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Yr.6 Carol Service

This morning Yr.6 headed to St Mary and St Eanswythe’s church for the Mayor’s Carol Service. Alongside Yr.6 children from across Folkestone they sung carols and listened to readings, prayers and poems telling the Christmas story. The mayor talked to us about being kind to others as Jesus taught us to do. There was some Continue reading

Gingerbread Houses

As their art topic this term, Yr.6 worked to design and make gingerbread houses from scratch. They really enjoyed the project and we’re sure you will agree that the finished articles look great. We hope they taste as good as they look!

Yr.6 War Horse Trip 2

This morning the other half of yr.6 went to The Alkham Valley Community Centre for their War horse workshop. They were able to participate in a riding lesson, experience driving a carriage and grooming a horse. They also met a seven month old foal and looked at tack and harnesses. It was great fun for Continue reading

War Horse Artwork

In the film adaptation of the book ‘War Horse’ there are some stunning sunset scenes with silhouettes of the horses. Today Yr.6 creates their own sunsets using a water colour wash and added silhouettes to these. We’re sure you’ll agree that they have created some beautiful scenes.

Trampolining Club

This term twelve children from Yr.6 have taken part in trampolining club at The Sports Centre. They have learnt how to do seat drops, swivel hips, front drops, back drops, sequences involving twists and are working on their somersaults. They have really enjoyed it and improve each week.

Gold at Water Polo Competition

Today two teams of children from Yr.5 and Yr.6 headed to the Sports Centre to take part in a water polo competition. Everyone played really well. With the Penguin team finishing joint fourth with Christchurch and the Otters coming first and winning the trophy. It was a very close competition which was finally decided in Continue reading

War Horse Trip – Group 1

Today was the first of our amazing ‘War Horse’ based trips. Half of Yr.6 went to the Alkham Valley Community Project where they were able to participate in workshops which brought the book to life. Everyone was able to ride a horse, ride in a carriage and give commands to the horse, look at collars, Continue reading

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