KINGSLEY SCHOOL ROCKS!
We came top of the rocks in the town tournament.
1st place with 137,229 points. Well done to everyone who took part!
Starting this week , all children will be receiving a phone call from their teacher to discuss how they are getting on with their home learning. The teachers are really looking forward to speaking to the children and are eager to offer their support. Parents: the call will be made on a weekday during normal school hours (9:00am - 4:00pm) using a withheld number. These calls will happen weekly.*
Don't forget that we are also available via email 9:00am - 3:00pm every school day.
We would love to hear from you. Children, parents and carers are able to use the email below to ask questions, share work and activities you have been doing or to just to keep in touch.
*Note: These calls will not take place during the Easter Holidays.
Here is just a couple-
He completed a job for someone that would really help them out.
He took some ME time and do something he enjoys.
Lacey has been making a seriously delicious looking cheesecake!
"I like to bake with my big sister Chloe. We made a milky bar cheesecake together. It was really nice.
I helped to mash the biscuits up and put the milky bar chocolate in the bowl to melt. I then put the cheese in and mixed it all together with the chocolate and then decorated it."
Thomas has made a taste bud tingling pie! He even created a PowerPoint to help us make one of our own!
Check out the original PowerPoint underneath the video version if you want to make your own. Don't forget to let us know how it goes!
With everyone celebrating VE Day, Dylan has been learning about World War 2 with his Dad. He wrote this poem to show his appreciation of those who fought in the war. Well done Dylan on your amazing knowledge and effort.
Macie - Jay has enjoyed her 10th birthday. She celebrated by choosing a night of ‘steak and spa’. It looks like she had a fab time!
She enjoyed creating her poster about Space. It is full of facts and very well presented. Well done Macie-Jay!
Whilst working on comparisons between England and Thailand, Olivia decided to make a Thai stir fry to compare the flavours. She enjoyed making it and said it was delicious!
The Year 5 Team are really impressed with Charlie and how hard he is working. He is keeping very busy! We especially love the times table board and challenge cards. Well done Charlie.
Year 5 - We have a challenge for you!
Now we know you are all busy working on the activities and packs you have been given, but let's not forget that you are all living History. In years to come, people will study the time the world stood still for Corona Virus! We believe that it is important to remember this, for one day your children (and grandchildren) will want to know all about it, so what better way than to create a time capsule? Something that can be looked back on in decades to come. Now this could be made in a small box, a journal, a container, a photo album, anything that will allow you to show what was going on at this time. Things that we may not see again such as tape in the supermarkets, rainbows in everyone's windows, dodgy haircuts, empty streets etc. We can't wait to see what you come up with - remember this isnt a task for us at school, it is a task for yourself in the future so let's have some fun with it!
If you require any additional information regarding our curriculum, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher or a member of the Leadership Team.