News Letter 23/03/2030/03/20
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CEOP are releasing every fortnight online activity packs for children and parents to do together during the school closures.
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Parents are able to go direct to KCS school supplier to purchase art/crafts, stationery and some toiletries, and have these delivered direct to your home.
IASK (Information, Advice and Support Kent) are working together with Kent Adult Education to provide a programme for parents in discovering new ways to build resilience in families. Join up information is on the poster, but if you would like to talk with us for more information then please find a member of the Welfare Team.
Albert Einstein’s birthday was on March 14th. His work changed the way we view the world forever. Jemison class had a super afternoon doing a selection of physics experiments that could be performed at a birthday party for Albert Einstein. These included; tin can races using charged balloons, making slime, blowing up balloons with lemonade and seeing who could create the longest straw and still be able to suck up water through it! The children were really engaged and had great fun!
Dansaki is a new restaurant opening in Elwick Place. Year 1 entered their art competition for a chance to have their art printed on Dansaki's children's menus. Even though no one from Beaver Green won, Lily Webb and Percy Crate from 1HJ came 3rd and 4th respectively! The girls and some of the other children from the year group were awarded £5 discounts to spend when the restaurant opens! Well done everyone!
Congratulations to 4OE who are our weekly attendance champions.
Year 2 had a lovely time learning all about Jonah and the Whale for R.E. day.We listened to the story and then we worked together to retell the story.
We also enjoyed creating our own whale using paper plates and mosaic tiles. We think they look fantastic!
On Monday, Rocksteady delivered workshops for years R-6. All children received a letter explaining that children will be able to sign up to be in a band and choose which instrument they'd like to play. Starting in May, every Friday afternoon for half an hour they will work with their band to choose and learn songs of their choice, building towards a performance to parents at the end of the term. There are only 45 spaces across the school available and they will be offered on a first come, first serve basis! Refer to the letter or Miss Salter for more information.