Posted on 17 Oct 2014 by School2
A wonderful view met parents when they arrived for Harvest Festival on Wednesday morning. The whole of the stage was covered with marvellous and bounteous provender: marrows, pumpkins, harvest loaves, flowers, beans, fruit, tins of goodies, chocolates . . . the list goes on!
A packed Hall was sung to by all three School Choirs; the little children recited poems and showed pictures they had painted. Year 3 entertained us with a performance [...]
Half term Netball summary
Posted on 16 Oct 2014 by School2
The Netball season has got off to a fast-paced and exciting start at Skippers and I find it both rewarding and stimulating to teach across the year groups with a full view of the progression that happens through the years. I am most impressed by the hard work and enthusiasm shown by the girls to improve their skills and techniques not only in lessons but in the voluntary lunch [...]
Year 6 Visit Tunbridge Wells Art Exhibition
Posted on 15 Oct 2014 by School2
On Friday 10th October Year 6 travelled to Tunbridge Wells to visit Jane Churchill’s wonderful exhibition.
In July 1917, Lieut. W.G. Hicks was killed in France. He left behind a life in Kent and a fiancée, Jessie, to whom he never returned. This immersive installation, almost 100 years later, uncovers the traces of his memory and tells glimpses of their story through artworks, objects and artefacts.
This was [...]
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