Awards and recognition
Find out about some of things we have been up to as a school lately. Here you will find blogs about a selection of activities, trips, visits and projects we've been involved in. From raising money for local and national charities we think are important to challenging ourselves with opportunities to learn new skills and further our learning. Always making sure we are having fun!
Awards and recognition
St. Mary's Harvest Festival - Friday 13th - not unlucky for us.
We love Open The Book. The parishioners from St.Mary's and Sissinghurst church come together to act out, and bring to life Bible stories. The children get to take part too.
Erika and Olivia came to see us on Wednesday 27th September. They brought with them several of their owls: short eared owls, little owl, a barn owl and an African owl. The children learnt all about them and got to see them in flight. It was really impressive seeing them fly over the children's head - without making a sound. All the children had their photographs taken with the barn owl too!
Andrew Smith - a man with a tarantula obsession - came to visit on Monday 9th October. Having been a science teacher for 22 years, he has a wealth of knowledge and a vast array of animals to share. The children met and handled several creatures, including: a bubble frog, cain toad, blue tongued lizard, tortoise, snake, cockroaches, chameleon, tarantula, giant African land snails, terrapins... the list was impressive. All the while, he taught classification, habitats, evolution... vast swathes of new language. An amazing day was had by all the children and they all learned so much. Andrew will definitely be back!
See the attached document to find out about attendance, house points and certificates!
On alternate Fridays we have a celebration service which is hosted by year 6.
We look at attendance & punctuality; collect up house points and celebrate the biggest winners; and we also give out certificates for fabulous learning and good conduct.
Have a look at the document below which was shared with pupils and parents.
The SEN policy is under review. We would like to invite stakeholders, such as parents to have their say and give their views.
Quantum Theatre joined us on Tuesday 21 June to perform an open air production of The Tale of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny.
Jacqui from Stay Calm came to see us on March 7th. She is the author of a book that is designed to help children with their feelings.
The 10th of March saw all the children leave the school for the afternoon. Together we embarked on a 3 mile walk across the fields and through the woods.