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
Firstly, we would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who was able to attend term 5’s express event, we all had a wonderful time and it was lovely to be able to showcase what the children have been learning through the term.
On Monday, the girls football team made the long journey to Maidstone to play a match against Westborough School. The girls played 2x 20 minute games and came back to Sittingbourne unbeaten! After going 0-1 early in the first game, Kayla R scored an equaliser late on to earn a deserved draw! In the second … Continue reading
On Wednesday after school, we took a rounders team to compete in the Sittingbourne Rounders tournament! It was a really hotday and with the over 10 schools competing, it was a tough ask to go through to the semi-finals. Unfortunately, we came 3rd in our group and only the top two progressed further. The team … Continue reading
Year 4 had great fun developing their racket skills during our squash lesson this week.
Year 3 and 4 had a visit from one of the most famous villains…. Cruella Deville. We asked her many questions and tried to get better a understanding of why she is so mean, stay clear of her and be sure to keep your puppies safe!
This term our class book is The One Hundred and One Dalmatians. This afternoon we had great fun creating sock puppet characters.
On a cold, chilly Wednesday afternoon; we took 9 children (across 3 year groups) to the Oasis Academy for a cross country tournament! All children ran superbly around rugby pitches, down hills, back up steeper hills, round netball courts and (if they had the energy) a sprint finish on the 3G pitch! Results for each … Continue reading