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Please take a look at this weeks Sensory Circuit Video for you to participate in:


As part of our work on polar animals, Starfish children in school have been experimenting with ice. We used some 'magic powder' to make the ice stick to our string.


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Don't forget our Primary Weekly Challenge - we want to know how many star jumps you can do in 1 minute! The record so far is VERY impressive! Email to tell us how many you did!


Dolphin Class have been learning all about rivers in their topic this week and Annabel has produced some great art work.


Are you looking for a new challenge? We are currently looking for Teaching Assistant for our Specialist Resource Provision. Would you like to join the friendly team at our lovely primary school? You can find all the details here:


This week in science Seal Class children have been looking at the three different types of skeletons.


Well done Rhys in Starfish Class for your amazing caterpillar!


Paige in Year 3 has worked so hard on her writing this week! She has also been researching her hero for our "Write a letter to a hero day" coming up on Wednesday. Well done - keep up the great work!


Today, Sharks, Whales and Starfish children in the hub were treated to hot chocolate, marshmallows and cookies for working so hard last week! Keep up the good work.


A massive well done to Dolphin class for making Mary Berry 'fork biscuits' this afternoon as part of winning our reading competition - we think she would be very impressed with your creative alternatives! The glitter sprinkles and choc chips were a great addition!


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Creative division problem solving by Whale Class! Excellent work everyone!


Here is a helpful guide to keep your child safe when chatting online.


Whales Class were inspired by the work of Matisse to create these amazing collages! What superb artists you are!


Shark class have been busy finding different objects in their home to measure themselves with! They have compared their heights to other people in their family. What could you use at home to measure yourself?


Well done to Dougal in Starfish Class who has made this fantastic Spiders web at home!


This week in English, Seal Class have been creating a story map for the text The Great Kapok Tree by


Thank you so much for sharing all of your Reading Rainbows, we were very impressed by how much reading each group had done over the last two weeks but our winning class was Dolphin Class. They will take part in the 'Live' cooking lesson on Friday!


Favourite book alert! This is what Evie had to say about 'Little Monsters' by "I liked the part in the book where Howler makes new friends and he is happy."


Don't forget to take part in this weeks Primary Challenge! We’d like to know your favourite book from these last few months. Please send us the title and author, and just one sentence about why you enjoyed it so much, to:


Children have been introduced to the Numbots app today during lessons, please do take a look at our short video on how to use the site:


Children have been introduced to the Times Table Rock Star app today during lessons, please do take a look at our short video on how to use the site:


The children in school also took part in our Times Tables Rock Stars Launch! today!


Look at some of our pupils ready to rock for our Times Tables Rock Stars Launch! We can't wait to see what they think of the new resource and how well they get on with the different games and tournaments within the app!


Starfish took part in an art lesson and created some fantastic spider drawings. They then joined to find out all about mini beasts. They were introduced to a variety of creatures and got to quiz the host on all things creepy and crawly.


Turtle Class have enjoyed their virtual science lessons this week and have shared some great photos. Keep up the great work everyone!


This week, Seal Class have been looking at climate zones across the world in their topic lessons.


There are two classes that are level in terms of how many reading rainbows have been completed. Please send across any Reading Rainbows, even if not completed, evidence of how much you have read so far as this may get your class into the Live Cooking lesson on Friday at 1.30pm.


Our rich and exciting curriculum is continuing at home. As this present verb French work demonstrates. The children are enjoying French signing and singing as well.


Working in a different way can be really enjoyable and memorable. Why not try a hot chocolate walk too!


Our students are so creative, and are using the Home Learning opportunity to practise lots of observational drawing! What stunning artists you all are!


Year 4 and Year 5 have been posting some amazing Respect posters on Class Dojo! Thank you everyone, keep sharing your brilliant work.


Oak National Academy have launched the in partnership with , which will offer free books & audiobooks to pupils as they learn from home. This week, you can read 's The Story of Tracy Beaker.


Please do take a look at this weeks Sensory Circuit video for you to all take part in!


A huge well done to Tia in Year 6, who decided to change her 100 step challenge into 1000 steps! Great effort Tia keep it up.


Congratulations to Isabella in Yr5 on receiving her Blue Peter Sports Badge, she now has 8 Blue Peter badges in her collection, her favourite being her Diamond badge! Well done on all your hard work!


George in Yr4 is doing the big garden birdwatch and would like to encourage his friends to take part! He wants to help raise money for the RSPB. If you would like to take part please donate £3 and you will receive a pin badge. The link is


Valley Invicta Primary School at Kings Hill would like to thank our local MP for the opportunity to share our concerns with him today on a conference call and we look forward to hearing back soon!


