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This page is dedicated to you! Do you have a hobby or interest? Do you belong to a club? Have you done a good deed? Have you been involved with an organisation or event outside of school? If so, we would love to hear all about it.


Send us a picture with a small paragraph telling us about your achievement so we can celebrate your news with everyone.

The Karate Kid!

Well done to Seth in Firebug Class. He won a trophy in a karate clicker tournament playing against clubs from Canterbury, Dover and Thanet. Fantastic work Seth!


Lighting Up Westwood Cross!

Well done to Darcey in Firebug Class who really did ‘let her light shine’ last Friday when she performed with her dance school at the big Westwood Cross Christmas Lights Switch on. What a fantastic experience.






Congratulations to Lily who just double graded in Karate with the White Dragons, she’s now a proud orange belt.

On  Your Marks Get Set GO!

On Monday evening Noah competed in the first round of the Invicta East Kent Athletics Club Opens. He did really well, coming first in both of his races: 75 metres in a time of 11.24; and 800 metres in 2:56.88. I have attached a couple of photos if you want to include them in the newsletter.




Level 4 Swimming

Well done to Milla in Hummingbird Class who has moved up to Level 4 in her swimming lessons.

Brilliant new Milla!


Litter Hero

A huge well done to Ruben , who raised an amazing £300 from his litter picking challenge; an example to us all. He even had an article in the Whitstable Gazette! The funds raised will to to Plastic free Whitstable and Natural Whitstable. 


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sikh Temple Visit

During half term Callum and Ruben from Otters Class visited a Sikh Temple in Gravesend, known as Guru Nanak Dabar Gurdwara. The received a work welcome and were allowed to walk all around the inside of the enormous temple but only after having removed their shoes. They were also given a free vegetarian meal in the community canter.  The Temple has three prayer rooms and two halls. The Temple is open to the public and Callum and Ruben recommend everyone should go and visit.