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Nursery-Visit to Wells Lodge: 
On Monday, another group of children visited Wells Lodge Nursing Home.  The children were very excited to be getting on a double deck bus. On this visit, we met Margaret, Bob and Jill.  The children shared some drawings and cards they had made with them and got the opportunity to make some animals out of felt. Mrs Wolfram also popped in for a visit.  Bob thought all of the children were very well behaved and very quiet. We agree with Bob, the children behaved amazingly.
Wells Lodge Nursing Home

Nursery-Visit to Wells Lodge:
On Monday, another group of children visited Wells Lodge Nursing Home. The children were very excited to be getting on a double deck bus. On this visit, we met Margaret, Bob and Jill. The children shared some drawings and cards they had made with them and got the opportunity to make some animals out of felt. Mrs Wolfram also popped in for a visit. Bob thought all of the children were very well behaved and very quiet. We agree with Bob, the children behaved amazingly.
Wells Lodge Nursing Home
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2 days ago
Year R -Forest School:
This week. the year R children were in the smaller top Forest School. 
They had a lot of fun playing all their games. Some of the children with a bit of help from Mrs Judd built a great den out of a camouflage net, while others made a huge long car track to whizz cars down. This absorbed some of the children for a long time.
There was a tower building challenge which eventually turned into building bug houses for a snail one of the boys found!
 The children were also exploring textures by using crayons to do some tree bark and leaf rubbings.
A fun session was had by all of the children  (and adults!)

Year R -Forest School:
This week. the year R children were in the smaller top Forest School.
They had a lot of fun playing all their games. Some of the children with a bit of help from Mrs Judd built a great den out of a camouflage net, while others made a huge long car track to whizz cars down. This absorbed some of the children for a long time.
There was a tower building challenge which eventually turned into building bug houses for a snail one of the boys found!
The children were also exploring textures by using crayons to do some tree bark and leaf rubbings.
A fun session was had by all of the children (and adults!)
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2 days ago
Year 4- Forest School:
Despite the damp and drizzly weather, the year 4 children got the opportunity to do some Forest School today.
The children all had a challenge task to build an obstacle course with the  added challenge that they would need to guide their blindfolded partner along  the course once it was built. They therefore had to make sure it was safe and easy to manoeuvre along. Great team work shown by all of the children.
It was also lovely to see the children all playing well together and making up some great imaginary games, the  sharing and thoughtfulness of some children really shone out. 
Well done year 4

Year 4- Forest School:
Despite the damp and drizzly weather, the year 4 children got the opportunity to do some Forest School today.
The children all had a challenge task to build an obstacle course with the added challenge that they would need to guide their blindfolded partner along the course once it was built. They therefore had to make sure it was safe and easy to manoeuvre along. Great team work shown by all of the children.
It was also lovely to see the children all playing well together and making up some great imaginary games, the sharing and thoughtfulness of some children really shone out.
Well done year 4
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2 days ago
Year 2 -Forest School:
Year 2 had a busy session in Forest School this week.
There was a lot of imaginary games being played often with a mud recipe or two at the centre of them!
Some of the boys decided they wanted to make an extra high car ramp, our usual ramps not being high enough, so they found a tree and made a ramp to see how fast they could make the cars go. 
One lovely addition to our Forest School has been our quiet den tepee, kindly built by Mr Wakeling. In this, the children were able to take time out to be peaceful,  or to read and draw. 
If you have any spare clean cushions, they would be greatly appreciated.
As an extra treat the children had endo of term hot chocolate and popcorn around the fire. Unfortunately for India class the popcorn wouldnt pop, so  we will have another try next week!

Year 2 -Forest School:
Year 2 had a busy session in Forest School this week.
There was a lot of imaginary games being played often with a mud recipe or two at the centre of them!
Some of the boys decided they wanted to make an extra high car ramp, our usual ramps not being high enough, so they found a tree and made a ramp to see how fast they could make the cars go.
One lovely addition to our Forest School has been our quiet den tepee, kindly built by Mr Wakeling. In this, the children were able to take time out to be peaceful, or to read and draw.
If you have any spare clean cushions, they would be greatly appreciated.
As an extra treat the children had endo of term hot chocolate and popcorn around the fire. Unfortunately for India class the popcorn wouldn't pop, so we will have another try next week!
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2 days ago
Year 1- Forest School:
This week, the year 1 children had a lovely time in Forest School, playing their imaginary games. It was lovely to hear the stories and games that they were making up and to see how nicely they were playing with each other . A great favourite is still the mud kitchen where lots of lovely recipes and potions are made.
This week  the highlight was the opening of our Tepee made by Mr Wakeling.  A mat and some cushions were put in there with some books and drawing equipment. The children were then able to use the teepee to take some quiet time and just be peaceful.  This is another great addition to the Forest School, so if you do have a few spare clean cushions to donate they would be gratefully received.

