This week the children were inspired to lead their own learning - it was wonderful!
The children wanted to remember all those that gave their lives to protect and save us. The centenary of the First World War was the ideal opportunity for the children to organise a church service at St Michael's and All Angels - it was a beautiful service
The whole explored zentangles and created a hand, which represented the school family and how we help, support and respect one another. These hands were used to create a display that is currently displayed in our hall.
Upper school are studying Shackleton's Journey and they became explorers for the day. This active learning allowed the children to consider what they wanted to learn and how...
Mrs Ainsworth our science Leader organised an active learning day for the whole school. They experiemented and exlpored all day long!
The children experienced a Viking active learing day - fun and enjoyment was had by all!
Our children enjoying the snow!
The new RE Syllabus was released very recently and our RE Leader was very keen to begin the new curriculum content (even though not necessary until Sept 18). The children had a wonderful time discussing Christianity with their peers and working collaboratively together.
The school celebrated World Religions Day by offing the children the chance to visit classrooms where a specific religion was accommodated.
Children worked in pairs or groups to discuss and share knowledge in order to solve mathematical problems.
The year 5 children from Brenchley Class were invited to Cornwallis Park by Maidstone Borough Council to plant some trees - it was cold and very wet, but they had a fantastic time!
Our wonderful children performed Straw and Order
New Library thanks to the PTFA
Displays before the work!
Take a look at our school displays - we are very, very proud of our school and the staff work exceptionaly hard to make sure the environement is wonderful for the children.
Look at our marvellous classroom displays. These displays not only celebrate the children's work, but also supports their learning.