July 2015

Year 2’s Kic Theatre Workshop

On Monday, Year 2 took part in an amazing drama workshop in which they explored seaside safety and ways that we can help protect our shores! The children performed and experimented with lots of mimes including swimming in the sea, buying ice creams, watching a puppet show and even applying sun cream!


Results are hot off the press for public exam success for 4 children. The youngest children I have ever entered for singing exams have been successful in passing- Grade 1 – Anna and Max from year 2 and Amber from year 3 Grade 3 – our seasoned pro, Edith , year 5 who gained 124, Continue reading

Leaver’s Assembly

Today was the last day for all of Yr.6, a day of mixed emotions; excitement, nervousness, pride and sadness.  First, the children celebrated their sporting success throughout the year.  These included winning the Shepway Sports Trust elite leagues in Basketball and Tag-Rugby, the Bowl competition at the Nation Finals in Lacrosse and the Bellboat Challenge at Continue reading

Bellboat Challenge

Yesterday was the Bellboat Challenge at Seapoint Canoe Centre. After our success on the sponsored bike ride we decided it would be nice to ride our bikes down to this event. However, the weather made the ride down a little gloomy and very damp, no moaning from the children though! (Only moaning came from myself Continue reading

Buddies Coastal Park Trip

Today Year R and 5 went to the Coastal Park, this was an end of year trip to celebrate a whole year of being buddies. The buddy experience is one that is so important to both the Reception Class children and the Year Five children. It is an experience that they all love, none more Continue reading

Mosque Visit

Today Year 4 went to visit our local Mosque. We learned about carrying out ablutions, called Wadu, which is the process of cleansing the body before prayers, Mrs. Abed’s uncle kindly allowed us to watch. We were taught the importance of facing Mecca to pray and that prayers happen five times a day, which is Continue reading

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