Welcome to our vibrant and welcoming environment where we bring learning to life. Below are just some of our amazing artwork: creative corridors, children's 'rainbow' flower art and our talented staff beautifully showcasing their class flower.
Christmas Dinner and Jumper Day!
There was turkey and all the trimmings on Thursday when the whole school ate a Christmas dinner together in the school hall. Everyone looked very festive in their Christmas jumpers and they enjoyed singling along to Christmas songs while being served by staff members. Thank you to Miss Flahaut and Mrs Rigden for all their hard work in producing a delicious festive feast and to all the staff who helped.
Poppies, Poetry & Peace Exhibition
Thank you to everyone who came along and supported our 'Poppies, Poetry & Peace' WWI Centenary Exhibition.
It was a wonderful, poignant tribute to those that lost their lives. Mrs Griffin, the staff and children worked hard during a our special WWI Focus week.
WWI Focus Week
The children have had a very informative and creative week learning about the WWI. They all took part in a workshop where they learnt what life was like for a solider, made clay poppies and other art works, rope poems, prayers and learnt songs from the era too.
WWI 'Poetry, Poppies and Peace' Exhibition
The children will be holding a special Centenary Exhibition for Parents/Carers and the Public. The public are welcome to attend on Tuesday 13 November and parents and carers on Wednesday 14 November both times are 1.15-4pm.
Think of Me - Horsebridge Exhibition
Mrs Gilbert, staff and children have helped create some of the Sweetheart cushions that will be on display at the 'Think of Me' Exhibition at the Horsebridge Galleries. It is a community led project to mark the Centenary of The First World War by remembering soldiers associated with Whitstable, who lost their lives during the conflict.
'There but not there'
After a successful application we have been lucky enough to receive 6 'Tommy' silhouettes and have given one to each class. These silhouettes symbolise a local soldier who lost his life in WWI that each class have researched and found out more about him. The silhouettes will be on display at our exhibition on 13th and 14th November.