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Over the last week and a bit, the whole school has had it’s very first Activity Week! We expanded our horizons and celebrated the end of term by taking a journey around the world! Our aims were to develop the children’s awareness of international mindfulness, create awareness of the UN sustainability goals and celebrate the […]
Each year, as part of our Year Six curriculum, we offer the students the opportunity to learn how to keep themselves safe when cycling on the road. Here are some of the things they learnt this year. Bengal Tigers ‘Bikeability was a memorable and informative experience. We learned how to safely cycle on different types […]
Y2 were over the moon to walk onto our playground on the 16th June and discover a car show to help kick off their inquiry. They explored the FORM and FUNCTION of different cars, while also discussing their likes, dislikes and different PERSPECTIVES. They were able to compare a convertible Mercedes, a Fiat 500, a […]
In nursery we are learning about different types of animals and the role they play in our lives. We have a class pet dog called ‘Pete the Pug’. The children all took turns to show Pete the Pug around the classroom and garden. We discussed together what types of animals are good to keep as […]
On Monday 19th April (slightly ahead of the worldwide date), the whole school took part in Earth Day. We learnt about sustainability and each year group investigated and took action to help solve a different environmental issue. Our central idea was, ‘People need to care for the natural environment’ and the children at Dartford Primary […]
Our Emotional Wellbeing Team have released some new workshops for this term. Please see the list below: If there is a workshop you would like but cannot see listed, please get in touch! If you have any questions or would like more information, you can contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org.
To finish our inquiry into the transdisciplinary theme ‘How We Organise Ourselves’, this week all of the Year 5 children took part in a Viking Day to celebrate the Vikings’ legacy and traditions. Their central idea for our inquiry this term was ‘Legacies can determine the creations of society’. Throughout the term, the children have […]
Over this term, our children have been learning about democracy as part of their understanding of British Values. They’ve inquired as to how our local and national governments are elected and then applied this to voting for their very own Academy Council! To begin with, children put themselves forward for election. They then gave speeches […]