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Welcome to Kingfisher Class 2017-2018
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Wednesday 29th November

Today Kingfisher class visited the Roman Museum and Beaney Institute in Canterbury to learn more about the Romans. We made Roman coins, ground flour, fired catapults, became archaeologists and explored a museum. Metres under Canterbury we  saw a Roman Villa with its amazing mosaics and hypocaust system and had a chance to dress up in Roman costumes.

Kingfisher class had loads of fun!

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Anti-Bullying Week

This week we have discussed bullying, what bullying is and what we should do if we witness it. It culminated today with us discussing the values which make a good friend. We drew around a hand and then wrote the values we felt were important on them. We have added them to our hand-print wreath as a reminder to us all.

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Thursday 9th November 2017

Today we made a bulb light on an electrical circuits and identified circuits which were complete or incomplete.

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Children in Need...The hunt for the round pound is ON!

Children in Need...The hunt for the round pound is ON! 1

Tuesday 17th October 2017

Today was Roman mosaic day! First of all we learnt all about Roman Mosaics - what their purpose was, what they showed and how they were made. We then looked at some modern mosaics by Martin Cheek. He helped Holy Trinity pupils make the mosaics that are on the walls outside the school gates. We went and looked at these mosaics, studying how the pieces were put together, what images were created and the colours that were used. Back in class we made group mosaics using paper squares. We were then given the opportunity to design and make our own mosaics using wooden or clay tiles. Finally we had a go at making glass mosaics.

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Rev. Dawn

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Today Rev. Dawn, from St. John's Church, came into speak to us about her role as a priest in our community. It was really interesting and she let ask her questions about her faith and the activities she  gets involved with during the week.

Roman Cake

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For his project on the Romans, Reuben made a Roman Honey Cake- yum, yum! We all enjoyed a slice and thought it was delicious, thank you. We look forward to seeing the other projects as they come in.

String Telephones

In Science today we made string telephones to help explain how sound travels over distance. We enjoyed talking to each other using them and can you spot which teachers came to join in with the fun too?

Japanese Visitors

Today we welcomed some Japanese students to our school. They came in to our class to show us how to do origami. Look at what we have made! It was so much fun.

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