As part of Federation Sport Fortnight we held a Netball tournament after school at our school. Six teams took part in the event, all the children from the different schools showed exemplary sportsmanship and clearly progressed in their skills as the matches went on. Well done to everyone who took part. Here are the final … Continue reading
It was Yr.6’s turn to participate in Federation sports this afternoon. We walked up to St Mary’s, stopping to have lunch at the park on the way. The children then helped to demonstrate and explain the events to their team as well as taking part themselves. They were in mixed teams, named after countries, with … Continue reading
Yr.6 had a tennis coaching session this morning from the Shepway sports Trust. The children were taught how to play forehand and backhand shots. They really enjoyed the session.
We were fortunate enough to have the School’s team from South Kent community Church in for worship again this morning. They along with their team of puppets brought the story of Saul’s conversion on the road to Damascus to life. We looked at how meeting Jesus can change who you are as a person. As … Continue reading
This tem in Ducklings we are looking at castles. As part of this we have been looking at the jobs you’d find in a castle, such as: cooks, nobles, knights, soldiers, servants and jesters. The children have really enjoyed dressing up as knights, dancing to medieval music and becoming jesters. To be a jester they … Continue reading
Ducklings trip to Wildwood was: fun, hot, enjoyable, adventurous and interesting. We boarded the coach with great anticipation for a trip ahead. When we arrived we were greeted by huge, black storks and ravens as we walked to the toilet stop. After using the toilet stop and leaving our lunch boxes we split off into … Continue reading
One of our netball teams won the Shepway Netball League earlier in the year and therefore qualified to represent Shepway in the Kent School Games. These were held today in Rainham. The competition was very stiff, the teams were split into two leagues with the top two teams going onto compete in the semi finals … Continue reading
One of our Year3/4 Tennis teams qualified for the Kent School Games that took palce at the ThreeHills today. It was an amazing spectacle for the children to go to, with a big opening ceremony, banners, mascots and teams from all over East Kent participating. However this meant that the standard was very high, … Continue reading
Today we carried out two mode of transport surveys in Folkestone. The first was about road traffic including cars, lorries, buses, bicycles, taxis and more. The other survey involved us counting the boats, ships and aeroplanes we saw in a set amount of time.
This afternoon we went to St Mary’s School field to join their year 4s and those from Christchurch to participate in a range of athletic events. The teams where given names of different countries and included members from each of the three schools. We had a great time, behaved brilliantly and supported and encouraged each … Continue reading