What a great time we had at our Express Event this term. The children were all very nervous to perform their Uptown Funk dance to their parents, but they ALL put on a fantastic show 🙂 We also had a great time tasting different hotdog toppings. Most children enjoyed ketchup, however, mustard was not a … Continue reading
Well, what a fabulous day we had today in Beech Class! Mrs Sheldon worked extremely hard to make all the children (and some adults) a delicious pancake. We LOVED eating them!
Year 3 have been working all term to create some fantastic dances. Here are some pictures of their amazing moves.
We had lots of fun in Year 3 searching for the different states, which were hidden in envelopes around the classroom. The children had to match the state to the correct number and record the Native tribe.
The children in year 3 worked extremely hard to rehearse and perfect their version of the X Factor – The Xmas Factor. I want to say a HUGE well done to all the children who took part, you were fabulous!
Beech Class have transformed their book area into a fantastic den with a space theme. We have got some glittery stars and twinkly fairy lights to give it a cosy feel to read in. We now have a I Love Reading box, in which the children can write down their favourite books and place in … Continue reading
The children in year three and four had the shock of their lives when Cruella De Vil showed up in Beech Class!! The children were able to ask her questions and quiz her on her villainous ways. Look out for the work we will produce based on Cruella’s visit.
Thank you to all the parents who were able to support their childrens learning, taking part in some of our Gods and Mortals learning. We started to make our papier-mâché heads of the minotaur and the children were able to share their books with their parents.
Ash and Beech Classes visited The Julie Rose Stadium at Ashford to try out many athletic activities, linked with their learning about the Olympic Games in their topic Gods and Mortals. The first part of the day saw us having a group warm up followed by our groups trying long jump, sprinting, soft hammer, 400 … Continue reading
Both Ash and Beech Class made figures out of natural materials with the help of Amicus Horizon, ready to be displayed on their stand at the Kent County Show next month at The Detling Showground. Visitors to the show can vote for their favourite and a prize has been promised for the most popular figure.