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We would like to wish everyone a very happy and safe summer. We hope you all manage to enjoy some family time and fingers crossed for some sunny weather! Take care and we will see you in September.


Dolphin Class have been exploring tessellations through using different manipulatives. Naithvika has been exploring statements about tessellations and using her reasoning skills to explain her findings.


Starfish Class decided to create their own football stadiums after the events last weekend using the wooden blocks


Year 4 have been reviewing the Euros, thinking about the qualities displayed by the England team and how they can inspire us. Some children have written letters of support to members of the team.


Sayli in Year 2 has written a lovely letter after school for the England squad. What a lovely letter Sayli!


Year 3 have been learning how to read and write in grams and kilograms on scales.


We are pleased to say that the VIAT Online Exhibition is now live! Please do take a look at the fantastic work that has been done across the Trust.


Year 1 have been working hard at making 4 equal groups to support their understanding of quartering!


Year 2 have enjoyed their afternoon testing out their own games in order to evaluate them!


In Design Technology, Seal Class have been busy creating final decorations for their floats. We are really looking forward to seeing them when finished!


Here is the link to the next issue of Families Magazine West Kent. This issue is full of useful information and advice for parents including holiday activities, summer learning, health and family food.


Year 6 have got their activity week off to a great start with Pizza making! They are looking forward to tasting their hard work later!


Congratulations to Isla in Whale Class on being awarded the Sportsmanship award for The Wateringbury Girls Football academy. She has done very well this season, well done Isla!!


Huge Congratulations to Eliza in Dolphin Class on coming first at her Dressage competition, we are very proud of her


Mrs Moisan's Son, Alfred has used lockdown to combine his passion for cooking with helping to raise money for by serving up a book of interviews with some of the best chefs in the world. Please take a look. 100% of profits will go to Fareshare.


We are holding a transition event on 6 July to help you and your child prepare to move from primary to secondary school. It'll be held in the library of our secondary school, SST Maidstone, from 5-6pm. Find out more details, and book your place here:


The Year 6 Transition Evening scheduled for this week has been postponed until next Tuesday 6 July 2021 at 5.30pm. If you would like to sign up to attend, please use the link below.


Year 3 have been working on writing in the first person to produce a diary entry. Great works Seal Class.


The KS1 gymnasts completed the filming for their virtual competition today. Everyone tried so hard and remembered the varied sequences without any help at all! Well done to the Team!


Year 6 have taken part in their first collaborative creative session. The children were tasked with making 'zines' that included images from all of their favourite things in life!


Year 1 have been exploring seasonal change. They used oil pastels to demonstrate how deciduous trees change through the seasons.


Year 1 & 2 have thoroughly enjoyed their Circus Sensible workshop today, learning lots of new skills and performing


Dolphin Class have created sets of instructions for their own 'mocktails' - They have been inspired by the story of Snow White in New York. In order to check their instructions out they had lots of fun making their creations.


We are so pleased that Emmie has been awarded a distinction for her grade 1 piano exam. Her daily practise on the grand piano in our HUB has really paid off and given us all some beautiful music to listen to as well. Congratulations Emmie!


Starfish Class have had the most exciting art workshop this week. an artist inspired by space, beamed in from Australia and gave the children a live introduction to her work, and how she has developed as an internationally acclaimed painter.


We are looking for an SRP Teaching Assistant to join our friendly team at Kings Hill... more details here -


Year 1 worked so hard on their hobby horses this week and we are amazed by the beautiful results. Well done!


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I enjoyed this so much and although a little hot, being on pilgrimage and talking about my pilgrimages to with the children was great. And a privilege to to face schools work again!


Turtle Class went on a pilgrimage to West Malling church this week. We walked through fields & Manor Park, stopping to look at the woodland habitat for our science topic. We were lucky to be accompanied by Rev. Mark, who showed us around & told us all about pilgrimages.


This week Year 5 have been lucky to have the support of an ex-Valley Park pupil with our singing. We have learnt 'Under the sea' and will be recording it in a few weeks time.


In our Maths lessons in Year 6, we have been learning how to manage a budget by planning and designing a Theme Park. The children were careful to make ongoing calculations, keeping track of their individual budgets throughout the planning stage.


We are delighted with the collaboration, resilience and enthusiasm that our children showed during our Primary Art Workshop this week. Everyone represented the school and Trust so well, and really built some fantastic skills and confidence using all kinds of art media.


Turtle class learnt about food that we might take on a journey. We considered how to make food healthy and practical to store and eat, and we made bread, cereal bars and salads, then planned our own ideal sandwich!


Year 1 took part in a wire workshop this morning to make their very own carousel horses! Thank you to Mrs Bull for coming from the to help us with this learning. They turned out so well!


Would you like to join our friendly team? We are currently looking for a Higher Level Teaching Assistant for a Special Needs position. You can find all the details, and apply, here:


In Year 2 we have been taking part in some acting to help us get inside the mind of the main character in our book for this term. Here are some children showing how the character felt staring into the deep, dark basement.


The children at Mindfulness Club made these amazing calming glitter jars! The photos don't do it justice to just how mesmerising they are.


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.


The children were very excited to come into school this morning to see that more partridges had hatched over night!


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!

Home Learning Wider Curriculum

Home learning will be uploaded termly, please take a look under the appropriate year group.  Other helpful links and documents will be uploaded regularly to assist with home learning. 



Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Virtual Classrooms

Virtual Classrooms for EYFS, KS1 and KS2 with addiitonal learning opportunities.

EYFS & KS1 Virtual Classroom

KS2 Virtual Classroom

Sensory Circuit Videos

Additional links and resources

Return to School Booklet

Spelling Strategies

Guide to Supporting Children's Mental Health 

Wellbeing Activity Calander


Reading - Ruth Miskin Training website

Virtual Library

Oxford Owl

School Reading List

Settle Stories

Free Children's Stories

Kids Read2Kids


Book Trust 

All You can Books


Oxford Owl EBooks - Accelerated Reader

Coronavirus - A Book for Children


Science and Technology

Free weekly science news programme

Home Science Activities

Sciencebob experiments

Twinkl science experiments

Support SEN pupils with science

Coding for children

Music and Art

Musical notes colouring

Colour by Musical Notes activity sheet (xylophone)

Songs for home learning

Mister Maker YouTube arts and crafts

Art techniques for kids (Pinterest)

Links to information across all subjects

Class Dojo Helpdesk 

Additional resource links - all subjects

Animated movies on topics in maths, science and English

French online learning - Les Puces

Purple Mash Parent Newsletter - April 2020


Children's Mental Health Week

COVID-19 Parenting - Keeping it Positive

Responding to the coronavirus - resources for mental health and wellbeing

Home Learning Activities - Feelings 

SEN Support and Strategies for at home

The Body Coach (Joe Wicks) daily PE lesson (The Body Coach YouTube channel)

Personal and Social Developmental Activities

Mote Park Orienteering

School Games Personal Challenges

Looking After Your Mental Health

Indoor Survival Techniques

Youth Sport Trust Free Home Learning Resources

Youth Sport Trust PE Home Learning

The imovement - fun activities for teachers and parents to keep children happy, healthy and focused

Kent County Council 24 hour helpline - Kent Together (support for vulnerable people in Kent who need urgent help, supplies or medication)


Parents' Complete Guide to the National Curriculum

BBC teach

COVID-19 Information poster

Support during School Closure for Parents and Carers (Ruth Miskin)

Coronavirus and your wellbeing

Look after your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus staying at home tips

Coronavirus information for children

Coronavirus advice for families staying at home

Supplementary SEN resources

Nessy/Dyslexia Rescources