Well done to all the children who took part in our Term 3 Spelling Bee Competition. A special well done to Oliver in Year 1 for winning the competition, our second place runner up, Harini & our third place runner up, Ben.
The children in Maple Class used DK Find to research the Amazon Rainforest. They recorded their findings as a mind map.
Miss Searle left us on Friday to start her maternity leave. Good luck from everyone at Kemsley. Enjoy every minute. We look forward to cuddles!
Well done to our Writer of the Week, Lottie & our Maths Master Lola!
Cherry Class were set two challenges, 1. To build the tallest tower from art straws and masking tape. 2. To build the strongest bridge from newspaper and masking tape. The children and adults did a super job, some brilliant problem solving and thinking took place. Thank you for joining us and we will see you … Continue reading
I cannot express how grateful and overwhelmed I was this afternoon when I arrived in school to my surprise baby shower! A huge thank you from myself and the baby for treating us to a wonderful afternoon full of games and laughter. Thank you to everyone who helped contribute towards the gifts, food, games and … Continue reading
Cherry Class enjoyed taking part in the Eco Councils Bird Watching Event. We took our RSPB bird spotting sheet and bird feed to the woodlands; we sat quietly as we watched for birds. We saw Pigeons and Sea Gulls, magpies and Wagtails.
Hello! Children can fill in a questionnaire about their views of the school for Ofsted to review. You can find this questionnaire at: https://ofsted.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/Pupil/10058230 Thank you! Mrs Andrews
Good evening! As you are hopefully now aware, the school will be visited by Ofsted tomorrow (Thursday 14th February). Please can we ask you to complete the Ofsted Parentview online questionnaire if possible. You can find this at: https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/ This needs to be completed by 11am tomorrow morning. Thank you. Mrs Andrews
Well done to the children who took part in the Spelling Bee. Year 5 had some very tough words and the three children who entered worked extremely hard to practise their words. We are very proud of you.