The Eco Council were amazed when we found out that Mr Kmietowicz had nominated us for a community project within Waitrose in Aylesford. We are developing the courtyard outside Nursery into a community garden and Mr Kmietowicz thought it a lovely idea to help us raise some funds for the area. The Eco Council shared some of … Continue reading
Well done to all the children in years 1 – 6 who took part in the diversity poetry competition today. All entries will be sent to Premier League Primary Stars. After reading through the poems in each year I’m certain we have some winners! Well done all!
A huge thank you to everyone who supported our art exhibition after school, the children were all thrilled that they were able to share their incredible work with you as well as extremely encouraging and persuasive with helping you make your decision whether or not to purchase their work.
Last week we travelled twice to Maidstone for two football tournaments on Thursday (Boys) and Friday (Girls). The competition was fierce on both occasions and we were unlucky not to progress further. A massive well done to all of the children that participated and the parents/carers that came to support.
On Friday, we travelled over to Maidstone to compete in the Richard Young tournament. Taking an incredibly young team over to Maidstone, they proved that age is no barrier and came second!
Some of our year 6 children took part in a bake off this week… The prize was to be entered into the Kent Young Cooks competition. As you can see, the standard was incredibly high! Quite a few of our staff enjoyed ‘testing’ the produce! Our winners (Oliwia and Freya) have been entered into the … Continue reading
Well done one to the children in Maple & Beech Class who took part in the tag rugby festival this afternoon. All the children participated in rugby activities before taking to the pitch to play head to head games against other schools in the area. An excellent effort was displayed by all!
Last Saturday, we travelled over to Minterne for the annual boys football tournament. Drawn in a difficult group of Iwade, Bobbing and Minterne; we finished second in our group and only needed one more goal to progress through to the semi-finals. The boys performed fantastically and the support from all that attended was much appreciated.
Orchestra ONE… the Orchestra of New Experiences…. is a large ensemble for young musicians between the ages of 8 and 18. Members of Orchestra ONE come from a wide range of musical backgrounds and create their own original music during each four day project. Every project offers a new experience influenced by changing themes, collaborations … Continue reading
Well done Maple Class, along with Sycamore Class, for earning the highest attendance this week. Mrs Woolley & I are extremely proud of you all! Reggie is safely positioned in the classroom; ready to help you with your learning next week.