Hythe Bay Primary school invited us to bring our girls’ football team to play a friendly match at their pitch. It was an excellent game with both teams showing some great skills and good sportsmanship. The teams were equally matched. Unfortunately, we lost 1-0 due to an accidental penalty. Well done to everyone who played … Continue reading
Yesterday, as part of their Science topic on chemical reactions Yr.6 made elephant toothpaste. As you can see the reaction was quick and powerful. They also used indoor fireworks and found that all of these reactions were chemical changes and were therefore irreversible.
Yesterday, as part of their topic on ‘People who help us’ Ducklings worked to save playmobil people from some very sticky situations! It was very messy but they managed to save everyone! They also looked at the importance of washing their hands which they did between each activity. Ducklings also enjoyed role playing helping others … Continue reading
This week Yr.6 have been writing scripts based on the Greek myth ‘Thesues and the Minotaur.’ In Ancient Greece plays were narrated by a chorus who sung the story. Year 6 also did this, some of them managed to weave some modern day songs to create a point, others wrote their own to well known tunes. … Continue reading
In Numeracy today Yr.6 enjoyed playing a board game. In order to progress round the board they needed to answer questions involving negative number which included, ordering , adding, subtracting, finding the difference and reading scales.
Today all of the classes were given a talk about fire safety. Chris, a fire-fighter and community educator, reminded us of the dangers of matches and lighters and of the importance of smoke alarms. The children were taught about the STOP DROP and ROLL procedure as well as how and when to call the fire brigade. There … Continue reading
Dave Barker from Cheriton Baptist Church led us in our Worship today. He taught us about how God knows the correct path for each of us to follow.
Yr.6 burnt stamp sized pieces of flammable materials today. They found that if anything burned it was a chemical and irreversible reaction. They then looked at fire safety which will be followed up by the talk from the fire officers tomorrow.
The Ducklings enjoyed their trip to the fire station. We enjoyed a tour of the engines, we got to ride in the fire engines and have a go on the hose! It was a very exciting trip, it finished off with a real – life call out.
This week, Eagles Class shared a reflective storytelling (Godly Play) session together. The children heard the story of ‘The Lost Sheep’ told in a visual style with props. The story was followed with some ‘wondering questions’ about the Good Shepherd and his flock. We then had some time to respond to the story through art … Continue reading