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  • Christingle

    Published 11/12/19

    This week, pupils in Years 5 and 6 delivered the Christingle service in Church. They composed their own song for Christingle and sang it. They did themselves, and us, all proud!

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  • Christmas Visit to St Martin's Church

    Published 06/12/19

    This week, Year Two were invited to St Martin's Church to take part in some fun, Christmas story based activities. They were told the story of the Nativity and enjoyed delicious hot chocolate and tasty gingerbread biscuits. We're really getting into the festive spirit!

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  • A Christmas Carol

    Published 06/12/19

    Year 6 have been enjoying studying A Christmas Carol, and they wondered, ​ 'How long would our chains be, if each link represented our guilt? Would they be as long as Jacob Marley's? Answer - yes!

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  • Craft Club

    Published 05/12/19

    Children in Craft Club made felt stockings and stars for the Christmas Fair. Their stall was very successful and everything sold. Thank you for supporting the children.

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  • More American Football!

    Published 05/12/19

    Twelve Pupils from Years 3 and 4 went to the Three Hills to learn the skills of American Football. This week, they had a tournament and competed against three other teams. They all thoroughly enjoyed learning the new game and played really well showing great sportsmanship. Well done!


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  • Tasty Flans!

    Published 28/11/19

    This week, pupils in Healthy Eating Club made some delicious fruit flans. Yum!      

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  • American Football

    Published 27/11/19

    Pupils in Year 3 and 4 were given the opportunity to represent All Souls' in a Shepway Sports Trust competition.

    This week, they learnt the skills of American Football and will return again next week to use their new skills in a competition against other schools.​

    A big thank you to Mrs Turrell and Mr Peters for taking the team to their sessions and to Mrs Carvil for getting involved too! 

    Good Luck team! 


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  • Taskmaster - Years 5&6

    Published 22/11/19

    Lots of Year 5 and 6 have been taking part in team building challenges as part of their PE lessons in term 2 so far. The challenges are inspired by the TV show Taskmaster. The children have been using their bodies in unusual ways to accomplish tasks that seem easy at first. The children have been brilliant at cheering their teammates along, and the adults have found some of the weird and wonderful ways chosen to complete the tasks very … interesting.                  

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  • Spoony's Adventures

    Published 15/11/19

    Last week the children and teachers in KS1 made their very own Forkys and Spoonys. It was so much fun!

    On Wednesday morning something terrible happened! The teachers' Spoony’s had escaped from the school!

    We received a postcard from Spoony in the post to say that he had gone to explore the big wide world. We were glad to hear that Spoony was safe and sound but wondered where he’d gone on his travels.

    The next day, we received some more post, it was photos of Spoony on his travels! Take a look at the photos below.



    We had lots of ideas about what Spoony might have got up to when he visited all of these different places in Folkestone, so we decided to create a story book about Spoony’s adventures. All of the children worked in groups to create one page of the book each sharing their super ideas.


    The children in Year Two have been really clever when using a story mountain to help them write their Spoony stories. They enjoyed visiting Reception to share their amazing stories. Year One children have used their fantastic ideas to retell the story of Spoony’s Adventures in their own words in their writing books. They did a brilliant job!

    Take a look at some of our wonderful writing below.


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  • Tasty Pizza!

    Published 14/11/19

    Pupils in Key Stage 1 have been cooking up a storm in their Healthy Eating club. They have learnt how to be safe in the kitchen and are now using this knowledge to help them create delicious masterpieces! So far they have made fruit kebabs, pitta pockets and healthy pizzas, keep checking back to see what they do next! 

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  • Youth Festival of Remembrance

    Published 13/11/19

    The children were a real credit to the school with their amazing singing and dance moves. They were well behaved and managed to keep going for the 7 hours they were there!

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  • Lest We Forget

    Published 08/11/19

    This week, Year 3 and 4 have been preparing for their Remembrance Day Service that will take place in the church on Tuesday.

    As well as making poppies, learning songs and practising our words, we have also been learning about Remembrance Day itself and why it is so important. We have taken time to reflect on how fortunate we are to live in a democratic, free society and thank the men and women of our armed services for the sacrifices they have made, and continue to make.

    Please come and join us in All Souls' Church at 1:30pm on Tuesday 12th November.



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