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  • Jubilee Celebrations!

    Published 19/05/22

    On Thursday 26th May, we will be celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, as a whole school. All our learning will be based around the Queen, and her Jubilee. Children can dress up in party clothes for a very special tea party to celebrate. We will make scones in school, and have a tea party on the playground in the afternoon. There will be a special performance to the children by Performing Arts. 

    Can you find 70 facts about the Queen? Hand your entries to your class teacher by 26th May. There will be a small prize for anyone who enters.

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  • Shepway Schools' Football Association

    Published 13/05/22

    We are very pleased to share with you, that after nominating some of our pupils for trials, as part of the Shepway Football Association, Gabby, Evie, Elise, Oliver and Sonny have been selected from schools across the district, and will now be representing All Souls', as part of the Shepway squad this year! Well done to you all, we are very proud of your hard work and excited to see what this year brings for you!

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  • Young Voices - 6th May 2022

    Published 12/05/22

    Young Voices - 6th May 2022 - London 02

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  • Race for Life - 27th May 2022 - UPDATE

    Published 10/05/22

    A massive thank you for supporting the Race for Life last term. We have raised a total of £801.00 + gift aid, which will take it close to £1000!!

    Pupils will have the chance to take part in our yearly, Race for Life. They are invited to come to school dressed in the colours of blue and pink. Information letters and sponsor forms have already been sent home, please check them for more information.

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  • Maths Challenge Day

    Published 06/05/22

    We had a lovely email from a Year 5 teacher from a local school, who worked with our students at the Maths Challenge Day at Folkestone Academy. 

    I was lucky enough to work with your Year 5 pupils, during the Maths Challenge Day at the Folkestone Academy today, and I just wanted to say what an absolute pleasure it was to meet them! Their mathematical knowledge was sharp, and it was brilliant to see their energy and enthusiasm, as they engaged in some really challenging tasks. I was so impressed with all four children working so well together and supporting each other. They are all a huge credit to your school.

     

     

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  • KS1 Street Detectives!

    Published 04/03/22

    This term, our new topic in KS1 is 'Street Detectives', so we took a stroll through Cheriton High Street, and had a look at all the features of our local area. We spotted shops, coffee shops, an estate agents and much, much more!

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  • Marvellous Mackintosh

    Published 25/02/22

    Orcas produced beautiful pieces af artwork, inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

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  • Investigating Rocks

    Published 10/02/22

    This week in Science, Years 3 and 4 have been learning all about the Rock Cycle. They conducted an experiment using Starburst sweets to see how rocks change over time. This linked to their learning in Geography, where they have been learning all about mountains and volcanoes.     

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  • Musical KS1!

    Published 10/02/22

    This week, KS1 have been performing in their Music lessons. They used their knowledge of pulse and rhythm to perform a song. Ask your child to perform their song to you at home! It is called, 'How many people are here for dinner?' Enjoy!

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  • A Royal Tea Party!

    Published 14/01/22

    Last week, in Key Stage 1, we had a Royal Tea Party! We came to school dressed in our fanciest clothes, and ate delicious jam sandwiches and posh Rich Tea biscuits. We also practised dancing the Waltz. Take a look at our photos!

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  • Christmas is Coming!

    Published 03/12/21

    This week, the children in KS1 have been learning all about the First Story of Christmas. They have listened to, and sequenced the story, and used their homemade puppets to retell the story to their friends.

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  • Scrumdiddlyumptious!

    Published 19/11/21

    This term, Years 3 and 4 wider curriculum topic is Scrumdiddlyumptious. We have been reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and have made our very own sweets for display. We are looking forward to using what we have learnt this week in English to write our very own set of instructions on how to make Peppermint Creams and Ice-Cream that does not melt! In Science, we have started learning about the similarities and differences between skeletons and explored their functions.

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