On Thursday we had our Easter Service. The children helped us to think about the real meaning of Easter through songs and readings. Yr.5 accompanied songs with their amazing djembe drumming, there were beautiful harmonies and solos from several of the children and some excellent dancing from KS1 and Yr.3. Thank you to Mrs Brookes who worked … Continue reading
To culminate their work on the book ‘Fuzzy Mud’ by Louis Sachar Yr.6 made Fuzzy Mud slime. As slime is very popular at the moment, we have some ‘slime experts’ in our class. Each table had their own ‘slime expert’ who led the creation of the Fuzzy Mud. Some were more successful than others but everyone … Continue reading
With Spring finally here and Easter on the way, Eagles and Owls enjoyed a trip down to the Coastal Park to hunt for chocolate eggs. We managed to find all of the eggs. There were over 200 altogether and they were delicious! As the weather was so lovely, we also had chance to visit the … Continue reading
Yesterday, we played the final match in the group stages of the Herald Cup. It was against Saltwood Primary School and was a close match with evenly matched teams. We won from a penalty kick by Oliver. This result means we will go through to the quarter finals which will be held after Easter. Well done … Continue reading
We celebrated Easter with a creative day today. The children went around the school stopping at seven stations of the cross. At each station they learnt about a part of the Easter story and considered its importance and relevance to their lives today. They also were able to take part in seven crafts to consolidate … Continue reading
Yesterday in Science, Year 4 carried out tests to find out which surface had the most friction. To do this they had three different surfaces on boards which they used to create ramps for their car. The children then tested how high one end of the ramp needed to be to make the car move … Continue reading
This afternoon we ended this term’s Science lesson with an investigation about what makes ice melt. We looked at some real icebergs on the internet and discovered that there is more that sits under the water than is seen on the surface. We also discussed what would make an ice berg melt, apart from heat. … Continue reading
Yesterday was the third Herald cup game for the school team against Churchill. It was a very tense game with great skill showed by both teams. With ten minutes to go we were 4-2 down. The determination and drive of the players shone through as they strived to equalise. Well done everyone, your perseverance paid off!
On Thursday we entered two teams into the Shepway School Games Girls’ Football Tournament. It was great fun, the girls played seven matches in a round robin tournament. Both our teams played really well showing some brilliant skills and sportsmanship. The blue team didn’t loose a game!The red team won two of their games and drew … Continue reading
This week we have been investigating pitch and musical instruments in science. We made ‘flute straws’ and musical bottles.