On Friday we had a really lovely delivery. We send a huge thank you to Ben and the staff from Luben’s and Market Square for the generous donation of food for our school family in this difficult time.
This morning all of Year 4 went to the Three Hills to play in a handball tournament. We haven’t really played before so it was a new sport for many, everyone started improving very quickly which was great to see. I was very proud of the way they persevered, no one gave up trying and … Continue reading
Today Year 4 went to our local Folkestone museum to learn about some of the science involved in the study of history. Following a look around the upstairs museum, we went downstairs to find out more about Anglo Saxons. The children took turns to look at the skeleton of an Anglo Saxon woman and learn … Continue reading
Today we were lucky enough to have a visit from Bishop Rose, the Bishop of Dover. She came to baptise three children and confirm six children. She arrived at school and led worship where she told us all about her childhood in Jamaica and her calling to the priesthood. She chatted to the children as … Continue reading
Lunch today was extra special as all of Year 4 went to Luben’s for pizza. We learnt about the important role yeast has to play in the creation of the dough that is used for the base and how to knead and stretch the base into the correct shape. Next everyone added their toppings before … Continue reading
Today in worship we celebrated Ash Wednesday, initially we talked about which part of the Bible the stories about Jesus’ life could be found. Continuing on, we recapped the story from the previous worship about Lent and how Jesus went into the desert for forty days where the devil tried to tempt Him three times. … Continue reading
Over the last two days Year 4 have made visits to Tudor Lodge to read and chat to the residents. They were pleased to see us and enjoyed spending time with the children.
Dear Parent/ Carer During term 4 we will be covering the following topics: Literacy: We will be studying some of Shakespeare’s work, writing and performing plays and thinking about plots, settings and characters for suspense stories, along with some poetry, reading comprehension and grammar particularly adverbials. Numeracy: We will be looking at dividing 2 and … Continue reading
Year 4 have just had an amazing day, we went to the Saatchi Gallery to see the Tutankhamun exhibition. Although very busy in the galleries, we all enjoyed looking at the artefacts and reading about them learning more about Ancient Egypt and the discovery of King Tut’s tomb. After lunch we attended a workshop where … Continue reading