Year 6 drama group had a ‘Theatre Experience’ at the Quarterhouse Theatre. We learnt about the sound and lighting from the technician and walked on ‘the grid’ which runs above the auditorium. We selected lighting effects for our performance ‘The Bench’. The Bench was written by the drama group and evolved differently with every rehearsal … Continue reading
Today it was year 4’s turn to enjoy drama with Kic Theatre. The session was based around Tudor times and everyone loved pretending to be some of the characters from history as well as finding out even more about the Tudors.
During this week Year 4 did their fundraising for Kenya, they carried out an icecream sale which was very popular. They worked hard on their advertising posters and we raised £157.40.
Children in Year 4 worked in groups today to create some super Tudor Roses using tissue paper. The finished roses look amazing and required great teamwork and perseverance.
Today Year 4 have enjoyed a great day at Wingham Wildlife Park. We were particularly lucky with the weather. Everyone had a lovely day and behaved very well, we had members of the public congratulate us on the kindness of our children at the play area.
Year 4 had lots of fun at tobogganing and on Skywalk. The continual rain was a challenge, but the children persevered for a very long time in the wet conditions. I was proud to be out with such well behaved children. Although cold and extremely wet, they didn’t moan or complain. Well done Year 4. … Continue reading
The children have really enjoyed doing their Tudor play and the Tudor song.
Today Yr 4 were awarded medals for their great running in a recent cross country activity. The children had to run for a distance of 800m. Some children really enjoyed the whole thing, others did seem to be running out of steam as they neared the end, however they persevered and the satisfaction on their … Continue reading
Both Years 3 and 4 have been participating in four different golf activities, Grand National, Tunnel Ball, Zone Ball and Go For Green. The children used chipper clubs to do the games that required the ball to gain height and putters for activities involving accuracy along the ground. Points were earned by hitting particular coloured … Continue reading
Today in science Year 4 tested to see which would melt quickest two giant chocolate buttons or a much larger ice cube. The children really enjoyed using a large tealight candle as a heat source and were amazed to see the different outcomes. The ice melted more slowly compared to the chocolate that started to … Continue reading