Year 5 and 6 had an amazing time on Tuesday when they took part in a steel drumming workshop. The children learnt to play the drums brilliantly and then finished the day by performing to the rest of the school.
We couldn’t be more proud of the new year 6 children who received their new green fleeces today. Big smiles all round, from children and staff! We look forward to seeing them ‘lead the way and set the example’ over the coming academic year.
A brilliant performance by Year 6. They had the audience totally enthralled throughout. There were laughs, sighs, tears and sobs. What a fantastic show to end the year!
Mrs George was feeling ever confident this year as she watched the children start coming into school with a pattern mixture of elastic bands on their wrists! Loom bands! That’s what the children called them, in that instant she knew how Year 6 were going to make their ‘millions’ at this years … Continue reading
This delightful dwelling is a hotel, designed and built by Year 6, to welcome the multitude of mini beasts which roam the grounds of Kemsley Primary Academy. Carefully chosen menus, such as mouldy apple cores, banana skins and salad leaves, delight the crawling visitors each day. Each day a register of the guests is taken, so … Continue reading
A huge thank you to all the year 5 and 6 parents that came to our medieval banquet this week. The children had a great time cooking and eating all the food and it was lovely to see our school hall so full!
On Thursday 20th March, Kemsley took on Greenfields at their school grounds in Maidstone. Many of the football team were anxious, nervous and apprehensive in fear that they might not be able to equal the excellent results seen on Friday 14th March at Kemsley. The team played superbly, in the bitter wind and the score … Continue reading
Congratulations to all our poets who have had their poems chosen to feature in the Monster Poetry – Kent & Surrey Edition. They are……. from Year 3 – Frankey, Ashley, Ronnie, Phoebe, Teddy, Joshua and Jacob. from Year 4 – Breanne, Alex and Jessica. from Year 5 – Ben, Shannon and Jeff. from Year 6 – … Continue reading
My favourite part of the Gallery Rebels project was the CSI Investigation because I like to solve problems and it was fun at the same time. We had to use Chromatography to find out who had stolen a famous painting. As we added water to the writing the ink began to spread and a variety … Continue reading
Year 5 and 6 were challenged to create K’nex fishing rods to catch K’nex fish during our K’nex challenge on Friday 6th December!