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Celebration Worship

Submitted by headteacher on Sunday, July 8, 2018 - 23:00

On Friday we decided to take our celebration assembly outside and what a wondeful occasion it was! The children engaged purposefully with all our celbration activities despite the heat!

Manger Mouse

Submitted by headteacher on Sunday, December 17, 2017 - 23:18
Wow didn't they do well!! Last week we were treated to three wonderful performances by Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. The children spoke confidently and capably and sang beautifully. Well done to everyone, you were amazing!  
On Tuesday 12th Decemeber members of the community joined us for lunch, tea and mince pies and then enjoyed watching the dress rehearsal. I received this email following the performance:
Thank you for such a splendid lunch followed by the enchanting nativity play.  I am sure the subsequent performances will have gone well as the children were so confident and word perfect.  Whoever organised this production did a very good job.

My renewed thanks for inviting me.

With all good wishes for Christmas and the New Year.

Please take a look at all the other photos in the gallery

Visit to Canterbury Cathedral

Submitted by headteacher on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 - 00:02

Today Year 6 were one of a number of schools who visited Canterbury Cathedral. They took part in a variety of workshops and thoroughly enjoyed their experience. Demi and Sam were invited to lead Worship at the event which they did with confidence and eloquence. Indeed Bishop Trevor made a point of speaking to Mr Goodman afterwards and said: "Your worship leaders gave an extraordinary and flawless performance."

We are all very proud of you year 6!

Service in Christ Church and Kilndown Walk

Submitted by headteacher on Wednesday, June 15, 2016 - 22:16

Today Wednesday 15th June the children in KS2 went on their annual visit to Christ Church, Kilndown. A short service led by Year 6 pupils and Kevin Draper began at 9am following which the children in Y4, Y5 and Y6  walked back to school via the Millennium Walk.  Thank you to all of the parents who kindly offered to walk with the children back to school. Please click here to view the wonderful pictures taken by Mrs Chapman.

The children in Y3 remained in Kilndown after the church service when David Denton told the class all about the history of the village, followed by a tour of the vicarage. 

Talking to the children once back at school, it was clear they all had had a truly enjoyable and informative day.

Thank you to everyone who was involved.

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