Last week we made Christmas cards for the residents in Pelham House. We thought we could use our recycling knowledge to do this and so we made our cards by cutting up old used cards to create new ones.
In remembrance of all the soldiers that have fought in wars, Owls made poppies. We coloured them in, cut out the pieces then assembled them using a split pin. They are now on display in our classroom. We learnt about the Road of Remembrance in Folkestone and all the poppies there.
Following our walk round Folkestone to look at the plinths, we made our own. We used some modelling clay to make something to display on our plinths then decorated both our model and plinth. They are currently on display in our classroom and look amazing!
Today in bubble 6B the children planned, designed and collaborated to create an amazing picture of cheer for the coming summer. The finished picture will go to Pelham House for the staff and residents to enjoy.
The Key Worker children have sung a song and written prayers for the residents and staff at Pelham House. you can watch these in the videos below. They loved doing it and are looking forward to when they can visit again. Children from across the have recorded videos of a song from home too, these … Continue reading
Yesterday evening was the last clap for carers. Therefore, the children at Key Worker School wanted to show their appreciation to the staff at Pelham House who have been working so hard to look after the residents there during these troubled times. What enthusiastic clapping!
This week we have started our #Choose Kind challenges. Your kindness shines through – here’s a few photos so far. If you want to join in send your photos to email@example.com
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 term some children from Yr.6 have been attending horse riding club. They have learnt how to start and stop their horses, how to turn and have begun to work on rising trot. The progress from week one was amazing! The children have also learnt basic stable management and parts of the horse. Everyone has … Continue reading
This week we have seen many acts of generosity including bringing in food for our local food bank, thanking their teachers, litter picking, leaving encouraging notes and talking to different people.