Today Ash Class visited The Old Forge Wartime House in Sittingbourne. We had a fantastic time finding out about life in 1943. We learnt that many things were rationed including clothes and food. We also found out about the dangers of the Blitz and had a go at using a stirrup pump. We found out how … Continue reading
Year 4 had great fun creating US landmarks out of Lego and illuminating them with a simple circuit.
We had great fun on our treasure hunt this week. We had to find the postal abbreviations for the fourteen states we will be studying on our road tip across America. Then we found out what the postal abbreviations stood for and located the states on a map.
Ash Class had a brilliant afternoon making castles. Thank you to all parents and carers who took part in our express event.
On Monday afternoon (10th October) we had great fun learning about catapults! First, we predicted which sweet would travel the furthest, we then created our own catapults using lolly sticks, elastic bands and plastic spoons. Finally, we went onto the playground and tested our predictions by firing five different sweets from our catapults! We used rulers to … Continue reading
On Friday the police visited Kemsley. The visiting policeman showed us the contents of the police car, including road traffic signs and a stinger. We even got to sit inside the car and were shown how the siren worked! We also had the chance to try on some of the kit worn by policemen and … Continue reading
On Thursday the children were given a presentation about Dementia, by representatives of Bluebird Care. They were informed about what Dementia is and of how it affects some people; the children listened beautifully throughout the talk. I hope they will wear their Dementia Friend’s Badge with pride, knowing how a little care and attention goes a long … Continue reading
Ash Class had fun looking inside an ambulance and examining the equipment used by paramedics.
We had great fun completing the Mini Mudder challenge this afternoon!
Ash Class have had great fun designing and creating their own Norman helmets and drawbridges.