June 2015

Year 5/6 Federation Swimming Gala

On Friday 26th June Year Five took part in the Federation Swimming Gala. We were up against some very strong opposition in the form of St Mary’s and Christchurch and with Year Six on a trip had to compete against older children as well.   All the children involved showed great perseverance and determination throughout Continue reading

Time Travel

When we came in on Thursday morning the time machine had doubled in size ready for our time travel that afternoon. After we were all comfortably seated, the journey began and we travelled back to the time of cavemen. We had already learnt about the homes of cavemen and the types of food they ate, Continue reading


On Friday 32 children from Owls and Eagles went to Folkestone Sports Centre after school to go tobogganing. It was hard work pulling the toboggans up the slope but the thrill of flying down made it all worth while. Great fun was had by all!

Tennis Coach

We were very lucky on Thursday in Owls to receive some tennis coaching. We practised some of the skills we learnt in PE last term and learnt some new ways to try and control the ball, through throwing, hitting and catching. The visiting coach was very impressed with all of our skills!

Yr. 6 Trip to Canterbury

Today Yr.6 went to Canterbury to take part in a variety of activities.  First, we went to Play Islands where the children took part in bowling, lazer tag and had some time in the soft play.  We then went to Westgate Gardens for lunch and ended up with a trampolining session at Aire Trampoline Club.  Continue reading

Year 4 London Transport Museum

We had a super time in the London Transport Museum, we began by getting our trail sheets for stamping as we went round the exhibits. The trail followed the history of London transport beginning with horse drawn carriages and buses, early motorised buses and trams and moving on through the time of steam underground trains. There Continue reading

Year 4 London Traffic Survey

We continued with our transport topic looking out for vehicles in London, we saw a stretched limousine, the London Eye, a motorcycle with a roof and the amphibious Duck as well as all the usual modes of transport. We carried out traffic surveys in London, counting vehicles on the road passing under Waterloo Bridge and Continue reading

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