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25/11/20

For their Science lesson this week Year 3 have been exploring fossils. https://t.co/DxWbyFynGp

24/11/20

Year 2 have taken part in a zoom chat with Nurse Lauren. They found the session very informative and were able to ask lots of questions about what Nurses do and how hard they work! https://t.co/kSoVec2Ono

20/11/20

Today we celebrated by seeing how creative we could be with the letters...A...L...L... We are ALL entitled to our rights! https://t.co/wAGkJ87JhD

20/11/20

This week our 'signing choir' learnt Jingle Bells, It was a starry night & A Millions Dreams. They have come on so much with their signing in such a short amount of time and hopefully we will be able to share a video of their hard work before the end of term. https://t.co/EhDLI8DXqL

19/11/20

Samuel, Yr6, has written a great poem about Bullying this week as part of our Anti-Bullying campaign. All of the classes are going to create their own poems based on the words 'united' and 'respect' and we will share these with you all by the end of the week. https://t.co/lnHIKsdnq4

17/11/20

Starfish have really enjoyed learning about the Hindu festival of Diwali. https://t.co/6XRudbQT4b

17/11/20

Turtle class are learning about the digestive system. They looked at the functions of each organ and demonstrated each one using food, plastic bags and even a pair of tights! https://t.co/LbiocgRyBx

13/11/20

Year 6 pupils took part in a Magistrates Talk learning about the processes involved in the criminal system and what happens in a courtroom. They learnt about what legal age of responsibility meant and discussed how they could be responsible members of our community! https://t.co/y64gj1Mcmd

13/11/20

Our classes enjoyed taking part in the workout this morning, what a great start to the day! https://t.co/t8lewc0cW4

13/11/20

To start this years Anti Bullying week we will be taking part in the national Odd Sock Day on Monday 16th November. All you need to do is wear odd socks, as this is a great way to celebrate what makes us all unique! https://t.co/3LR1NjbuXq

13/11/20

Our fabulous cook Jackie from Cucina, led an informative healthy eating workshop for Yr1. It was linked to the class text Oliver's Vegetables by Vivien French & The range of wonderful produce was discussed & tasted to encourage a deeper understanding https://t.co/4UtU75qZIz

12/11/20

Supporting Local Businesses https://t.co/GDrjf1Z0eH

11/11/20

Our club bubbles have started this week and our Irish Dancing Club is a huge success. The club is run by the very talented Mrs Cooke who is a multi title Irish Dancing Champion. We look forward to being able to share their virtual performance at the end of term! https://t.co/QqCqPRUsrS

11/11/20

We are holding a 2minute silence to remember all those servicemen & women who lost their lives in wars, past & present. We would like families to join us in listening to 'Flander's Fields by John McCrae' read by Daisy in Yr6 https://t.co/46cDxGe7sY

11/11/20

In computing this week, Year 3 have been inputting data into spreadsheets to create some fantastic bar and pie charts! https://t.co/L5xaV3CqE0

10/11/20

We will be fundraising for on Friday 13 November and are asking for a donation for students to wear non-uniform for the day. As we are unable to accept cash please donate via the Children in Need website https://t.co/kEPNkIV5zk https://t.co/QfklEFYrn7

09/11/20

Year 4 have started studying their new text, There's a boy in the girls' bathroom by The children did some drama to demonstrate their understanding of Bradley's feelings at different points in the story. https://t.co/trsOrStoP3

09/11/20

As part of the Remembrance Day celebrations yesterday, Isabella in Year 5 kindly laid our wreath on behalf of our school community, thank you Isabella! https://t.co/v1oD3i2hQ8

09/11/20

Year 6 have been busy learning about the different countries involved in World War 2. The children were challenged to think about the reasons behind countries choosing to either be a member of the Allies or the Axis Powers. What a fantastic start to our new topic! https://t.co/rTH6Wdo5iu

06/11/20

This afternoon a group of 10 children and two teachers took part in a live training session with the Anti-Bullying Programme. They worked virtually to look at the impact bullying has on young people and how they as ambassadors could support our group already in school https://t.co/WEAkl2PeTW

