What a lovely day we have had to end a great term!
Parents, peers and Year 2 children all enjoyed the chance to come and see our excellent project exhibition. As always, the standard was high and once again reflected the great effort our children have gone to.
On Tuesday 2nd April, Year 6 took part in their Brazilian Carnival, allowing the children the opportunity to show and demonstrate their fantastic musical instruments that they had created. There was a colourful array of instruments ranging from drums and shakers to windpipes and guitars all of which produced some interesting and suitable sounds! Each class showcased a small musical piece and the carnival ended with a brilliant year group carnival song, raising the roof of the school hall!
On Wednesday 3rd April, Year 6 had the opportunity to showcase all their hard work over the last two terms within Music in our Herne Bay Junior's Battle of the Bands. Each class demonstrated fantastic teamwork and enthusiasm and left the judges from Herne Bay High with the tricky job of choosing the overall winner. After much deliberation, the final winner, 6KO, was announced! Well done to all Year 6 children but a big congratulations in particular to the winning class. Also, a big thank you to Mr Miles for all his hard work in achieving such fantastic results with all the classes!
This dance is from the Year 4 Retro Realness Day. Please can you just say sit back and enjoy our Year 4 children doing their Retro Realness dance which was part of their topic and project this term.
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What an amazing day it was! Presented with a mountain of paper and card and using tape and glue for joins, the Art Builders were asked to work with a number of local artists and help to create everything it takes to make a lunar landscape. First of all, making the moon’s surface – that was a LOT of paper all joined up together. Next, we were asked to design and make long panels for a space ship, with lights, levers, buttons and more. Finally, we got busy constructing the moon buggy. A whole lot of people working together on that!