On Tuesday, we took 40 children to the Julie Rose Stadium to compete against 5 other schools in a mini-olympics! Each child did a 70m sprint, 600m run, long jump, vortex throw and a relay. As a school we performed fantastically and managed to finish 2nd! Below are some photos from the event, including our … 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!
E For ‘World Geography Day’ Willow Class were given the continent North America to research. Mrs Bond decided we would focus on Chicago in the state of Illinois. We located North America on a world map & then found Illinois on a map of the USA. We looked at the different famous buildings of Chicago, … Continue reading
The choir had a fanastic afternoon in London watching Wicked. The children were extremely well behaved and represented the school brilliantly.
Mrs Franks, Miss Searle, Mrs Hughes & I would like to say how extremely proud we are of all the children who came to Kingswood. The behaviour, manners & enthusiasm (particularly in unbearable heat) of each & every child was outstanding. Thank you all for a fantastic, full filled weekend!
Last week, we travelled to Maidstone to compete in a netball tournament. We took the federated team to compete and they were amazing, managing to get to the semi-finals! Overall, we finished 4th, which is an outstanding achievement. A massive thank you to all of the parents that came to support the team.
Last week, we took the Kemsley Football Team to the Maidstone Football Tournament. Drawn in a very competitive group, Kemsley missed out on the semi finals by only one goal! The team performed superbly and were a credit to themselves and the school. A big thank you to the parents that came and cheered the … Continue reading
Oak Class have been busy over the last two weeks making the most of the warm weather. We have enjoyed our sticker chart rewards: exploring the woodland area, exploring the adventure playground, or cooking. We have also enjoyed taking maths outside going on a hunt of beanstalks and measuring them with cubes. We even spent … Continue reading