If you were in school early on Wednesday morning, then you might have noticed a heightened buzz! The Year Three children were in and ready for their trip to Dover Castle.
The coaches were lined up in the carpark ready to carry all 119 children to the south side of Kent. Having had a preparation assembly, question time and an informative letter for parents, all the children were eager to enjoy the day as much as possible.
When we arrived, the gate keeper welcomed us and pointed us in the right direction. 3CC and 3LJ headed into the Hospital Tunnels whilst 3HH and 3BM were guided towards the offices that led Operation Dynamo, rescuing the British Armed Forces from Dunkirk.
We are delighted to announce our Girl’s Football Team won the Premier League Primary Stars Football Tournament. They will represent Kent at Leicester City Football Club. This is a massive achievement, we are so proud of their performance.
What a fantastic day! Our trip to Spires Academy was full of new experiences for the children and gave a real insight into the equipment and learning they could experience in secondary school. Immediately, the children were engaged as it was revealed they were finding the murderer of Lord Monty.
This week we celebrated our World Book Day. This was a little later than originally planned due to the snow! We were very impressed to see the amazing outfits which the children wore; it was also great to see so many of the staff joining in too! It was certainly difficult choosing our prize winners! Lots of fun was had across the school and the children were also very lucky to have benefited from another week of the book fair!
This week we were fortunate to have the author Ross Montgomery visit our school and speak to the children in assembly. He then sold and signed books for so many children.