06/11/20

After the Queen's visit to Year 1 the children did some coin rubbing of one penny coins that are nearly 100 years old! They then compared these to a modern-day penny. It was really good fun! https://t.co/4sbL4S2wec

06/11/20

Starfish children have been following our Ready Respectful Safe approach and looking after their outside environment this week! Well done Starfish 👏 https://t.co/1giCeKsK1E

05/11/20

As our live reading sessions during lockdown were such a hit a number of pupils have asked for them to continue. A selection of stories will be shared across the term and will also be uploaded to our website. Please enjoy our first story this term. https://t.co/lCY42maRmf

05/11/20

Despite the Covid Lockdown, Shark Class had a special royal visitor this afternoon. Interviewing Queen Victoria really helped the children build knowledge about this iconic royal. A huge thank you to her for bringing learning to life for every child! https://t.co/o1GFMJpfXE

23/10/20

We would like to wish all our families a happy and safe half term break, thank you for all your support this term and we look forward to new and exciting challenges next term! https://t.co/liCSeTJY4T

23/10/20

A small group of children have been taking part in a very special musical project, they sound amazing and we look forward to being able to share all the information with you soon!😉👏 https://t.co/TAY5GQNe4t

23/10/20

Today we have celebrated our End of Term achievements! Mrs Covey was lucky enough to visit each class and award the certificates in person. A special mention must go to James in Penguin Class who was awarded the Term 1 Governor Trophy. https://t.co/nBTug4Vioj

23/10/20

Year 5 have been studying the Bayeux Tapestry and using it as historical evidence to find out about the battle of Hastings. They used the themes, styles and features to create our own interpretations https://t.co/mDfYn8r2al

23/10/20

To finalise their learning about The Great Fire of London, Year 1 used wood and cardboard to create a narrow street of houses in London in 1666. Well done year 1! https://t.co/E9sll6VWfU

22/10/20

Well done to Levi in Year 4 on winning the Kings Hill Football Club logo design competition, his winning logo will be used for the partnership and also feature on the jets shirts!! https://t.co/3SXC0HIzj5

22/10/20

Turtle class enjoyed a Roman themed day to celebrate completing their Roman topic. They spent the day making laurel wreaths, learning Roman numerals, making clay coil pots and creating a poster entitled "What have the Romans done for us?" to showcase their learning. https://t.co/senkehlPtc

22/10/20

Year 1 children have been creating their own stories using different species of Dinosaurs. They used vocabulary such as vicious, fierce and lonely to describe some of their characters! https://t.co/UAwMRfv2ZF

22/10/20

Year 4 Roman Day has got off to a great start! The children will be taking part in a variety of 'Roman' themed activities throughout the day https://t.co/CNWfA7edJz

21/10/20

In history Year 3 have been consolidating their learning of the Stone Age so far. https://t.co/wCW52zoNg7

16/10/20

We are pleased to share our Harvest Assembly with you all, please do take a look! https://t.co/DXLOAIZRpD

16/10/20

It should now be working, we will retweet!

16/10/20

As a treat for reaching their Class Dojo target of 150, Shark Class have enjoyed a pyjama party this afternoon. All of the children snuggled up in their onesies and watched a film together https://t.co/uoR0lXNKSY

16/10/20

Starfish Class have been using prepositional language this week when giving commands to their own BeeBots. Can you use prepositional language over the weekend by creating your own obstacle course? https://t.co/xhXkX2rgAU

15/10/20

Good Luck to all our Year 6 students sitting the 11+ KENT Test today. https://t.co/dvYijOfIet

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Kings Hill

We want our pupils to be articulate and confident but more than anything, we want them to love learning and to appreciate the opportunities that this brings. We encourage all our children to be curious about the world around them and to ask questions; to challenge what they observe and what they learn so that they are ready for the dynamics of the modern world. Our school values of Aspiration, Enjoyment, Kindness, Independence and Perseverance will allow our children to inherit a legacy of success and competencies to which they are truly entitled.

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