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Our Value this term is Perserverance
Oak Class

     Miss Suckling     Mrs Wollerton   


Welcome to our webpage!

Please scroll down to discover what our latest Learning Journey is.

Overviews of all our Learning Journeys can be found at the bottom of the page.


Our Current Learning Journey

We have lots to look forward to this term!

The name of our Learning Journey is...


Lands that lie beyond...

Our class text is...

‘Nim’s Island’ by Wendy Or

What will we be learning on our journey? 


The pictures to the right will give you a clue!

What is it like being in Oak Class? 


The pictures to the right will give you a clue!

Dance photographs courtesy of Kent & Sussex Courier.

Residential Trip 2019 - Kingswood, Ashford.


The last few days have been wonderful here at Kingswood! The children have had a packed schedule; taking part in lots of exciting activities all day long. So far the children have had the opportunity to take part in wall climbing, the 3G swing (ask Miss Suckling about her experience...), the equilibrium swing, problem-solving, an obstacle course, a campfire, a movie night and a few games of football thrown in for good measure. It's hard to believe it's only Wednesday. The children are having a fab time, rain or no rain and are looking forward to seeing loved ones at home on Friday.

There's nothing quite like climbing to the top of a 45 foot poll in the pouring rain before leaping off to test one's resolve and sense of self belief. We are so proud of all those who tried and especially as many made it all the way to the top to take their leap of faith. Both Miss Suckling and Mr. Varley also gave it their all, and were cheered on enthusiastically by the children below. The evening activities saw the children save some water balloons from their inevitable end by designing and producing a protective casing, before battling it out in an all-star dance off.. (Can you believe the boys were victorious?)

Although we woke to another gloomy day this morning, the smiles have remained on the faces of the children! This morning the children have enjoyed a cooked breakfast before learning how to fence. On guard! Aeroball was enjoyed by all, although after 1.5 hours of bouncing, the children are quite tired!

We are really amazed by the achievements of the children so far this week. Despite some challenging weather conditions, the children have done amazingly well at all the activities they have tried. They have certainly embodied the values of Five Ashes throughout this week and we are very proud of the attitude they have displayed. The children look forward to seeing those collecting them at Kingswood tomorrow afternoon at 1p.m.

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