Year 5 had some friends in today!
An amazing piece of homework from Phoebe! Well done!
Last week years 5 and 6 were lucky enough to take part in a pantomime workshop. Robert Pearce from Those Magic Beans theatre company came into school to play some pantomime themed games to encourage teamwork and talk to the children about the traditions of pantomime. If you want to see Robert in panto this … Continue reading
As part of our Frozen Kingdom Topic, Year 5 have been planning and producing their own pieces of Inuit Art. Here they are hard at work!
About Kent Music Summer School 2016 Kent Music Summer School (KMSS) is a series of residential music courses for young musicians, held each July at the beautiful Benenden School near Cranbrook, Kent. Their purpose is to give students aged between 8 – 19 the opportunity to join in concentrated ensemble playing and singing, away from … Continue reading
No apologies are being made for the grainy photo taken by CCTV in the Kemsley Primary School Office, it provided Birch Class with the final, vital piece of evidence which ensured Mrs George was found guilty of the crime. Last Friday lunchtime, items belonging to Ms Coomber went missing from the staffroom, with the police … Continue reading
Year 5 are lucky enough to be involved in a music workshop this afternoon. The children are currently marching around in circles, clapping and stomping! Watch out for updates later on in the day when they have finished their compositions…
This time of year we start to look forward to what might be around the corner and the new challenges on our horizon. Before we get into that though, I thought it would be a good idea for you to reflect on all the amazing things you’ve been up to this year! What a talented … Continue reading
Here are a few pictures from our amazing trip to the Houses of Parliament on Friday. We were incredibly lucky to visit when there were no MPs around which meant we could go inside the House of Commons and the House of Lords. These pictures show Birch class demonstrating what they already know about democracy … Continue reading
It’s not just about Eggs?!… Today Year 5 have had a really informative workshop lead by The Family Trust, which has helped them to get a better understanding of what Easter represents. They took part in role play, danced and watched an animation that gave them more information about the events that are part of … Continue reading