These are the words of our very own Macey, one of the Queen’s 90th Birthday Cake Finalists for Kent. Today, Macey took her beautiful cake to County Hall, Maidstone to be judged by Lady De L’ Isle, wife of the Lord Lieutenant of Kent and Rosemary Shrager. There were thirteen schools that made todays final; … Continue reading
Willow Class spent the morning learning about key events from 1991 to 1999. We then made timelines and mind maps which showed the history of the decade.
As part part of our British Values Week Kemsley held their very own ‘Kemsley’s Got Talent’ show. One act from each class took part to show off all their hidden talents! Well done to all those children who took part! A huge thank you also to the wonderful audience!
Year 6 have started the new term with some fantastic artwork for our topic ‘Off with Her head!’ A big thank you to Mrs Melrose and Mrs Woolley for creating a masterpiece with the Henry VIII work.
Year 3 and year 6 paired up today to start off our British Values week. We looked at iconic British structures and then worked in mixed groups to recreate a structure of our choice, after planning and designing what we wanted to make. Can you guess what they are? The whole school finished the … Continue reading
13th Sittingbourne Summer Music Course 2016 Minterne Junior School Monday July 25th – Friday July 29th 9.15am – 3.30pm daily String Coaches include Julie Moore, Miles Attwell, Kate Coles & Derek Boyne Resident Wind Quintet coached by Sheila Wyver Orchestral Repertoire depending on applicants, but to include Beethoven 5th Symphony, Elgar Pomp … Continue reading
ANDREW PARRY’S ROCK SCHOOL @ MAIDSTONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL MAIDSTONE BEGINNER – YEARS 3-6 MONDAY 25TH & TUESDAY 26TH JULY INTERMEDIATE – YEARS 7-10 WEDNESDAY 27TH – FRIDAY 29TH JULY ADVANCED – YEAR 10+ MONDAY 1ST – FRIDAY 5TH AUGUST @ MAIDSTONE REHEARSAL STUDIOS EAST KENT @ COMMUNITY COLLEGE WHITSTABLE BEGINNER – … Continue reading
Willow Class tried a range of different foods and drinks that were produced and popular in the 1990s. We tried Oasis, Milky Way Stars, Millons and Vienetta Ice Cream. We then watched an advert for Pizza Bagels that were also produced during this decade, afterwards we made a Bagel Pizza of our own.
Willow Class enjoyed pairing up with Ash Class on Monday to design and create iconic British buildings… We made Big Ben, The London Eye and The Sheppey Crossing out of ‘junk’.
On Tuesday, we held a very posh afternoon tea for children and their parents. Throughout the day, each class worked hard to create some fantastic cakes including a carrot cake, chocolate rice crispy cakes and honey and cinnamon biscuits. Thank you to everyone who helped make this event wonderful.