A team of 3 boys and 3 girls from year 3 and 4 went to Borden Grammar school on Monday to take part in the Quick Sticks hockey festival run by the Sittingbourne and Sheppey School Sports Partnership. The morning started with a training session led by the young sports leaders, before we took part … Continue reading
We have had an amazing afternoon in Beech Class making Easter cupcakes. Mrs Hughes spent a lot of time making the cakes and getting the decorations together so the children could decorate their cakes.
The results are in! Well done to all the Kemsley gymnastics squad. Year 1 and 2 teams came 3rd and 5th overall Year 3 and 4 team came 7th overall Year 5 and 6 team came 2nd overall Joshua W- bronze medal for vault Victoria A- bronze medal for floor and bronze overall Michaela O- bronze … Continue reading
What an amazing Express Event we had in Year 3 today! We started off with the children singing their song which they recorded at the Recording Studio last week. Next we spent some time doing a carousel of activities, including making our own songs on Garage Band, playing Guess the Musical Instrument quiz on the … Continue reading
Wow! Our hall was packed this afternoon for our express event for the term. A huge thank you to everyone that came along to our WW2 street party, in particular the parents that came in costume! The children enjoyed eating their homemade cakes and sandwiches and also played the ‘happy families’ game they had made … Continue reading
Year 6 are finishing their ‘A Child’s War’ project with a WW2 day today. A huge well done to all the children that came to school in costume – you all look amazing! This afternoon we will be having a street party, complete with homemade sandwiches and cakes.
During our No Pens Day Ash Class had great fun completing a Maths investigation. We had to move different coloured frogs (multilink cubes) from one side of the pond to the other. Only one frog could sit on a lily pad at one time, they could only jump over one frog at a time and … Continue reading
The children were very excited when they realised it was no pens day on Friday, although they assumed we had no work to do, they were soon mistaken! Maple class practised telling the time, made beautiful pictures for our Art books based on the artists Paul Cezanne, rehearsed our church service and learnt about the … Continue reading
It’s not just about Eggs?!… Today Year 5 have had a really informative workshop lead by The Family Trust, which has helped them to get a better understanding of what Easter represents. They took part in role play, danced and watched an animation that gave them more information about the events that are part of … Continue reading
The last few terms have seen a number of pupils receive their “Bronze” award for representing our school in a range of sporting competitions and festivals. Over the next week we will be awarding several more to pupils that have represented us at both the gymnastics and the hockey festival. Recently James in Year 4 received his … Continue reading