November 2018

Upthrust

In Science Yr.6 have been looking at forces.  They have learnt that forces are measured in Newtons named after Isaac Newton.  They have used Newton meters to weigh objects and have found that objects appear to weigh less in water as upthrust is pushing against gravity.  This means the resultant downwards force is less.  They Continue reading

Worship Leaders

We now have six worship leaders in yr.6 who are going to lead worship once a week.  Each week they will work to plan and prepare the worship based on the theme of the week and will then lead worship on Tuesday mornings. The worship leaders led their first worship for KS2 yesterday.  The theme Continue reading

Jesus The Light

This morning Dave Barker returned to guide our Worship. He talked about the Trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and about how God created us all in His image. Dave also explained more about how Jesus was sent to be the Light of the World, showing us all the way and staying bright even Continue reading

Folkestone Art Bike

KS 2 were fortunate enough to have Jim Lockey from the Mobile Comic Factory, come into classes to do workshops over the last two weeks. We joined the project called the Folkestone Art Bike, which is travelling to various primary schools for the bike to become a living piece of artwork. During the workshop the Continue reading

Sports Fun Day

Today Ducklings went to The Three hills to take part in a reception fun Day.  They were able to try lots of mini sports activities. As you can see form the photos we had lots of fun.

Bonfire Night

This term we are learning all about celebrations. In week one Ducklings have been busy learning all about the celebration of bonfire night and how to stay safe. The children have led their own learning, we have seen:- paintings of fireworks, straw blowing pictures, writing bonfire night words, firework pictures created on the computers, fire Continue reading

Is it hot or cold?

Today in science, Year 4 were thinking about temperature. For one minute we held one finger from each hand in a cup of water. One cup contained hot water and the other cold. Both fingers were then plunged in to room temperature water, the same cup of water felt hot to one finger but cold Continue reading

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