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May Ball

Submitted by headteacher on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 21:41

What another wonderful evening we all had at our annual May Ball. The sun shone, the lanterns twinkled and the laughter filled the air. Thank you to London Beach for hosting the event, Box of Frogs for providing the entertainment, all the parents new and current, the staff, and of course members of the PTFA who worked tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure the evening happened. Particular thanks must go to Emily McKay who championed the event and Tim Widdowson for his energetic comparing during the Heads and Tails and Auction. So far it looks like we have raised about £2,500-amazing! If you missed the event this year please put the date in your diary for next year as it truly is a lovely evening.

Three Peaks challenge

Submitted by headteacher on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 - 23:08

Help us fund-raise! A team of parents & teachers are taking part in a Three Peaks Challenge climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell & Snowden (& driving between them all) in 24 hours!  The money raised will be shared equally between Demelza Hopsice Care for Children and the PTFA of Goudhurst & Kilndown School.   Help us raise money for these two great causes - go online to 

Thank you for your support.

Maths Open Morning

Submitted by headteacher on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 - 12:08

It was lovely to welcome lots of parents this morning for our Maths Open Morning.    The school has recently introduced a 'Singaporian approach' to learning Maths called Inspire and today was a perfect opportunity for parents to see first hand how we now teach Maths at Goudhurst & Kilndown and how engaged our children are as a result.  Many classes took to the outdoors and much of the Maths equipment that the PTFA had kindly donated was also in full use. See the short 'Spark' video below.

One parent commented:

Dear Mrs Roberts,

Thank you for the opportunity to see Maths in action this morning. It was a delight to see such creative and enriching teaching and learning in every classroom. Every child I spoke to was engaged and eloquent about the thinking they were doing and they were all so happy and relaxed. Wonderful!

I would like to thank all the parents who joined us this morning and I am sure you will join me in thanking the staff for their dedication and of course all the children for all their continued hard work.

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