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08/12/21

Mr Brazendale has really enjoyed teaching a group of children how to drum over the last two terms and they have made some real progress. If you would be interested in your child having individual drumming lessons please let Mrs Guthrie or Mrs Covey know. https://t.co/HoCxCw326i

08/12/21

Yr1 took a short walk to the local post box to post their letters to Santa. Each child wrote their own letter asking for treats from Santa & before they put their letter in the post they made a Christmas wish just to make sure it gets to the North Pole safely. https://t.co/BLVS8c10m7

07/12/21

We would like to say a huge thank you to for their generous donation of 25 Chrome books for the pupils to use in school. These will be used to enhance our children's learning across the curriculum and will make a huge difference https://t.co/EPhsrAgT2p

03/12/21

Sharks have been making advent wreaths this afternoon using evergreen leaves. https://t.co/LLaHUefkXO

03/12/21

Our Christmas Tree has taken pride of place outside the main entrance and is now ready for all of our families to place their own Christmas tag on the branches. These tags will replace Christmas Cards as we go eco friendly. We look forward to reading all your lovely messages https://t.co/W71GzLx4wi

03/12/21

Year 3 have been busy making edible peppermint candy canes using three different coloured icings. They will leave them to dry for 24 hours then package them ready to sell at our Christmas Fair next week! https://t.co/gYFPYzzq3h

03/12/21

Mrs Walls and Mrs Hall have been developing these super pots to help explain and break down class vocabulary. The children might use exploration of word meanings, mnemonics, and syllable counting strategies to help secure understanding and use of ambitious vocabulary. https://t.co/pxib1XABxX

03/12/21

On Wednesday, Stingray class took part in a workshop with Captain John from the The children were asked to think carefully about their own personal role in society and how they can help bring about social justice within both their community and the wider world. https://t.co/E2AU2hiKV6

03/12/21

In addition to the story-mapping that KS1 children love, in art club the children have been drawing their favourite front covers. Well done Eleanor, Layla and Kornelija. https://t.co/LTm8atRZgj

03/12/21

Mrs Covey has devised a fun game for staff to engage with every day until the end of term. She is hiding this Christmas Cottage around the school in a different place each day. The member of staff to find it gets a daily prize! We love Christmas! https://t.co/mbhjyvqKKs

03/12/21

Luca and James introduced the school Advent calendar this week. Penguin children highlight a different kind act to try and fit into everyone’s day. It is an excellent way to further embed our Rights Respecting practice. Well done everyone. https://t.co/uX8kwgO52J

02/12/21

Year 5 have been making our own loo-roll Parthenons as part of our Ancient Greece topic! https://t.co/2eVw4C4L5D

02/12/21

Year 2 have been using peg boards to make arrays in Maths! They have become array experts! https://t.co/2Ry0OPAJ67

01/12/21

Shark Class have been making peg dolls. They learned about the handmade toys that poor Victorian children would have played with in the 1800s. https://t.co/0ZrEdK8G62

01/12/21

The new December Kings Hill Directory magazine is now online and can be viewed here: https://t.co/DbQGd9kqaM

30/11/21

In English Seal Class worked in small groups to identify WOW words to describe the Iron Man, the main character in our class text. Words included ‘colossal’ ‘ginormous’ and ‘Rusty’ https://t.co/bjmD9CvMDv

30/11/21

In Phonics Year 2 have been writing words with the long i sound in. https://t.co/KlYL6MkttV

26/11/21

Thank you to those parents/families that attended our ASD Coffee morning it was so lovely to see lots of new faces. Watching the children read with those parents that attended was brilliant too and is something we are continuing for all workshops and coffee mornings in school. https://t.co/Hs60QVO4qb

26/11/21

Year 1 have made these origami Christmas trees and are so pleased with the result! https://t.co/2eU3h9qlEe

26/11/21

Year 5 have been carrying out their own experiments using parachutes to determine how much air resistance will affect drop rate, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all! https://t.co/iefSLIlYMF

