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11/06/21

This morning, Year 6 took part in a Crime SOS Knife Crime workshop. The children were given information on the dangers of carrying offensive weapons and what to do if they were ever to witness someone carrying or using a weapon. https://t.co/FBUyJoOmqr

11/06/21

The children were very excited to come into school this morning to see that more partridges had hatched over night! https://t.co/RXJcA7K6yb

11/06/21

We are excited to announce that VIPS at Kings Hill’s baby Elmer “Elci” will be positioned in The Mall in Maidstone for the Elmer Parade. Baby Elmers will be stampeding to their spots today as a as a teaser for the Parade launch the following weekend! https://t.co/us7hwebdpY

10/06/21

On Wednesday morning, Stingray Class took part in a crime workshop which focused on awareness of criminal acts and the law of the United Kingdom. The children were hugely enthusiastic and had many thoughtful and interesting questions to ask our visitor. https://t.co/MNRSinkF8w

10/06/21

It was lovely to hear Dolphin Class practicing their performance of 'Under the Sea' today, they are sounding great and we look forward to sharing it with you soon! https://t.co/vhTPVJptYY

10/06/21

Space 2 Be Me are offering virtual Space 2 Talk sessions for parents who have children with additional needs. Please see the flyer for details of the events and how to book. https://t.co/cTnoQZxX05

10/06/21

Excitement is growing here at VIPS Kings Hill as our second partridge 'Alfie' has hatched... https://t.co/vJ5oATOJer

10/06/21

We are so excited that our first partridge 'Blossom' has hatched this morning. We will keep you posted on any more new arrivals. https://t.co/DAzDudcSIc

10/06/21

Year 1 have done some amazing work for our Remarkable Writing Day this week! https://t.co/H5TiULaMby

09/06/21

Today we took part in a KS1 Change for Life event held at The children did great and came 4th! Well done to them all, we are super proud of them for their efforts https://t.co/SFkF6gGwb7

09/06/21

In Dolphin Class, we have been looking at the abstract work of Kandinsky. We used this to inspire our own writing. https://t.co/AwqxNaFnFN

28/05/21

The whole school has enjoyed taking part in the workshops today. It was so great to see the children enjoying a fun way to exercise! https://t.co/OZoKGm6EAM

28/05/21

Eco Club have planted the bee bombs they made in the nature area and are looking forward to seeing the wild flowers they produce to encourage bees to the area. https://t.co/QVsWxB4PF1

28/05/21

Yesterday, Sharks tested out their ring toss game and evaluated their design. It was so much fun! https://t.co/sw8Ubx1L3j

26/05/21

A door has appeared in Starfish...the toy people have been up to mischief https://t.co/pcDrNKPqAk

25/05/21

Turtle Class have been designing their own 'Mr Men' characters that contradict stereo typical roles https://t.co/LHfSr6D41r

25/05/21

Seal Class have been busy in DT making final adjustments to their masks. We look forward to seeing the final results https://t.co/mGkbX7PYne

24/05/21

Year 3 & 4 have thoroughly enjoyed taking part in the virtual author workshop with Stephen Pass this afternoon and they especially enjoyed doing the 'seahorse dance' to Madge's Song! https://t.co/4IdEjvNhIU

24/05/21

Retweeted From Stephen Pass

I've spent a lovely afternoon bringing Madge and my poems to pupils . Pupils read really well, asked some great questions and we all loved doing the 'seahorse dance' to Madge's Song! Thanks all!

24/05/21

Jess in Year 2 has written a lovely poem about being yourself, great work Jess! https://t.co/jFtiz1jPvi

21/05/21

The latest edition of our Trust's Online Safety Newsletter is now available. This edition covers information and issues including: keeping your child safe online, social media, fake news, online grooming, protecting your privacy and online gaming. https://t.co/HvJ7zNcxKV https://t.co/YKHsdYI6hc

20/05/21

The whole school have taken part in workshops with our very own author They have really enjoyed learning about Gianna's inspiration and about Monster Doughnuts and were able to get their new books signed, a huge thank you to Gianna for attending. https://t.co/dDEX8HBem1

19/05/21

Starfish have a fallen star...how did it get there?....we have been writing our theories https://t.co/bzDH8hrRPr

19/05/21

Our piano lessons have started again in school and it is lovely to hear such a range of music being played! If your child would like lessons please contact for further information. https://t.co/Gqmm5Z6DEd

18/05/21

Lego Club have been busy creating lego models and have shown great team work! https://t.co/9lDSMUJjEP

14/05/21

Year 4 have created a dance based on Electricity this week in their PE lessons https://t.co/AwZ25zVYXl

14/05/21

In Year 5 the children have been working hard to frame persuasive arguments. I think you will agree that presentation and motivation is so high. Well done Dolphins! https://t.co/hW817aNYy9

14/05/21

Yr6 begun their transition curriculum, watching films made by local secondary schools & sharing real experiences. Next week they have a secondary pupil starting work experience with them. She will help support activities to discuss changes to expect and things to look forward to https://t.co/eKe3MTAaKZ

13/05/21

Whale class have been busy identifying different plants and trees in the school grounds. https://t.co/JYqEH5c1ka

13/05/21

This week Starfish engaged in some Eid related activities. Eid Mubarak to all our families. https://t.co/SGhk6HCY8k

13/05/21

Freddie was keen to share his space homework with his classmates in Starfish. Great work Freddie! https://t.co/oIUCK1hEXY

13/05/21

This week, Stingray class have been testing voltage within electrical circuits. The children were challenged to test different variables, and how altering these different variables might change the voltage flowing through the circuit. https://t.co/SjuAIMxtcW

12/05/21

A conscious corridor is when children role play a character, they then walk down the corridor and for are one side and against are the other and as they walk down they voice your conscience.

12/05/21

Year 1 were very surprised this morning when they saw that the giant from Jack and the Beanstalk had trashed their classroom on his hunt for the golden harp and golden egg laying hen! We have decided that we need to work towards creating a wanted poster to find him. https://t.co/bekRZCXvJX

12/05/21

This week Dolphin Class used a conscious corridor to explore the issues in Pig Heart Boy by thinking of arguments for and against using animals to support medical research. https://t.co/jzbYPsYnqj

12/05/21

Year 3 have been painting their carnival masks this week using their knowledge of primary and secondary colours. https://t.co/mfvzc3GCIA

12/05/21

Please take a look at the latest issue of Families West Kent Magazine May/June 2021 https://t.co/m9edMrE8Co

12/05/21

We are very excited for our 'eggs' to arrive at school in early June and look forward to sharing updates with you on how they are doing. A huge thank you to our PTA for arranging this great experience! https://t.co/rHEQkMGwG8

11/05/21

George in Year 4 has received his Green Blue Peter badge after sending through an application a couple of months ago. He was really pleased with the personal feedback that they gave him in the letter, well done George we are really proud of you! https://t.co/rFgFx0bh2N

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.