national dance competition “The Great Big Dance Off”. The first round is a video submission. Our dance is based on World War 1. It starts with 2 sides fighting against each other. We then see them come together, as they did for the football game over Christmas, only to go back Continue reading

Christian Club

Josh was in again this week to lead worship and to run a Christian club for KS2.  The club was well attended with children enjoying learning about God through games, songs, dramas and activities.

Christmas Service

On Thursday 18th we had our School Christmas Service.  There was standing room only for parents who weren’t disappointed as they watched the Christmas story unfold through singing performances from each class, a tableaux of the stable which built up during he readings and a beautiful rendition of Silent night with lit christingles.  The Christingles Continue reading

Yr 6 Carol Service

Yr.6 attended the town wide mayor’s carol service today.  Along with over 200 other children they sang through the Christmas story.  It was an excellent occasion.  there was also an address from the Mayor linking to the Christmas Truce in WWI and the impact that peace has on a community.  There was a lot of Continue reading

Yr. 5 Cathedral Day

On 19th November Yr.5 attended the cathedral. We were one of the 23 schools from across the Diocese that participated. From stonemasonry to drama, from sculpture to music; children enjoyed a variety of practical workshops, experienced interactive prayer in the Crypt and were taken in by the sheer awe of the ancient building. After lunch Continue reading

Harvest Service

On Thursday 9th October we held our Harvest festival at St Mary and St Eanswythe’s church. Each class sung a song celebrating harvest and thanking God for the provision we have and the people who make this possible.  We held a collection for the food bank in Folkestone.  Thank you to everyone who donated food Continue reading

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