Year 4 were invited, by Swale in Bloom, to plant poppy seeds in the flower bed on Ypres Drive. We hope to see the beautiful red flowers next year.
Year 4 decorated a net for a 3D shape. Then, they filled their shapes with dried pasta and seeds to create percussion instruments. They investigated how to create different rhythms by shaking and tapping the instruments in a regular pattern.
Forest School have used their brand new fire pit! We have also enjoyed drinking hot chocolate and eating delicious gingerbread men that Cooking Club created with Mrs Hughes.
On Saturday, the boys football team competed in the Minterne football tournament. They played really well in their tournament together. Below are some photos from the competition.
During Term 6, Mr Gladwell, Mrs Andrews, Mrs Hughes and Mr Summerfield took a cricket team over to Sevenoaks for a tournament! The team played superbly and finished 4th! Below are some photos of the event.
Well done for your superb effort during the Race for Life!
Thank you to everyone who was able to join us for our very last express event this academic year! It was wonderful to spend the afternoon with you all and well done to all of the children for their chef making skills.
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
On Tuesday, we took 40 children to the Julie Rose Stadium to compete against 5 other schools in a mini-olympics! Each child did a 70m sprint, 600m run, long jump, vortex throw and a relay. As a school we performed fantastically and managed to finish 2nd! Below are some photos from the event, including our … Continue reading
Year 4 started term 6 by taking part in a Stone Age activity morning. First, we were archaeologists and carefully excavated a range of artefacts. Next, we looked at different cave paintings and created our own designs. We even mixed our own paint using crushed charcoal and oil! Finally, we looked at different Stone Age … Continue reading