Year 4 and 5 were lucky enough to be asked to sing 3 songs at this years Folkestone Symphony Family Christmas Concert. The setting, the Saga Pavilion, was amazing with lots of sparkly lights! There was a full orchestra who played classical pieces as well as carols. The Conductor was Rupert Bond who told funny jokes … Continue reading
What a fantastic performance from the Ducklings. All the Ducklings looked amazing in their costumes. We have had great fun learning our lines and songs. The children have been learning the nativity story in class.
This morning we enjoyed a game of football in the playground coached by Harry. Everyone joined in and played very well. Owls are becoming very good at their sporting skills as well as playing very fair.
KS2 made their debut performance of ‘A Christmas Presence,’ this morning. They were brilliant showing great acting skills, fabulous solos and excellent humour. They reminded us of the real meaning of Christmas. We look forward to their second performance tomorrow afternoon.
Today, as they always do, the children thoroughly enjoyed a visit from the South Kent Community Church puppeteers. The visitors cleverly retold the story of the Widow’s Mite in a more modern way using human and animal puppets.
Yesterday every class was fortunate enough to have a boogie bounce session. This is a high-tempo exercise in which the children perform energetic manoeuvres whilst trampolining on their own individual trampoline. To make it even harder they worked on keeping in time to the beat of the music. It was great fun.
Last week Yr.6 looked at the force of upthrust. They found that when they weighed things in water they appeared to weigh less than when they were weighed in air this is because the force of upthrust from the water is pushing back against the object. This week they looked at the force of elasticity, … Continue reading
This evening we headed to the Sports Centre to take part in the Shepway Basketball tournament. Everyone played well with some very competitive matches. Well done everyone.
On Friday, Year 3 went to Canterbury. We started off by visiting Eastbridge Hospital on the high street where we watched a short historical play about Thomas Beckett. Then we popped into the Beaney where we had a look at some of the curious things on display! We had a great afternoon out!
Today we held our Christmas Fair, it was a huge success. Thank you to all the PTFA who worked so hard preparing for this event. The dancers and singers entertained us all so well during the fair and everyone seemed to be enjoying the crafts that were there along with the cakes and refreshments. It … Continue reading