Back to school Wednesday 4th September 2019! |  Energy Kidz: After School Club starting on Wednesday 4th September! For more information and for bookings go bookings.energy-kidz.co.uk or call 0333 577 1533. |
Today Year 5 and 6 had visitors from Chartwell National Trust. They give us an ‘object handling storytelling’ workshop on Winston Churchill. At first we had an interesting assembly and we learnt several new facts about Winston Churchill and his life. After assembly we had the workshop in our class room and we had 3 activities. […]
On Friday 3rd May, Holly, Ellen, Yvie and Ethan went to Christ’s Hospital to attend an orienteering day. Once we arrived we watched the band parade. It was AMAZING! Then we walked to the big building and we received information on the day ahead. Next we went to a hut by a tennis court and […]
As per the last newsletter Buster’s Book Club has started and we already have seen an increase in reading in many classes around the school. Last week (Week 1), on Friday 3rd May, Buster bear was won by Year 2 Mrs Jacobs’ class as over 70% of children read for 15 minutes or more. The […]
Reception children went on a very exciting farm adventure to Godstone farm.They went on a bug hunt, a tractor ride, met some fluffy and slimy animals and even saw some dinosaurs. Great fun was had by all the children and the adults!
KS1 children had the pleasure of visiting Hever Castle as part of their Spring Term topic.The children had a great time in the glorious weather exploring the castle and the gardens. “The trip to Hever castle was really good because we saw a knight’s armour that would worth a million pound. We also saw someone […]
ECO Club – Grow your own chips! Eco Club had the pleasure to be invited to take part in “Grow your own chips!” scheme run by Squires garden centre. Squire’s believe it’s so important that children learn where their food comes from through a fun and interactive potato planting sessions. Each child was given a […]
Children always have fun at Cooking Club, but this week the fun factor was through the roof! All children had the opportunity of making their own pancake batter and chopping up their favourite ingredients for the filling. However, the funniest part that they all enjoyed was flipping the pancakes. This provided great entertainment for everyone.