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05/03/21

Here is our latest Sensory Circuit video for you to take part in. https://t.co/Wz9d5ik72o

04/03/21

Year 1 & 2 have been enjoying some activities in school today. https://t.co/HJuuRkwFHp

04/03/21

Starfish Class have been enjoying World Book Day across Teams. This afternoon, we shared Farmyard Hullabaloo, before singing Old MacDonald, using our classroom animals. https://t.co/GfBKCDZtml

04/03/21

It's great to see that children are still getting involved in at home, please do continue to share your pictures with us! https://t.co/EFYRQmtDPp

04/03/21

It's great to see that children are still getting involved in at home, please do continue to share your pictures with us! https://t.co/ymtXLzu2Vi

03/03/21

In Science, Year 3 conducted an experiment with seeds to find out the requirements needed for a plant go grow. They can't wait to find out what happens! They will be observing changes daily using their investigation results record! https://t.co/xmmUl3b6Dz

03/03/21

Valley Park School is holding its first Community Art Auction on YouTube, on Thurs 4 March at 7pm. The virtual live event will raise money for Dementia UK & there will be a range of artwork to purchase - don't miss it! https://t.co/A3FecOLz0y

03/03/21

On Tuesday, Starfish class downed their online tools in favour for some more creative ones and made 3D tractors! https://t.co/vSWhUExf4L

03/03/21

All the staff at Kings Hill would like to say a huge Thank You to Julie Derrick, CEO of Valley Invicta Academies Trust for our tasty treats! https://t.co/TCLVuGP3FL

01/03/21

Today Starfish children have been using playdough to solve subtraction problems. https://t.co/oiYwOEGV0P

01/03/21

Year 1 have been measuring time and recorded how many times they could do one activity in one minute. I think it is safe to say they will sleep well tonight as they worked so hard on this, especially the exercise activities! Well done everyone 👏 https://t.co/CcJdYIuMWp https://t.co/AKZp0fI3XV

26/02/21

Year 1 have been completing activities linked to the story Wild by Emily Hughes in English this week. Today, they have written a piece of text in role as the man character. We are so impressed with their writing! https://t.co/hIJSqxWmDm

26/02/21

Paige in Year 3 has written a short story in English and using her understanding from our French sessions has written the story out again in French! https://t.co/1Ya2z9uEZH

26/02/21

This week in English Year 3 produced their own Magic Show adverts based on our class text 'Leon and the Place Between' by They explored the key features used in persuasive adverts whilst making sure they appeal to their target audience and catch people's eye. https://t.co/PKIBsr8s83

26/02/21

Retweeted From World Book Day UK 📚

Enjoy our brand new, FREE audiobooks while you get ready for World Book Day 2021! Whether you’re reading together with the family, or listening in your own time, find your next audiobook to tune into here: https://t.co/PsXddL3rpy https://t.co/Jj5QP1OZjh

26/02/21

Retweeted From Bonnier Books UK

To celebrate 's eco lesson 🍃 with and , we are proud to be donating 8000 copies of Cookie and the Most Annoying Boy in the World to https://t.co/dXMJ7gHpHD

25/02/21

A reminder that all children will taking part in our virtual sponsored Danceathon this Friday raising money for the We will put together clips of each class to share with you all. All monies raised is to be paid on our Just Giving Page: https://t.co/WY6tQb2zVk.

24/02/21

Take a look at this weeks Sensory Circuit video for children to take part in: https://t.co/dSzAd8B2Uk

24/02/21

Freya in Year 5 has inspired her class mates to make stars of hope, we think this is a lovely idea and are enjoying seeing their creations! https://t.co/CoojzirGdl

24/02/21

Seal Class have kick started their new topic this term 'plants' with an informative interactive leaflet detailing each part of a flowering plant. https://t.co/BQcSWVHxa1

24/02/21

As part of their Rainforest Topic, over half term Seals have been busy consolidating their learning from last term creating layers of the rainforest models. https://t.co/BoYtNidlpl

23/02/21

Dolphin Class have created some great art work as part of their Humanities topic on Rivers! https://t.co/Gt4JHdDrJ2

22/02/21

Starfish Class have been measuring height and today they found objects that were taller/shorter than a teddy bear! https://t.co/p3bkLZfWy1

22/02/21

Today Starfish used hair gel and glitter to demonstrate how germs can be spread and how we need to wash our hands properly with soap. https://t.co/nMio1EvUcv

22/02/21

We are looking for a talented SEN Teaching Assistant with experience of working with children with ASD to come and join our inclusive and high achieving Primary school. For more details please take a look at our website: https://t.co/Owoe2Ji72E

22/02/21

If you haven't already designed your square to decorate our Elmer, please could we ask you to do this, this week and send back to us in school. We would really like as many children's drawings included as possible and of course want our Elmer to stand out in the crowd! https://t.co/w7f80QYuPL

