Year 4 children continue their learning about the vikings and the United Kingdom's rich viking history. They were treated to a visit by a resident expert who helped the children explore various aspects of viking culture. Children got to see a few artefacts that were a 1000 years old and were taught how to play ancient viking games, take part in a war march, as well as experience a little spear wrestling.
Updated risk assessment: 13th November 2020 - For more detailed information on our assessment of the risks relating to Covid-19, please read the following: FULL RISK ASSESSMENT. Joint headteachers Mrs Cutts and Mrs Heaney have also prepared a short video explaining the planned one-way system on entering and leaving the school permises when school opens. Watch it HERE
Two eager fundraisers from Beech class took matters into their own hands when during lockdown they saw television appeals for endangered animals. They designed some posters to raise funds and through family and friends raised £34.20.
Now, after talking to their teacher Mr. Chamberlain and to Mrs Millsted who organises the School Eco-Council, the girls said “We have decided to adopt a grey seal through the Kent Wildlife Trust”. There are also plans to adopt a Snow Leopard too!
Public Health England shares how we can work together to make sure we can continue to give children and young people the best education in the safest way possible.
One important part of ensuring the safety and wellbeing of pupils, parents and our communities is testing for coronavirus. We all have a duty to make sure that the right people have access to get tested at the right time. Every time a test is used inappropriately, a person with Covid-19 symptoms may miss out on getting tested. Read the full guidance HERE