This term some children from Yr.6 have been enjoying trampolining club. The children learnt to do seat drops, swivel hips, front drops and back drops. They learnt how to combine these movements into routines and some even managed front somersaults. Well done everyone!
Tiki has had a lovely term. She has achieved her bronze Good Citizen Dog Scheme Award, had her first Christmas party, been to the beach for the first time, been in her first nativity play and had many other first Christmas experiences. Thank you so much for all her Christmas presents, some of which feature … Continue reading
Parents of Year 3 Dear Parents Happy New Year and welcome to the first half of the Spring Term. Below are some details of what we will be covering this term. Most aspects of the curriculum will be taught through topic teaching. Our main topic will continue to be the Romans as we discover even … Continue reading
Dear Parent/ Carer During the first half of the Spring term, year 4 will be joined by a trainee teacher who is in his third year of training. We will be covering the following topics: Literacy: This term we will be reading How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell as a whole class and … Continue reading
Recently we celebrated the work the children had put in on their independent learning topic of Christmas. Winners from each class were invited to show their work to the rest of the school.
On Thursday KS2 had their party. They celebrated Christmas with circle games and musical games. There was some excellent team work and great dancing on display. The afternoon was finished off with party food. Great fun was had by all.
On Friday we held our Carol Service. The children walked us through the Christmas story through songs, music and readings. There were some beautiful solos, clever musical compositions and amazing performances from each class. What a lovely way to end the term! A big thank you to Mrs Brookes for organising the service, Reverend Langlands … Continue reading
As part of their work on Michael Morpurgo Yr.6 took part in conscience corridors. At different events in the story ‘Conker’ the main character Nick had to make decisions about what to do. Yr.6 used conscience corridors to consider his options!
Last week we welcomed back the puppet team from South Kent Community Church who led our worship looking at the life of Daniel. We learnt that he stood true to his beliefs even when it was difficult. As you can see everyone loved it.