Mrs Hines

Town Council Football

Today we entered a team into the Folkestone Town Council Football Tournament. Our team, which consisted of players taken from years 5 and 6, played very well together many swapping positions between forwards, midfield, defenders and goal keeper.  We reached the semi final which sadly we lost, but then went on to win the play-offs Continue reading

Harvest Festival

Today we celebrated Harvest Festival in church. We learnt about how lots of food is grown from seeds but that we cannot grow a car or an Xbox from a seed. We also discussed how other foods like biscuits are created from ingredients that grow. This all lead us onto how we can grow seeds Continue reading

Cricket Tournament

Although it was very windy, some of Year 6 had a great time participating in the Folkestone council cricket tournament. The scores were very close and we came in third place overall winning some very nice medals. All the children showed super sportsmanship and behaved extremely well. It was a pleasure to be out with Continue reading

Knowledge and Action Worship

It was very exciting in Worship today, we learnt  how important it is to have some knowledge and act on it. When knowledge and action are put together we can all make a difference. We saw some very skilful riding of a unicycle and an amazing reaction when two liquids were added together, one representing Continue reading

Tudor Rose

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.

Wingham

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.

Yr4 Tobogganing and Skywalk

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

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