Year 1- Forest School:
This week, the year 1 children had a lovely time in Forest School, playing their imaginary games. It was lovely to hear the stories and games that they were making up and to see how nicely they were playing with each other . A great favourite is still the mud kitchen where lots of lovely recipes and potions are made.
This week the highlight was the opening of our Tepee made by Mr Wakeling. A mat and some cushions were put in there with some books and drawing equipment. The children were then able to use the teepee to take some quiet time and just be peaceful. This is another great addition to the Forest School, so if you do have a few spare clean cushions to donate they would be gratefully received.
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2 days ago
School Fayre:
We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone that came along to our Summer Fayre. 
With your amazing support we raised a fantastic total of ยฃ1,597.76 for school funds. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

School Fayre:
We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone that came along to our Summer Fayre.
With your amazing support we raised a fantastic total of ยฃ1,597.76 for school funds. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
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2 days ago
Year 5 - Folkestone Academy:
Yesterday, Year 5 were invited to the Olympics at Folkestone Academy! They enjoyed cricket, skateboarding, athletics, football and handball and were lucky with the weather. It was a great day out and they showed their brilliant skills as well as their sportsmanship and inclusivity!

Year 5 - Folkestone Academy:
Yesterday, Year 5 were invited to the Olympics at Folkestone Academy! They enjoyed cricket, skateboarding, athletics, football and handball and were lucky with the weather. It was a great day out and they showed their brilliant skills as well as their sportsmanship and inclusivity!
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2 days ago
Year 6 - Cake Sale:

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3 days ago
Year 3- Visit to the Roman Villa site: 
Last Thursday, the children walked to the Warren to visit the Roman Villa site. They got to speak to a member of the Archaeology Trust and learnt about how the site was being excavated and what would happen if they found a skeleton! They even learnt that some of the site has been dated as far back as the Iron Age. This trip has definitely inspired some children to consider Archaeology as a career in the future.

Year 3- Visit to the Roman Villa site:
Last Thursday, the children walked to the Warren to visit the Roman Villa site. They got to speak to a member of the Archaeology Trust and learnt about how the site was being excavated and what would happen if they found a skeleton! They even learnt that some of the site has been dated as far back as the Iron Age. This trip has definitely inspired some children to consider Archaeology as a career in the future.
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3 days ago
France Class -Glassworks printing workshop:
On Tuesday, the children in France class were lucky enough to visit the Glassworks in town to take part in a printing workshop. They learnt about what makes a good logo before designing and creating a logo that represented them. The children worked so hard and were really proud of their finished artwork.

France Class -Glassworks printing workshop:
On Tuesday, the children in France class were lucky enough to visit the Glassworks in town to take part in a printing workshop. They learnt about what makes a good logo before designing and creating a logo that represented them. The children worked so hard and were really proud of their finished artwork.
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3 days ago
District sports:
Last week a group of children attended District Sports at the Three Hills and they all did a fantastic job! Well done to all involved.

District sports:
Last week a group of children attended District Sports at the Three Hills and they all did a fantastic job! Well done to all involved.
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3 days ago
Year 6 - Leavers Disco: 
The children in Year 6 enjoyed a fantastic evening at their Leavers Disco, held in the transformed KS2 hall. Adorned with golden stars and balloons, the hall looked magical. A big hit of the evening was the ever-popular chocolate fountain, which delighted everyone.
There was lots of a dancing and singing and even a couple of performances on the stage to โ€˜Gangnam Style.โ€™
A huge thank you goes out to the PTFA, who worked tirelessly to make this event unforgettable for the Year 6 students. As volunteers, they generously give up their free time to support the children in the school, and we are incredibly grateful for their dedication and hard work.

Year 6 - Leavers Disco:
The children in Year 6 enjoyed a fantastic evening at their Leavers Disco, held in the transformed KS2 hall. Adorned with golden stars and balloons, the hall looked magical. A big hit of the evening was the ever-popular chocolate fountain, which delighted everyone.
There was lots of a dancing and singing and even a couple of performances on the stage to โ€˜Gangnam Style.โ€™
A huge thank you goes out to the PTFA, who worked tirelessly to make this event unforgettable for the Year 6 students. As volunteers, they generously give up their free time to support the children in the school, and we are incredibly grateful for their dedication and hard work.
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5 days ago