Some of our children were lucky enough to travel to London today and see the west end musical Mary Poppins! We had a minibus full of excited children who took in all the landmarks in London on their way to the Prince Edward theatre. The atmosphere once inside the theatre was magic, ice creams were ordered, programmes studied and then it was showtime! The first half had the children asking how you spelt supercalifragilisticexpialidocious which was a challenge for Mrs Amos!!
Through the month of November, Herne Bay Junior’s Litter Vengers worked with local artists at The Seaside Museum, William Street, Herne Bay. They spent many enjoyable hours, across three key sessions, creating storyboards, puppets and ideas to make an animation as part of The Really Rubbish Exhibition. We feel so proud of the finished creation and feel sure you will too!
Why don’t you pop along to our local Seaside Museum and take a peep at this amazing exhibition. There is also an opportunity to share the film itself with family and friends on this page (see the link below).
We were very fortunate to be nominated as a school by Clare Edwards, Director of Learning and Events for Young Voices for our children to be filmed by ITV Meridian News rehearsing for their concert in 2020. There was huge excitement when the call came from Meridian to say they were coming and a great afternoon was had by all showcasing what they are learning for the Young Voices Concert at the 02 Arena in London next year. Some of the choir members were interviewed and asked about why they love to be part of this amazing event and this will be aired on the ITV Meridian News in the coming days.
On Thursday 12th December, Year 3 children brought in their 'Life in the Freezer' projects about an Arctic or Antarctic animal of their choice. They chose many different types of animal including penguin, polar bears, narwhals and wolverines!
Year 5 invited many parents and carers in on Monday 16th December to share this terms work including Maths, English and their DT Lunar Buggies. Their projects were also on display including some fantastic recycled bags, scarves, gloves, cushions, and pencil cases made from old clothes, that the children had worked hard on over the last two terms.