12/02/21

All children in the Hub got to enjoy hot chocolate with marshmallows whilst watching a film this afternoon as an end of term treat! 🥳 https://t.co/WqCSPSEBdv

12/02/21

We have had another great story telling video sent in from Evie and Thomas, we hope you enjoy their story The Princess and the Guard https://t.co/IPdahrORfW

12/02/21

Our EYFS/KS1 Bubble have been celebrating Chinese New Year today with food tasting and arts and crafts. https://t.co/Vh0EVsVofu

12/02/21

Following our Story Telling Day this week, Joe and Ollie have recorded themselves retelling The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. It was a lovely start to our Friday and made our morning in school and are pleased to share it with you all to enjoy. https://t.co/QcYmJooFOA

11/02/21

Lewis was super pleased to receive a signed card from the footballer after writing to him as his hero for our Letter to our Hero day. 😊 https://t.co/lhfhNf4J9K

10/02/21

Today we explored the story of Goldilocks & the Three Bears to create our own tales. We ended up with comic strips, illustrations & story maps and even tried some porridge to see what all the fuss is about. https://t.co/kqp541wg8z

10/02/21

Take a look at this weeks 'Snowy' Sensory Circuit video for you to take part in: https://t.co/TA5u7F1Pk5

10/02/21

Year 3 have been looking at skeletons and muscles in Science this week. https://t.co/jG3nHdkZ2g

09/02/21

As part of their work in Science, Dolphin Class have been designing ways to prolong a snowman ☃️⛄️ https://t.co/L5cxAyBQbb

09/02/21

Starfish Class have been enjoying the snow today ☃️⛄️ https://t.co/muy3nslt0q

08/02/21

With Safer Internet Day occurring tomorrow please see the materials provided below that include activities you can do with your children to make them think about safe, trustworthy internet use. https://t.co/1Km4u8V25C

08/02/21

As part of their RE Lessons Year 3 have been learning about Palm Sunday and have started making crosses. Great work Seal Class. https://t.co/fWBkp9HXDN

Uniform

At Valley Invicta Primary School at Kings Hill we believe that excellent uniform is part of setting high academic standards. As a result, pupils will be expected to adhere to our uniform requirements at all times. This means that uniform must be worn correctly both in and out of school.

All items of uniform are available from our supplier, Pages. Please ensure all uniform is clearly labelled with your child’s name.

MAIN UNIFORM

  • Jumper with logo
  • Cardigan with logo
  • Girls navy cotton tights
  • Girls plain white ankle socks
  • Boys long grey trousers
  • Boys short grey trousers
  • Boys grey socks
  • Navy Coat with school logo
  • School branded bag

UNIFORM RECEPTION AND YEAR ONE

  • Tartan pinafore dress
  • White polo shirt with school logo
  • Boys grey trousers, in summer short grey trousers may be worn
  • Girls Summer dress (Term One, Term Five and Term Six)

UNIFORM YEAR TWO TO YEAR SIX

  • Girls tartan panel-pleated skirt
  • Boys long grey trousers; in summer short grey trousers may be worn
  • Girls white revere collar blouse
  • Boys white shirt
  • Boys tartan clip on tie
  • Blazer (Year Three to Six)
  • Girls Summer Dress (Term One, Term Five and Term Six)

PE KIT

  • White polo shirt with logo and banded collar and sleeves
  • Navy blue polycotton shorts
  • Black plimsolls
  • Trainers for outdoor games only

Pupils must have their full PE kit in school at all times. If pupils do not have their PE kit, they will be sent to another class with work. Should a pupil not have their correct kit on three occasions, a letter will be sent home to parents. Please ensure that appropriate warm clothing is provided for the winter months. PE is a component of the curriculum and is vital to the wellbeing of all children. For hygiene reasons, pupils are not allowed to borrow PE kits. Children in KS2 should have trainers in school for all PE lessons.

All items are available from our supplier Pages Schoolwear. Non logo items are readily available on the High Street. All clothing and footwear should be clearly labelled with the child’s name.

HAIR

  • Hair should be worn neat and tidy and worn with no extremes of style or colour.
  • Line markings/shaved patterns are not permitted.
  • Long hair should be tied back.
  • Hair accessories (alice bands, hairbands, scrunchies, hair slides/clips) must be plain and in school colours: blue, purple, tartan or black.  

JEWELLERY

On health and safety grounds we do not allow children to wear jewellery or earrings.

Watches may be worn at school but must be removed for PE lessons.

MAKE-UP

No make-up or nail varnish is permitted.

SHOES

Appropriate school shoes must be worn. Girls shoes must have a secure strap. No boots are permitted.

Valley Invicta Academies Trust has high expectations for all children to wear full school uniform according to this policy. Children will receive a ‘Missing Uniform’ letter detailing any uniform infringements and a 24 hour grace period to replace any missing items. Persistent uniform infringements may result in a child being sent home from school.