We did our family Worship on the subject of negative peer pressure and the difficulties faced by some teenagers. The story involved one person deciding to contact a couple of friends for a small party. Using modern technology for texting the news about a party soon spreads. There are seven sets of friends all going to the party. In … Continue reading
We have been to The Quarterhouse in Tontine Street to watch a shortened version of A Comedy Of Errors originally written by William Shakespeare and adapted for children. The story is about two sets of twins each getting separated shortly after birth and then finding their siblings later in life, which causes lots of confusion. It … Continue reading
Our class had a great time working with Graham and Hannah acting out some of the scenes from the Narnia book The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe and then joining in with Godly play making links between the book and the Easter story. .
Year 4 went to the Church to look for specific features of a Christian Church. We saw a Font positioned near the door to welcome new Christians to the Church. . Children took turns to go up into the Pulpit to gaze over the pews and to kneel at the Altar and wonder at the decorative stained … Continue reading
Year 4 have studied Judaism as part of our RE lessons. . We used a Yad to point to a Torah and looked at other resources to aid our learning.
We enjoyed having Kic Theatre in to help us with our drama skills.
On Friday 7th November 98 children from KS2 attended the West End touring show of Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat in Tonbridge. We have been looking at the story of Joseph in worship and considering how God was with him through all his trials and tribulations. The show was amazing and really helped the children … Continue reading
Yr.4, 5 and 6 went to Boulogne as part of a joint project with Folkestone Town Council. The children had an excellent, informative day. The day started with a tour of Boulogne with tour guides telling us interesting historical facts about the sites and the links Boulogne has with Folkestone. We then spent some time in the … Continue reading