We decided to have a relaxing day today as we have all been rushing around and learning so much this term! In Literacy we had most of the books out of the class library and on our tables to look at and read. We then got to choose our favourite book and tell the rest … Continue reading
This afternoon we had the first of the KS2 nativity plays. The children were amazing, they sang beautifully, remembered their lines and cues and had the audience laughing and smiling throughout. A particular well done to the soloists and group singers who were extremely brave and sounded amazing! We look forward to you all doing … Continue reading
This morning we had Dave Barker from Cheriton Baptist Church leading our worship. We looked at how the shepherds heard the news about Jesus and left their sheep to hurry to Bethlehem to see Jesus. We had some great acting from sheep and shepherds across the school.
This evening was the final week in the year 5 & 6 basketball league. Both our teams played really well with vast improvements from last week. We had some tough opposition from all teams but managed to come second in the elite league and third in the development league. Well done everyone and a big well … Continue reading
This morning Yr.6 were learning about the force of air resistance. Firstly, they tried to fling pieces of paper across the room, they found this to be much harder when the surface area was large as there was air resistance pushing back against the movement. They then considered what could affect the rate of descent … Continue reading
We had a fantastic premiere of our Key Stage 1 nativity this morning to the rest of the school and some parents. Everybody sang, acted and danced beautifully in this re-telling of the first ever Christmas. We look forward to doing it all again tomorrow afternoon…and as door number 13 (as part of Folkestone’s Living … Continue reading
A big thank you to the PTFA who organised such an excellent fair this year. Thank you to all of you who came to support the fair and to the school choirs and dance clubs for providing the evening’s entertainment. You were brilliant as always. It was also lovely to see so many ex pupils.
This week the Ducklings have been reading the traditional tale Little Red Riding hood and talking about good and bad characters. In maths they have been learning about money. We had a healthy living workshop with Coach Baz and Coach Loz where we learnt lots about different food types and how important it is to exercise. … Continue reading
Earlier this term lots of children from our school and across the town entered a writing competition set up by Waterstones bookshop. Louis won the competition with Millie coming in as runner up, a prize they added in as they found it too hard to select only one winner! Well done, what excellent writers we have … Continue reading
Today all of key stage 1 had separate workshops with leaders Baz and Loz on how to stay healthy. We learnt about how important exercise is to stay fit but also what a big part food plays in building muscles and brains. We learnt what foods to eat to make our bodies stronger (protein) and … Continue reading