Hockey News!

 Tom and Sam (Year 4) have been selected for the Canterbury U10 Boys A-Team this year (both being the youngest in their age group). Their team played in the County Tournament in Folkestone on Sunday 27th February and they were runners-up (silver medallists to Sevenoaks who they actually beat in…

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Roman Artefact Afternoon

Yesterday, year 4 investigated and explored Roman artefacts from Canterbury museum. They handled coins, jewellery and pieces of Roman mosaic. A lovely afternoon. 

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Pizza! Pizza! Pizza!

This week Year R opened their own pizza restaurant. Pupils took on the role of chef and practised their (scissor) cutting skills when making a tasty looking selection of pizzas - unfortunately inedible. They had a selection of paper ingredients to choose from – tomato sauce, pepperoni, green…

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Football Match v Chartham Girls

"On Thursday, the Bridge Girls football team played an away match against Chartham. It was a tough match to watch and play, because their defenders were strong and tried their hardest not to let any goals in. Although it was cold and muddy, we managed to score a goal followed by another in the…

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Year one insects

This week, Year one pupils have finished making imaginary insects from card and pipe cleaners. Throughout the art project we have been using the scientific language when referring to parts of the insects’ body - head, thorax, abdomen, wings and antennae.

Pupils worked independently when making…

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Year 5 - hot and cold collage

Despite much disruption due to covid absences of pupils and staff last term, Year 5 have been able to conclude their collage project this week.

Using inspiration from ‘Explore’, their class reading book, pupils have created collages using both hot and cold colours. Like artists Henry Matisse…

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Our School Library

In the school library we stock a range of quality fiction and non-fiction texts. We aim for these books to show a diverse representation of society, as we recognise the importance of all children seeing themselves and their world reflected in the books they read. These include books for children…

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Forest School Year 1 22.2.22

Luckily the storms had calmed down and we could enter our Forest School area. The first challenge was to collect lots of sticks and branches that had fallen on the school field and to push the heavy wheelbarrows. In groups, they made shapes with the sticks - the circle was a challenging one. I saw…

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Year 3 met Claw!!!

Year 3 were made aware of something mysterious lurking behind the mound on the field today, so went to investigate! When we reached the Forest School area, we noticed a pile of logs that had been used for a fire and some kind of prehistoric den. Then, much to the children's amazement (and terror…

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Year 1 Forest School 8.2.2022

The sun was shining for us again and we had a very exciting week of Valentine's activities and cooking in Forest School. 

The children helped to make a fire, they prepared apples, oranges, they added apple juice, cinnamon sticks and star anise to make mulled apple juice. 

The brand new…

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Forest School Year R 8.2.2022

The sun was shining for us again and we had a very exciting week of Valentine's activities and cooking in Forest School. 

The children helped to make a fire, they prepared apples, oranges, they added apple juice, cinnamon sticks and star anise to make mulled apple juice. 

The brand new…

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Football Team - Girls

The girls’ football team had another away match on Tuesday and played against Wincheap Primary School. Mrs Corall and I were jumping up and down excitedly on the sidelines along with some parents and children who had kindly come to watch the game. The girls had a steady start and had a few shots…

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