Oak class have been taking part in the daily mile. We are all managing to do one lap and we are building up to the full three laps. Today we saw some great resilience and friendship. Well done Oak class!
This week was the last week of gymnastics club and to celebrate all the gymnasts hard work we held a competition in the hall. Parents and relatives were invited to watch the children perform the routine they have learnt over the 8 weeks. The routine demonstrated some of the techniques and skills they have learnt … Continue reading
Last week Year 3 and 4 traveled by train into Sittingbourne to visit Fulston Manor School. The purpose of our trip was to see a live music performance of music from around the world. Not only did we get the opportunity to hear a live orchestra, we also found out about different styles of music … Continue reading
So many amazing experiences and memories made at Kingswood. From environmental art to the 3G swing, problem solving to outdoor laser and fencing. We packed so much into the weekend!
I was lucky enough to attend the annual summer show for AJ’s Academy of Dance and Drama on Sunday. This took place at The Hazlitt Theatre in Maidstone and the two performances were very well attended by friends and family of the pupils. A number of pupils from Kemsley attend the dance school and all … Continue reading
As part of Sports relief day the children in Oak class collaborated to build an obstacle course in the garden. We had great fun practising our balancing and jumping!
Oak class enjoyed a visit from some farm animals as an end of term treat. We met a lamb, some chicks and even some hedgehogs! This visit was the perfect end to our learning project this term. Thank you to the PTA for arranging this for us!
The children in Oak class and Cherry class have continued to enjoy their story telling sessions at school. Here are some of the stories that some of our youngest pupils have told recently. “The king and the queen and the dogs and cats and the frogs walked to the jungle. Then they … Continue reading
Oak class had great fun on Thursday exploring the woodland area. Whilst we were having fun we were developing our speaking and listening skills, together with our physical and maths skills. We can’t wait to go down there again to learn through nature!
On Tuesday 18th October at 9am I will be running an informal session for Early Years parents, to introduce the “Tapestry” on line learning journals that we use in the nursery and reception classes. If you have any questions or you are unsure of how the system works, then please feel free to drop in … Continue reading