The theme of this week’s worship was our value of the term, compassion. Our worship leaders downloaded an excellent video retelling of the story of the Good Samaritan. They then used effective questioning to draw out the meaning of the story and to apply it to our lives.
Yr.6 have been studying the book, ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’ by Michael Morpurgo. Michael is stranded on an island with a war veteran called Kensuke. Kensuke teaches Michael to paint on shells using octopus ink. Yr.6 used ink to represent some of the creatures he would have seen on the island on large clam shells. Its not … Continue reading
Mr Brinkley looked at the story of the Good Samaritan, using the rival football teams Arsenal and Chelsea. The children considered who they expected to help and who was the good neighbour. They then considered who they wanted to be like in the story.
Reverend Bob Weldon comes in to lead worship on a weekly basis. This week we were looking at our value of the term, compassion. Reverend Bob used a modern version of the parable of the Good Samaritan set in Folkestone and encouraged us to think about how we can be a Good Samaritan to those … Continue reading
This week all of KS2 were fortunate enough to attend Folkestone Book festival at the Quarterhouse twice! On Tuesday they listened to the author Gillian McClure. Gillian used her book Selkie as the inspiration and then created a story using ideas and comments from the audience. We then heard her original version. On Wednesday Piers … Continue reading
Last week Tiki passed her Bronze Good Citizen Award. Some children presented her with her rosette and certificate in worship on Friday and shook her paw to congratulate her! In Tiki’s test she had to do the following things: Walk to heel including turns Wait at a gate for her owner to go through then … Continue reading
This week we have been building compressed air mono-rails. We have investigated how compressed air can be used to power things, as part of our learning about gases around us. Here are some images of this investigation: