Green Flag Award

At the end of Term 6, our school was awarded the Green Flag. Our current Year 6 children worked extremely hard last year to encourage everyone to look after our world and our school. The children carried out weekly litter picks, emptied and checked recycling bins to ensure we were recycling the…

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Book club

Thank you for another lovely book club this week. We really enjoyed hearing about you favourite books and authors. Next week bring a scary book, witches and wizards is the theme,

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Day 2 Year 5 residential

Well, another amazing day on the farm! After a great nights sleep we began the day with a stroll to the meadow to observe the humane mammal catchers to see if we had been lucky and we had been ! The children looked at a field mouse, a short tailed vole and a shrew. We then had a tour of the farm…

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Year 6 colour pastels drawings

Year 6 have been practising their observational drawing skills and working from cultural objects from around the world. The objects included masks from Africa and Indonesia as well as puppets from South-East Asian countries. Within our gallery below you will see Year 6 pupils' large (A2)…

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Year 5 Residential

Year 5 have enjoyed their first day at Bore Place. We have completed orienteering where we explored the grounds, made our own pizzas where we picked our own vegetables and salad from the garden, had a camp fire and set humane mammal traps for the night which we will look at in the morning. All…

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Cultural objects from around the world - bamboo reed pens

Throughout term 1, Year 6 have been practising their observational drawing skills and working from cultural objects and photographs of cultural objects. They have explored both large and small scale as well as considering the cultural significance of objects and discussing how they were acquired…

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Tennis Superstars

During terms 5 and 6 children from all year groups took part in the Canterbury schools games tennis skills challenge. Of the 2 activities set for each year group we had children finish in the top 3 across all years. Well done and congratulations to those gold, silver and bronze medallists.

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Sports Crew Training

On Tuesday 28th September, Mrs Langsden took the Year 5 Sports Crew for their training at Canterbury Academy. We choose a new Crew every year and they help with anything to do with sport in school, e.g. help organise virtual events, give instructions to other children for whole school events and…

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Book club

We had a lovely session at KS2 book club this week. We brought in our favourite animal books and created new front covers for them. We also explained why we had chosen our books. Next week could you bring a favourite book and be able to tell us why it is your favourite? Thank you .

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Creed Experience

Last week year 4 enjoyed a fantastic trip to Creed Outdoor Adventure Centre. We were looked after by leaders Paul, Kelly and Kate. We were able to try out lots of new experiences such as making fire; the climbing wall and balance beam; archery; den building; sensory trail; a team building course…

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Billy and the Beast

Inspired by the class reading book, ‘Billy and the Beast’, Year 1 have been creating their own scary beasts. Pupils have continued to explore mark making, this time using bamboo reed pens and Indian ink. They first cut out eyes from coloured paper and stuck these down before drawing their creature…

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Year R weaving

Over the last two weeks, pupils in year R have been weaving. They have weaved on both small individual weaving cards and large-scale weaving through boxes, fences, and pallets. It is a great way to create funky art and it provides opportunities for children to strengthen their gross motor control,…

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