Sam at the Regional Hockey Finals

We're always keen to hear about and celebrate the children's sporting successes outside of school.

Sam played for Canterbury U10 boys earlier this month at the Regional Hockey Finals at Charterhouse School in Guildford. They were pleased to come away with a silver medal having competed against…

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Maths Workshop for Parents - Multiplication Tables

Mrs Cork has created a video for parents to watch about the importance of learning their multiplication tables.

Please do leave comments on whether you found this useful.

 

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Junior Agility Championship

We're always keen to hear about our children's extra-curricular activities outside of school:

On the 15th and 16th January I went to the Open Junior Agility Championship with my two and half year old dog called Tilly. This was our first big event and I was very excited to be competing. I was…

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Princess Trust

Earlier this week, I was visited by Elara who wanted to share her contribution to charity from just before Christmas.

"I went to the hairdresser to get my hair cut. It was so so long that I donated it to a charity called The Princess Trust, they make wigs for sick children. My ponytail was 23…

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Silence is Golden

On the 9th November, Roisin and Hazel (Year 6) did a sponsored silence. It was very hard to do but we managed to do it in the end. We started the challenge at 7.30 till 4.00, it was donate money for Children in Need. It was very challenging but it was worth it. In the end we managed to raise…

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The Pudsey Stall

A point of pride in our school is the demonstrable charitable attitudes that our children have and I was pleased to hear about six of our children's activities at the weekend.

Phoebe, Lillian, Ivy and Nanaha (Year 4), Imogen (Year 3) and Matilda (Year R) held a 'Pudsey' stall in Bridge to raise…

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Mysterious Moments

Recently I received a visit from Amelie who told me about what she was doing to raise money for cancer treatment for her Aunty.

She showed me a story book called 'Mysterious Moments - The Adventure Begins' that she had produced and was now selling to raise funds. When I asked her what gave her…

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£1 a box for the NHS

Many of our children engage in charity to work to raise money and awareness for both local and national charities and today we were very pleased to hear about what Cara has been doing to support our NHS.

Over the past couple of weeks, Cara has been picking, weighing, boxing and then selling…

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Stop-Motion by Ellie (3SA)

Ellie has created her very own stop-motion video and this can be viewed below. We're all very impressed with her technical skills.

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Creativity Challenge

As you know our three school aims are creativity, excellence and resilience.

As our first whole school challenge we would like focus on the first of these school aims by seeing how creative you all are, by using the ‘junk’ you have around the house.

We imagine that in your house you have…

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500 Words - The Nice Story

The Nice Story

By Bruno (Year 1)

 

Chapter 1

Once upon a time, a big explosion happened in the middle of nowhere and there created some monsters and aliens.  Then there was a shadow. It had wings and scales and red eyes.  It had a metal mask.  The dragon had a big, big, big…

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Kicking off Science Week

Science Week at Bridge School started with some very excited children attending an assembly on Monday morning in the school hall led by Miss Astin and Dr Nelson from The King’s School, Canterbury who also run Saturday Smarties as part of the Canterbury Primary Science Partnership.

The children…

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