In order to make their jam for Friday’s enterprise fair Year 2, with the help of Mrs Hughes, took full advantage of the new up & running ‘snack shack’. The children thoroughly enjoyed selecting fruit & adding the ingredients needed to make raspberry jam. Maple Class were the first children to use the shack and … Continue reading
Well done Josie for earning the Beverley Fisher Friendship Award in Willow Class! Your continued kindness, thoughtfulness and caring nature have shone through this year. Not only did you win the award in Willow Class you were also selected as the overall winner! You are a shining example of how to be a good … Continue reading
Beech Class had great fun trying out abseiling, climbing wall, archery and the giant swing at PGL today. All the children were extremely brave and exceeded even their own expectations! A fantastic day with fantastic children!
Please see letter below from Rev George. The first date has been moved to the 13th July so it is short notice but if anyone is interested, please do go along! Letter to Mr Hadfield (Choir)
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 Thursday 46 fabulously behaved children enjoyed a fun day at Sheerness beach and sandpit. This was their reward for having amazing attendance for the last academic year.
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!
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!