Owls are taking part in an Infant Agility Session on Monday 6th June at The Three Hills Sports Centre. We will be travelling by mini bus or cars. Please could you send your child into school wearing their PE kit, trainers or plimsolls and navy blue or black jogging bottoms and sweatshirt. Please could you … Continue reading
Owls had earned a treat, so on Wednesday afternoon we had a party! We have been learning about the continents this term so we thought about how people on other continents celebrate and used some of their ideas at our party. We had some music and dancing from South America, face painting reminiscent of Australian … Continue reading
Inspired by the story of Elmer Yr.1 worked with their Yr.6 buddies looking at experiments to do with colour this afternoon. They made shaving foam rain clouds and discussed how clouds form and why rain falls; used salt to melt ice and watched food colouring drizzle through the cracks creating beautiful patterns; mixed bicarbonate of … Continue reading
This term we have really enjoyed a new club, bushcraft. The children have been taught by Phil at the Sports Centre and have learnt how to build shelters, make paracord bracelets, collect drinkable sap from silver birch trees, drill holes into wood using a palm drill and cook twists and hot chocolate over an open … Continue reading
A big thank you goes to Primary Futures and all the volunteers who gave up time to explain their jobs and help to organise the event today. All the children really enjoyed themselves and learnt a lot. Primary futures aims to widen the horizons and aspirations of primary school children by helping them make the … Continue reading
Last week Class 3 had great fun making Tudor sweets! The Tudors shaped their sweets into all sorts of weird and wonderful shapes including flowers and meat, such as bacon! We used marzipan and food colouring to create our own versions.
We entered three teams in the Shepway lacrosse tournament this evening. Everyone played really well and worked together as a team. We ended up coming first, second and third! The winning team will also go on to represent Shepway in the Kent finals on Friday!
Today we had some visitors in to help us improve our footballing skills. It was a shame it rained, however we still had a great time playing mini games in the hall whilst getting improvement tips and pointers.
Iin addition to looking at how animals camouflage, we have also looked at how some animals use their colours to warn of their danger. Aposematism is when an animal uses colours such as yellow, red, orange, white and black to warn that they can be poisonous or not very nice to eat or touch. Using … Continue reading
Following our gallery of Easter projects the 2 winners from each class were announced and presented with their prize during Friday morning’s worship. It was a very difficult task to choose just 2 per class as the standard and work involved was so high, because of this everyone else who had produced an Easter project … Continue reading