As the end of the school year approaches, we have once again held our annual “Creative exhibition” for the families of pupils at Kemsley. Thank you to all those who came along to look at our Art learning journals and also the work we have done as part of the “BBC Ten pieces” and the … Continue reading
On Thursday, the Girls and Boys Federated Football teams made the long journey from Sittingbourne to Essex to compete in the Hornchurch Football Tournament. The boys tried their best, but were up against some quality individuals and eventually lost their final games on penalties. The girls, however, played fantastically well as a team and in … Continue reading
A lot of muddy fun is being had by all at PGL, the following pictures are proof! Apologies, that some blog posts will come up with the photos not correctly orientated,not all devices allow pictures to be rotated before uploading, to ensure the pictures are uploaded as soon as I receive them, I use … Continue reading
Year 3 and 4 were extremely lucky to be provided with the opportunity to be taught by one of the best dance groups around, Urban Strides! The the children were resilient and positive about sending the afternoon with Lee. Well done to everyone, it was wonderful to see you so enthusiastic.
So far this term we have taken part in lots of fun activities at Forest School. We found some amazing wildlife including a lizard, a Speckled Wood butterfly and a frog! A hotel for insects. We built our own den. We created our own garden using a wooden pallet, we planted wild flowers and vegetables. … Continue reading
Year 4 had great fun today trying to find out if custard is a liquid or a solid!
Year 4 had great fun on Monday searching for their perfect Harry Potter wands.
Year 4 had lots of fun creating rain clouds using shaving foam and blue food colouring.
Half of Year 4 had great fun today with our students from SCC; practising their punching and skipping. I’m looking forward to seeing how the rest of the class get on tomorrow.
Ash Class had great fun today in their Spellings session. Ten words in envelopes were hidden around the school which the children had to find out. They all enjoyed learning their spelling pattern in this way.