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Tiki – Spring Term 3

This term Tiki has expanded her reading skills by accompanying the children to Pelham House Residential home each week.  Here she listens to the children read and enjoys meeting the residents.  Each group of children are then able to walk her back to school.  The sessions have been enjoyed by everyone!  There is also a Continue reading

Painting Shells

In ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’, Michael and Kensuke use octopus ink to paint on shells. Yr.6 tried to replicate this using ink and very fine brushes to paint creatures from the story onto shells. They found it to be quite tricky but created some excellent designs.

Rocksteady Music School

On Thursday the whole school had a treat as Matt from Rocksteady Music came in to demonstrate the different instruments in a rock band. He showed us the different sounds you could make with a keyboard, electric drum kit, electric guitar and your voice. It was great fun and lots of children were inspired to Continue reading

Worship Leaders Hold a Quiz!

The worship leaders wrote their own quiz on our school Bible story about Zacchaeus. They put all of KS2 into their four houses, each with a team champion. The children discussed their answers in teams and the champion gave in the answers. There were some tricky questions and the children showed some amazing knowledge. 

Wingham Trip

To finish off their work on Kensuke’s Kingdom and as part of their Science work on adaptation Yr.6 headed to Wingham today. They had an amazing time seeing a wide range of animals and participating in talks about orangutans, gibbons, red pandas, tigers, penguins, lemurs and chimpanzees. They had some great questions and learnt a Continue reading

Inauguration of Our New Vicar

Yesterday was an exciting evening as it was the inauguration of our new vicar,  Reverend John Walker.  It was a lovely service led by Bishop Rose. Our amazing FESIC choir sung brilliantly as part of the service. There were children representing St Eanswythe’s, Castle Hill, St Peter’s, St Mary’s and Christchurch. Everyone represented their schools Continue reading

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