Harvest Festival Assembly
We big thank you to parents for your kind and generous donations. Each class presented a well decorated and filled Harvest Festival box. They will be distributed to Medway Food bank as our chosen charity this year and will be re-distributed to those who need it.
On behalf of them we thank you again.
BSL Sign Language
Our first group of children have now completed their course in BSL. Congratulations to them on a fantastic effort and doing so well. We hope they all enjoyed learning to sign.
Certificates will be awarded next week to all attendees.
Worms, worms and more worms – Gardening club update
This week our young gardeners have been digging the compost to provide enriching soil to grow our harvests.
They all put on their wellies and started digging.
A selection of the photographs are here.
Our attendance mascots now have names, Always There Fleur for KS1 and Don’t Be Late Dave for KS2.
This weeks attendance Mascots have been awarded to:
Always There Fleur: Hazel – 98.33% attendance.
Don’t Be Late Dave: Joint 1st Cedar and Hawthorn – 98.7% attendance
Congratulations to all three classes.
This weeks assembly was all about different things that we should be doing to keep ourselves healthy. We talked about how to get our 5 a day fruit and vegetables and what types of exercise pupils can do to make sure that they are getting their 60 minutes of per day.
Pupils were asked to think about other ways that they can keep healthy. Please comment and tell us:
1. Other ways that you can keep healthy
2. What exercises you do
3. How you make sure that you get your 5 a day fruit and vegetables
Click on the document below for a reminder of ideas