It has been lovely to see you engaging in our Lent Challenges. You have created some beautiful blessing jars, Lent countdown candles and have started filling in the kindness challenges too. We are really impressed and look forward to seeing next week’s challenges too!
The upper KS2 bubble had treat yesterday as they all got to participate in Tiki time. They asked her to jump, weave, go over tables and bridges, under and through hoops and follow basic obedience tricks such as sit, down, touch and paw. They had great fun and as you can see from the photographs … Continue reading
Congratulations to Oliver in Yr.4 who has achieved his Novice ‘Do More with your Dog’ trick title. To achieve this amazing result, Oliver had to be filmed doing 15 tricks with Tiki. His submission was then sent off to be assessed. They both passed with flying colours – what a team! We are sure you … Continue reading
Yesterday, we held our Christmas service via zoom. It was really lovely. Each class led us in a song telling a different sections of the Christmas story. KS2 shared Bible readings and led us in prayer. We considered different traditions around the world and considered how everyone is celebrating the birth of Jesus and the … Continue reading
Yr.4, 5 & 6 have each performed a section of the play, ‘A New Star.’ The videos from each class are below. We are sure you will agree that the children have worked really hard and produced a lovely version of the story. What a great way to start the Christmas holidays!
Yr.6 made Christingles today for all of KS2. They considered the meaning of each element of the Christingles and will explain this to the rest of the school in our zoom service tomorrow.
Today Yr.6 celebrated Christmas with a party and a lovely Christmas dinner. The party included musical games, a quiz and some balloon popping. Everyone enjoyed it and had lots of fun as you can see from the photos.
To finish off their work on forces Yr.6 headed outside. They looked at reaction forces when using the scoot boards and friction on the different wheel types. They also used the bikes to complete different challenges including a slow bike race! They found that air resistance and friction slowed them down on the bike whilst … Continue reading
As part of their author study on Michael Morpurgo, Yr.6 read the short story ‘Conker.’ Nick, the main character, faces several dilemmas in the book. We used the drama technique of conscience corridors to decide what he should do in each scenario. We also learnt how to play conkers and found it wasn’t as easy … Continue reading
The whole school entered a virtual competition organised by The Shepway School Games. Yr. R and KS1 did a multiskills competition involving jumping, running and throwing. KS2 did five basketball challenges. 2000 children from across Folkestone and Hythe took part in the competition! Everyone did really well a special congratulations goes to the following children … Continue reading