School was opened at the beginning of June to more children. Here are a few pictures of school life.
Have been very busy at home school – check out the pictures they have just sent us…..
This year for World Book Day we decided to do something different, so instead of the children dressing up they were asked to decorate a vegetable as a book character. The designs were amazing and we were so impressed with … Continue reading
Recently, our school was invited to take part in an art competition for primary and secondary schools in East Kent. This has been organised by Pilgrims Hospices in conjunction with The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge. Five of our … Continue reading
The Great Fire of London became a raging inferno and engulfed buildings in moments right in front of the children from Year 2. The historic scene was recreated pupils as part of their topic. They created Tudor style homes out … Continue reading
When our children are young, we do our best to help them get the most out of the internet, while protecting them from the online world’s risks and downsides. But as children mature into teenagers, our role shifts to helping … Continue reading
Our Inter-Team Tennis Tournament for 2020 took place on Tuesday 4th February at Deal Indoor Tennis Centre. 32 children represented their school team in both doubles and singles matches; this involved them using one of three different ball types (sponge … Continue reading
Both our years 5 & 6 and years 3 & 4 teams competed with great enthusiasm, commitment and sportsmanship in their respective indoor athletics tournaments. The tournament for the years 5 & 6 team was at Christ Church Academy in … Continue reading
On Saturday 18th January, a small group of our keen footballers travelled by train to Brighton to watch the Seagulls in their Premier League match against Aston Villa. Upon reaching the AMEX stadium, we were lucky to see the … Continue reading
The third round of Science Club sessions investigated the surface tension of water. They learnt how water molecules hold tightly onto each other, so producing the water’s surface tension. They also saw the effects of washing-up liquid reducing the water’s … Continue reading