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14/02/20

In our assembly today the whole school learnt about how to keep safe online and the use of avatars. They also explored the theme 'Free to be..' and shared their hopes for the internet of the future. https://t.co/fQqjnDu4D2

13/02/20

Matt in Yr2 & Rev'd Mark collaborated to deliver a powerful message, highlighting the amazing work of Matt explained how his wheelchair helps him overcome barriers. ' used Matt's example to reinforce our work on going for personal goals and individuality https://t.co/9gVexHeMK5

10/02/20

Come to the Valley Park Scholarship information event on 26 February at Valley Invicta Primary School at Kings Hill, from 3.30pm, aimed at Year 5 pupils... https://t.co/ghy9MjUDDs

07/02/20

Four girls attended the Invicta Grammar School Primary Maths Day Challenge this week. They took part in various puzzles and problems solving tasks and came 2nd out of 10 schools. Well done girls! https://t.co/qJgvYkbGT7

06/02/20

Shark Class loved taking part in the Infant Agility competition yesterday, they worked so hard at all 5 activities and we cheered the loudest! The host school were the winners. We came joint 2nd! https://t.co/FOpbZ9whhz

05/02/20

Seal Class have been busy preparing their new fish tank as part of their Fishkeeper Fry project an educational programme that has been designed specifically for primary school children to teach them about the science and art of keeping fish https://t.co/200CzPcOlC

05/02/20

We are so excited to join other amazing schools in the for the to perform as one huge school choir in this memorable experience with the fabulous David Lawrence . We have a special glow in the dark banner and we are ready to go!

04/02/20

As part of we launched the charity campaign 'Find your Brave' in todays assembly. https://t.co/pW0DLc7hHA https://t.co/hNCJr0aa1y

03/02/20

We are delighted to see so many playground games continuing to evolve enabling children to all play together. The PTA have funded some fantastic resources for the children to use at lunchtimes and this week we have started with making friendship bracelets. Article 31 https://t.co/yBmg3Doa6P

31/01/20

Would you like to come and work at our fantastic school? We are looking for a Teaching Assistant to join our team! https://t.co/0ExyxOBIbi https://t.co/lWpGdu10N9

31/01/20

Finally all our trees have been planted in the planters, our gardeners have done an excellent job. We have also made our own watering cans by reusing a plastic milk bottle. The gardeners made holes in the spout using a sharp pencil then decorated their watering bottle. https://t.co/WPLZFN9aXm

31/01/20

All children and staff have been busy completing their questionnaires this week! https://t.co/t5A7hDV7KH

30/01/20

Our Anti-Bullying ambassadors had their catch up phone call with Louise from the Diana Award today. Tia (our head rep) had to explain the steps they had already taken as leaders including assemblies, class surveys and making an anti-bullying box. https://t.co/xLbZB6obMV

30/01/20

We are so delighted to have received a letter this morning from congratulating us on our KS2 SATs results in Maths, we are working really hard across the school to maintain these scores in the years to come https://t.co/KdCXrmQUlj

30/01/20

Congratulations to 14 members of our school staff on being awarded their QA Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work https://t.co/RDmZ9szMyI

30/01/20

Well done to our Year 5 and 6 school netball team on winning every, single match at the U10's Festival of Netball at Kings Rochester. Despite the freezing conditions, the girls all played brilliantly! https://t.co/j1n50ySCzE

29/01/20

This week the RRSA and SVLT Ted teams met to discuss and agree guidelines for healthy packed lunches in line with Articles 24 & 27. These will then be agreed by our SLT and governors and we will then share these with you. Watch this space. https://t.co/C7p3NEDjjA

28/01/20

Please remember to keep voting for our ‘Bags of Help’ appeal until 31st March 2020 with Tesco Extra at Lunsford Park & Tesco Express Larkfield! Please put your blue chip in our token box when you are out shopping to help us raise money for our SRP outside area! https://t.co/oXNU2n2pIx

27/01/20

In Philosophy Club, our children have been discussing the ideas of 'power' & 'goodness' and whether power comes with responsibility. They discussed what actions were considered 'good' & debated whether doing a good action, in order to get a reward, still counts. https://t.co/fLZLBcvbQx

23/01/20

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23/01/20

Thank you to Chris from for coming into school to surprise our children with a panto dance routine he taught our teachers last week. It was a wonderful morning and a great opportunity to celebrate all of our pupils that have performed over the weekend. https://t.co/6IgPLVcexY

22/01/20

Starfish class had a visit from John , Oxfam’s Youth and Community organiser. He discussed a variety of Oxfam campaigns that the school can join and support. He had lunch with our RRSA Ted team and then discussed the right to; drink, eat, earn and learn. https://t.co/zPTQBvpzvs

21/01/20

Please vote for the following options of the summer school uniform. Voting closes Monday 27th January 2020.

