Just before the Summer break we celebrated our second Hispanic Day. The children were amazing; coming to school dressed up in very original Hispanic inspired outfits or in the colours of the Spanish flag. This celebration was extra special because children in Years 1 & 2 will start to learn Spanish from this September.
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We now have Orchard Cycling Club racing jerseys to complement our school racing team!
Some of my beloved scenes in some of my preferred sports activities motion pictures are when you see the coach or trainer sitting in the office with the lights off and the serious-to-authentic projector rolling. Well, I started exploring. I located a large amount a lot more facts than I considered I would! I experienced […]
The Orchard Green Team organised and ran an after school workshop. They invited children from all year groups to come along and decorate recycled jars to create products that they could use at home, such as pen pots, candle holders and savings jars. The children used glass pens to create a range of designs and […]
Our last full day at Kench Hill included a trip to the Rare Breeds Centre where we saw a variety of unusual farm animals and took a ride on a bumpy tractor trailer. Several of the children were chosen to help with the pig race, including Hamza who had to run as fast as he […]
A day of two halves today. In the morning half the group headed off to Camber Sands to enjoy the beach in the sunshine! After a long walk out to meet the sea, we sent some time splashing about and digging holes! Whilst group one we getting sandy, group 2 spent the morning orienteering and […]
Year 5 have had a busy morning outside in the sunshine. We rose early and enjoyed walking in the grounds while a few of us fed the chickens our leftover scraps of salad and pizza from yesterday. After learning about wheat and how flour is made, we made our own bread rolls ready for supper […]
After arriving safe and sound in Kench Hill after a coach ride full of excitement, we were greeted with a delicious home cooked pizza made entirely of ingredients from the centre. Lunch eaten, we headed off on a local walk, stomping through fields, rivers and even compats! Once we had dried off, it was time […]
Thank you to everyone who attended our afternoon tea for grandparents. A total of 89 grandparents joined us, some had travelled quite a distance! Everyone had a fantastic time and it was a lovely finale to Families’ Week.