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Round up of Term 2

After another busy term leading up to Christmas, the children enjoyed a well deserved break and have returned to school ready to tackle the challenges ahead.

below are some of the highlights from Term 2.

Building Stonehenge out of biscuits!

The children were set the challenge to work in groups to reproduce Stonehenge out of biscuits! Their engagement was high as they competed to see who's model was the most accurate. Unfortunately, their Stonehenge replicas didn't last as long as the original as their reward was to eat their constructions!

Visiting Whitfield Church to celebrate Christingle.

On a beautiful December morning we walked to Whitfield Village Church for a Christingle celebration. The children each made a Christingle 'orange' and sang a Christmas carol before the walk back to school. We were very impressed by the excellent behaviour and enthusiasm of all of the children and there wasn't a single complaint about the walk! A super morning was had by all.

Our Working Walls

Round Up Of Term 1

It has been an enjoyable first Term with Zebra Class with all of us learning about each other as new challenges have been faced and conquered. Below is a round up of some of the activities that have been taking place during Term 1 across the different curriculum areas.

Classifying Rocks in Science

How to wash an animal - Instruction Writing in Literacy

Making Mammoths by following instructions in Literacy

Our Working Walls and Classroom Displays

Trip to Kent Museum of Life


On Monday we had a lovely Stone Age day at the Kent Museum of Life. The children took part in a number of workshops which enhanced their knowledge of Stone Age life. They particularly enjoyed meeting 'Claws', a Stone Age man who gave them all Stone Age names and also gave them useful tips about how to hunt for their dinner!

Stone Age Day at the Kent Museum of Life

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