21/01/20

Year 6 children took part in a writing workshop focussing on important speeches in history. Volunteers from came and spent the morning discussing Churchill and how and why his speeches during WW2 were so vital. https://t.co/jHsQAaCJwG

17/01/20

The Rights Respecting TED Team met with The Contract Dining Company's area development officer in order to explore a project to create a bespoke Kings Hill menu for a whole week in term 5. Watch this space for some really creative ideas! https://t.co/nLal7A64aV

13/01/20

We are still collecting the 's 'Books for Schools' tokens. Please hand any into the school office as this is the last week! https://t.co/C48gNRSA17

13/01/20

Today, Year R have taken part in Mini Beasts workshop. Children got a fun introduction to invertebrates and got to question, investigate and learn all about the world of mini beasts. A huge thank you to Lauren, the children thoroughly enjoyed their morning! https://t.co/t2n8fKcvMn

10/01/20

Well done to our Basketball Team who won the District Final against Dunton Green last night! They all played so well and it was a tough match but the players did not give up and the final score was 49-40. https://t.co/jkcufWKoWB

10/01/20

Year 1 ventured out to explore the local environment this week as the introduction to their 'Explore' project. The children recorded their journey, capturing natural and man-made features, sounds and voices. https://t.co/7Fv2L2CS33

08/01/20

Today our EYFS team held a School Readiness Workshop to support parents of nursery aged children prepare their child for primary school. We covered ways to support children with early numeracy and literacy in a fun, hands on way. https://t.co/XsVuh5UiVq

07/01/20

We are excited to announce that you can vote for our project until 31srt March 2020 with Tesco Extra at Lunsford Park & Tesco Express Larkfield! Please support us and put your blue chip in our token box when you are out shopping to help us raise money for our SRP outside area https://t.co/Z6Fo9npsTQ

06/01/20

Would you like to join our friendly team? We are currently looking for a Caretaker - you can find all the details here: https://t.co/SS4LUyMydc https://t.co/XxfsHvRRdJ

18/12/19

We are thrilled to announce that we have been awarded a GOLD award by the for getting involved in green activities including tree planting, visiting a local woodland, reducing carbon emissions and recycling. https://t.co/oFnR8g3PaL

18/12/19

The whole school where treated to a version of Jack and the Beanstalk today, performed by the School Staff. An amusing end to the term! https://t.co/XKlKmbamwS

17/12/19

Yr5 have participated in a Greek Day making delicious traditional Greek dishes such as stuffed vine leaves and spanakopita with their parents.They also made a traditional Greek Vasilopita.The children performed the Greek Zorba dance and read excerpts from our written Greek Myths https://t.co/Yp1eHs23xk

17/12/19

Valley Invicta Primary School at Kings Hill scores brilliant results compared to other local schools. Click the link for more information. https://t.co/x9fMHRInVW

17/12/19

A huge thank you to for their kind donation of chocolate for all our children. A great treat, enjoyed by all! https://t.co/LyLGR14dDR

17/12/19

To celebrate their end of term work, Year One held a Royal Tea Party this week. They all dressed in regal costumes and enjoyed a Royal banquet together, before taking part in their very own Royal parade in front of their parents. https://t.co/rizQW9X4EC

13/12/19

Thank you for the delicious mince pies, delivered today for our whole school community to enjoy! https://t.co/JLCIJEybYP

Community

At Valley Invicta Primary School at Kings Hill, we take pride in working with our local community.  Click on the titles below to find out more about all the projects we have been involved in.

Our Local Community News

January 2020

Year 5 Greek Day

Year 5 took part in a Greek Day making delicious traditional Greek dishes such as stuffed vine leaves and spanakopita with their parents. They also made a traditional Greek Vasilopita. The children then performed the Greek Zorba dance and read excerpts from their written Greek Myths

December 2019 

Year 5 Perform for Crossroads

Year 5 visited Crossroads COGS (cognitive stimulation group) to perform a selection of Christmas songs and spent time interacting with the dementia sufferers and their carers.  The trip enabled the children to deepen their understanding of this life changing illness, which they have learnt about through our current class story and gave them the opportunity to practise the performance of their class song which forms part of the Salus project they are participating in at the moment.

Carols in the Square

A group of our children from the choir represented our school at the Kings Hill Carols in the Square. They performed a variety of Christmas songs and did amazingly well - a huge thank you to those who attended.

November 2019

Remembrance Day events

As part of Remembrance Day, our children have been proud to take part in a parade, attend the local Remembrance Service, learn all about American pilot, Jacqueline Cochran, in assembly and carry out a two minute silence at 11am.

Links to Organisations We Work With

We work with a number of organisations in our local community and beyond. Here, you can find links to who they are and what they do.