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RNLI visit KS1

Year 2 Long Mead Park Trip

Reception Trip Hadlow College

Mayors Debate

Easter Reflection

Year 6 Imperial War Museum Trip

Fizz Pop Science Assembly

Mother's Day Assembly

KS1 Eco Club Litter pick

Year 1 Traffic Survey

Yr5 Tower of London Trip

Woodland Club Jelly Welly Sponsored Walk

Year 2 and Year 3 recently visited Tonbridge School's Art Gallery

Harvest Celebrations 2023

YEAR 6 RESIDENTIAL TRIP 2023

Our ELSA's and parents celebrating world kindness day.

Year 3 went to Tonbridge as part of their outdoor learning.  They attended Mass at Corpus Christi Church, learnt about and re-enacted the story of Pentecost then walked to the castle.  There they went on a river trip and finished off with sketching the castle and grounds.  A great time was had by all with lots of learning on the ground.

Key Steps gymnastics team

Proud Altar Servers

 

Well done for receiving the medal which marks your commitment to the life of the parish through serving at mass.

We look forward to having you serve at our next school mass.

Years 5 and 6 visited the Globe as part of their work on Richard III and Romeo and Juliet. They had a tour of the theatre, learnt some of the history and then took part in a workshop. 

                     Community means…

 

Having a common interest and pulling together to reach goals.

Community feel is happiness all around.

Being together brings happiness and laughter.

Community is helping each other and making people happier.

Community is helping each other to make our world a happier place to live.

Community is all about the unity in which we find strength.

Seeing everyone on the school drop-off and having a quick chat.

People supporting and looking out for each other.

It’s feeling part of something.

A shared effort to help and support one another

A sense of belonging.

Loving and caring for each other.

Sharing. Supporting. Thinking of others. Fun!

Helping. Sharing. Encouraging each other to be more resilient.

Loving service.

Working together and friendship.

Building something bigger and more beautiful together than you could ever do alone.

Working together and supporting each other. Looking out for each other.

Friendship, support and laughter.

Being kind, accepting other’s differences. Looking after each other.

Unity, support, togetherness.

Loving and caring. Always there to help.

Making new friends.

Coming together in times of need, being kind, helpful to those who are vulnerable. Coming together to achieve the same goals.

Pride in our area.

To us it is all the love you can get, support and always being there for each other.

A warm, welcoming and happy place that nurtures our children and supports our families.

Being part of a team, working together, looking out for one another. Caring, for families, elderly and the young. Everyone is always welcome.

 

We see community when we are together for school plays, assemblies and sports days.

We have missed the chances to be all together and get to know other parents.

We look forward to taking part in more family- based school activities, for example parents reading with children in school.

 

We are thankful for routine and seeing everyone again.

 

We feel part of a community through events like the football competition each year.

Year 3's medal ceremonies in the Gallery. The categories were: sprint, jumps, throws and long distance (400m).

Thank you, God, for everything you give us: our friends,  our families, each other, brothers and sisters, this world, our teachers, joy, food, nature, learning, our school,  assembly, the light of God, for being created.

We are joyful and thankful.

Our CAFOD fund-raising display - reminding us of the spirit of giving at Christmas

Habitats around the school - the children use these to compare diversity of species, see the cycle of seed to seed, notice which plants grow where and how they are pollinated

Today was a little poignant - Early Years made this for their Year 6 buddies who left today!

Pebble Art

Life cycle of butterflies - Early Years children (and other) have beeen watching this with fascination

KS1 have been working on adding details to their paintings: here is an example of their landscape work.

VE Day celebrations - in all different ways

Rainbow balloons - thank you to all key workers!

Special Deliveries!

Easter Transient Art

Easter Wreath

Chalk Art on our playground

World Book Day. Parents and children joined forces to re-tell favourite stories

Budding classical thespians at The Globe!

Hedging and planting around the firepit area. Thank you to Trees for Schools which provided the hedging as part of carbon-offset. Thank you also to Gardening Club children who planted them over several weeks. It was not easy!

Active Nature Trail

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Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address Barham Court, Teston, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Margaret Clitherow Catholic Primary Schoo is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.

At our school everything we do comes from our Mission statement Love. The school values we instill in our children are SERVICE, THANKFULNESS, RESPECT, FORGIVENESS, INTEGRITY, RESILIENCE, FAITH and ASPIRATION.
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