Yr.6 had a fantastic day today at the New Scientist Live exhibition. They were able to take part in many hands on science activities and experiments and learnt a lot. These included many types of virtual reality headsets; interacting with and controlling robots; creating drones; building cars which were powered with salt water; driving planes and … Continue reading
Yesterday the whole school had a treat. Doug Horley came with his team to lead a Praise Party with a circus theme. There were some amazing circus tricks, impressive aerial skills and some excellent songs which we will be able to use in worship. We learnt that God loves us even when we mess up. … Continue reading
Yesterday Yr.6 were put through their paces by two coaches from Beyond Limits Bootcamp, the children rotated through a series of activities working on different parts of their bodies. Some of the exercises were very hard. Everyone did their best and had great fun!
Today the Eagles and Owls had a visit from Jane who is a member of the RNLI. Our topics are ‘Superheroes’ (Y2) and ‘Seas and Oceans’ (Y1) so it was great for us to learn about real life heroes and how they save lives on the water. We learned about staying safe when we visit the coast and even … Continue reading
In order to be ‘super’, every hero needs to eat healthily. In Eagles Class we are learning about living healthy lives. This week we tasted a range of ‘superfruits’ and discussed and recorded what we thought about their taste and texture. Now we have learned which foods we need for a healthy diet, we are planning to make something delicious … Continue reading
Today in art club we were let loose with the felt tip pens! We had the tables covered in paper and drew what we thought space looked like. As you can see from the images there was a great deal going on in the galaxy.
This week we have completed our class. The new Ducklings have settled well, with help from the first intake. We have been focusing on getting to know each other, the school and the classroom.
Yesterday Yr.6 enjoyed watching the film version of War Horse. Afterwards we had a debate trying to persuade each other which version was better: the book, the film or the play. There were some great points on each side. We also discussed differences between the versions, why they were there and if they added to … Continue reading
Yesterday the puppet team from South Kent Community came in to lead worship. We learnt about the story of Saul meeting Jesus and his life being transformed. As you can see from their faces the children loved it. It was some of Ducklings first time coming to a whole school worship; we have a lot … Continue reading
This evening was the third week of cycling club; it was a glorious day so we headed down along the sea front. We have some fantastic cyclists and managed to get to the park in Seabrook and back. We even had time to stop for an ice cream!