25/11/21

Congratulations to Henry in Year R and Isabella in Year 4 on winning our Pudsey colouring competition. They each received an art goody pack. Thank you for all your entries. All monies raised has gone to Children in Need https://t.co/BKVFrvS5o4

25/11/21

Stingray class have been exploring the circulatory system within their Science lessons with particular focus on the human heart. The children were challenged with labelling the different sections of the heart, but also describing in detail the function of each individual section https://t.co/zDujb40OT6

24/11/21

Seal Class have been enjoying a recap of common Spanish phrases this week. https://t.co/RGjOPV03PF

24/11/21

The Christmas Art Club really enjoyed creating their own wrapping paper this week. The children used different tools to create repeating trees in their own individual style. Why don’t you try some at home, Mr Martin has! https://t.co/7zaptMboFT

19/11/21

Thank you very much to Mr Brazendale who completed his own mini drumathon in our Children in Need assembly, he explained the different parts of his drum kit and then dazzled the whole school with a few different beats! https://t.co/205prbud9p

19/11/21

Some of our Year 1's took part in the VIAT Primary Agility Competition yesterday and we are super proud to announce we came 1st! Well done team! 👏🏆🥇 https://t.co/5uP4fAXtli

19/11/21

KS2 took part in a VR Anti-bullying workshop, where they dived straight into different scenarios, exploring the feelings & emotions felt by the characters involved. They discussed the idea of ‘two sides to every story’ as well as the responsibility a bystander has https://t.co/W4UR0OJ1V1

18/11/21

In assembly today the whole school explored all the colourful and diverse range of sock wear we had in school! We discussed how lucky we are to have such a diverse community and celebrated how unique we are, but also how we are part of a team! https://t.co/dPZfzqk61d

18/11/21

Starfish Class have been enjoying their new sand toys! Thank you to our PTA https://t.co/gZkBW4y8Nh

18/11/21

This week, Dolphin class have been creating our own story maps of the Greek Myth Theseus and the Minotaur. Together, we created this version as a whole class in order for us to memorise the key events of the story- can your child retell the tale? https://t.co/kUACFuyPJ7

18/11/21

Yesterday, Stingray Class took part in a Magistrates workshop. The children were given an insight into the world of criminal justice through the eyes of a Magistrate judge. The children loved the workshop and asked thought-provoking questions to our guest. https://t.co/iT2CrLuACk

17/11/21

Year 3 created a story map with actions and sounds for Chapter 2 of the Iron Man https://t.co/vPTUdGdsn5

17/11/21

In a world that can sometimes feel like it’s filled with negativity, one kind word can provide a moment of hope. It can change someone’s perspective. It can change their day. It can change the course of a conversation & break the cycle of bullying. https://t.co/tcVyffKmHe

16/11/21

Year 2 had fun reasoning and being challenged by our animal related investigation. This afternoon we made shape robots and had to work out how many of each shape we used https://t.co/83wDZecqLL

16/11/21

Key Stage 2 have been exploring different sentence stems to develop their reasoning skills in: Exploring, Conjecturing, Explaining, Visualising, Working systematically and Questioning. https://t.co/G2u0qFX6SI

16/11/21

As well as developing their reasoning skills today, all classes have been given a cross-curricular maths lesson looking at mathematical patterns or shapes through art. The final outcomes of these lessons will be displayed across the school. https://t.co/RAn58iMoYS

16/11/21

Today is Marvellous Maths Day and we are taking part in a range of maths activities and challenges across the school with a focus on reasoning. All classes will be exploring different types of reasoning & possible sentence stems they may use to explain their mathematical thinking https://t.co/t0F0lkmzHi

16/11/21

Please do take a look at the latest Families Magazine https://t.co/QOo8QOrfwQ

15/11/21

Shark Class have looked closely at the colours and shapes to recreate the Starry Starry Night by Van Gogh, our Art of the Week last week https://t.co/DHSwrsDc2U

15/11/21

We are extremely proud of two of our students for their involvement in Remembrance Sunday yesterday. They both did a great job representing the school and their families. https://t.co/pUyzYV0DLZ

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