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 […]
This weeks bulletin contains information regarding Comic Relief – Bounce to the Beat, myOn, Remote Learning Survey, After School Clubs, Buster’s Book Club, Parent Consultations, Nursery Admission September 2021, School Dinners and Free School Meal Vouchers. Please click on the link below to read the full version. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS WEEKS BULLETIN
This week all of the Year 3 children took part in an Italian Pizza Project. As part of their PYP inquiry into how ‘Lives can be affected by the environment’, the children learnt about the foods that can be grown in volcanic soil (more specifically in Naples, Italy). This is why they have such delicious […]
This year we had great fun ‘Bouncing to the Beat’ for Comic Relief. All children took part and enjoyed the challenge of bouncing in time with their peers. Even some of our youngest children were risk takers and gave it a go! Thank you to everyone who donated!
There has been great eggs-itement across Dartford Primary Academy this week with the arrival of eight eggs from ‘Living Eggs’. They have been housed in our nursery where the children waited in earnest for them to hatch. Their patience was finally rewarded and by Thursday morning five eggs had hatched. Thanks to Google, we were […]
Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School selected to provide high-quality professional development to teachers and leaders Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School, a proud member of Leigh Academies Trust, is delighted to announce that it has been invited by the Department for Education to lead one of its new Teaching School Hubs. Teaching School Hubs will […]