August 2015

Term 1

I hope you have enjoyed your summer. During the first half of the Autumn term, year 4 will be covering the following topics: Literacy:      We will be looking at stories, myths and legends from different cultures and those stories with a dilemma to solve. We will have Mrs Page coming in to read Continue reading

Harvest – words to learn

Here we are again- it’s that time of year, when I’m letting children know what songs they will be doing in the harvest celebration – date to be confirmed! Ducklings – singing the choruses with the buddies  – year 5 item, please see below Year 1 The Earth is Yours O God The earth is Continue reading

Yr.6 Autumn Term 1

Dear Parent/Carer,   During the Autumn term, year 6 will be covering the following topics: Numeracy:  Place value, ordering and rounding, multiplication and division, fractions, decimals and percentages and measure. Literacy:    Myths, explanatory texts and fables Science:      Micro-organisms: What micro-organisms are; how micro-organisms can be both helpful and harmful and how to prevent micro-organisms Continue reading

Dance Club at The Marlowe

Dance club’s final performance of the year was on Thursday 16th July at The Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury. This is one of the biggest stages outside of London’s West End so it was a real privilege to perform there as part of The Spires Dance Showcase. We performed to a packed auditorium and then were Continue reading

Worship 2014/2015

Worship is a big part of our school life.  The children get to experience and participate in it in a variety of ways.  Here is a snapshot of worship over the last year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=9OIvHbaAlVg

Sport Data 2014/2015

As part of the tracking for Sports Premium we record every sporting extra curricular activity that each child does within the school and the length of time they participate for.  For example if they were a member of kayaking club, that would count as one activity and six hours as the club was held over six weeks.  Continue reading

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