Take a look at this weeks sensory circuit video for you all to take part in

Personal Development

Personal Development is at the heart of our Rights Respecting school curriculum learning journey.  It develops, promotes and enables a range of skills that allow our children to be really effective life-long learners.

Together, our school community learn about UNICEF children’s rights, putting them into practice every day. Children’s rights are promoted and realised, adults and children work towards this goal together.

We support every child to acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their emotions, feelings and to learn to communication these effectively through an ethos and culture of inclusion and mutual respect.

As part of a whole-school approach, PD education develops the qualities and attributes children need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society. The benefits to pupils of such an approach are numerous as PD prepares them to manage many of the most critical opportunities, challenges and responsibilities they will face growing up in such rapidly changing and challenging times.

It also helps pupils to connect and apply the knowledge and understanding they learn in all subjects to practical, real-life situations while helping them to feel safe and secure enough to fulfil their academic potential.

Our whole school approach promotes effective relationships between all members of the school community. The promotion of pupils’ personal and social development underpins other learning. PD education contributes to assists children and young people to build:

  • their personal identities,
  • confidence
  • self-esteem
  • understanding of their own decision-making.

Developing self-understanding, empathy and the ability to work with others helps our pupils to enjoy healthy and productive relationships in all aspects of their lives. Our talented team adapt and responding to the approach that enables each individual to be successful.

Skills Children Learn:

Always in an age appropriate way, we help the children shape and manage their lives, now and in the future, and help them to learn every day essential, life skills, including:

  • The Development of self-understanding, empathy and healthy, productive relationships
  • Relationships Education
  • Eating healthily
  • Keeping safe on the road
  • How to stay safe on the internet
  • The promotion of good mental health

Relationship Education

From September 2020, Relationships Education is now compulsory in Primary Schools.

In keeping with our School ethos, the children are encouraged, and frequently reminded, to speak to a trusted adult when they have any concerns or worries.

To embrace the challenges of creating a happy and successful adult life, pupils need knowledge that will enable them to make informed decisions about their wellbeing, health and relationships and to build their self-efficacy.

Pupils can also put this knowledge into practice as they develop the capacity to make sound decisions when facing risks, challenges and complex contexts.

Understanding Relationships and Health Education in your child’s primary school: a guide for parents



Throughout the school year, we are fortunate to have various visitors to help bring our PD curriculum to life, including visits from:

  • The Police
  • The Fire Service
  • A dental health advisor
  • Road safety experts
  • Kent Magistrates Service


Anti- Bullying

Valley Invicta Primary School at Kings Hill promotes an environment free from threat, harassment and any type of bullying behaviour. As an official Anti-Bullying school trained by the Diana Award Scheme;

Our aims include:

  • Ensuring all members of the school community has an understanding of what constitutes bullying.
  • Creating an atmosphere and environment where children, parents and staff feel able to tell the school about bullying if it arises and are confident it will be taken seriously and dealt with.
  • To put in place clear procedures for dealing with incidents of bullying.

Project Salus


Salus offers a huge range of innovative services and evidence based training programmes to improve the lives of children.

Children, young people and families also help to govern the services they deliver in school. Through strong pupil voice and participation, Salus are able to ensure that they offer the most effective service to improve well-being and engagement.

Please take a look at their Website to find out more. 

Personal Development Events

Opportunities to promote Specific PD events

Each year we celebrate national and international events which work to reinforce or work to celebrate inclusion and personal development, such as:

  • Children’s Mental Health Week
  • UNICEF International Children’s Day
  • Anti-bullying Week
  • National On-line Safety Week
  • World Autism Awareness Week
  • Concern Worldwide Refuge week


Celebrating Success

We aim for all our pupils to have a positive attitude to learning and to be proud of their achievements both in school and out of school.  Every Thursday we have a whole school Celebration Assembly that is extremley popular with both the children and teachers.  The Celebration Assembly gives us all a chance to share the fantastic learning that goes on in our classrooms and to celebrate individual achievements.

Each week we celebrate:

Achievement Award: A child from each class recieves praise and a certificate to recognise their achievement and effort over the week.

Rights Respecting Award: One child from each class recieves praise and a certificate to recognise their Rights Respecting behaviour and their commitment to the Rights Respecting Schools initiative.

Dojo Award: A child from each class is presented with a certificate for achieving the most dojos across the week.

Lunchtime Award: A child from each class is presented with a certificate for excellent behaviour and helpfulness supporting the Midday Meal Supervisors.

We also hold a termly celebration assembly when we invite parents into school to celebrate children being awarded a certificate for the following areas:

Reading Achievement

Mathematician Achievement 

Writer Achievement

Ready Respectful and Safe


Sports Personality

Governor Award (as voted for by our Local School Board)

All the children who are celebrated in the Celebration Assembly are also mentioned in our weekly school newsletter.    

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