Well done to Jamal (yr 5), Evie (yr 5), Natalya (yr 5), Harini (yr 2) & Ben W (yr 4) for reaching your AR target.
Well done to all the members of Art Club for your amazing underwater scenes. Some of the children completed their pictures today & were able to take their creations home.
As one of their 11B411 experiences, Year 1 had the opportunity to cook a healthy meal with Mrs Hughes today. Lots of fun, as well as learning, was had by all in The Snack Shack!
Have you been learning your Spelling Bee words? Do you want to win one of these trophies? Keep practising your spellings to be the proud owner of our champion trophy or one of our runner up throphies.
Year 6 have been working hard during lunchtime today to find some of the books they have read from the 111b411 book list. The lunchtime club is open every Thursday for children from every year group to come and receive their paper copy of the books they have read; remember you will need a parent/ … Continue reading
Its safe to say the children in Art Club, this afternoon, had lots of fun getting messy when painting their deep sea backgrounds. There was blue paint & glitter everywhere, a sign of a good time! Next week we will be creating our starfish. I’m sure their creations are going to look amazing when they … Continue reading
Who will be Kemsley’s first Spelling Bee Winner? If you want to see yourself on our winners board keep practising those spellings. If you have misplaced them, all spellings can be found on our school website. Alternatively, please come & see me for another list of spellings. Mrs Bond
All year groups enjoyed our delicious fruit pots at play time this morning. I’m sure they will look forward to more tomorrow.
Some of Birch Class were lucky enough to help Mrs Hughes in the Snack Shack this afternoon. Look out for their creations on sale tomorrow afternoon!
This afternoon in art club the children learnt about the technique of pointillism. We then used this technique, of painting with dots, to create a picture of a fish. Next week we will create the underwater background for our fish.