Transfer to Secondary School 2019 - Kent Grammar School Tests
Kent's Secondary Transfer Scheme 2019 has now been determined and the arrangements for the Kent Grammar School Testing are as follows:
Registration opens - 1 June 2018
Registration closes - 2 July 2018
Tests for children in Kent Primary Schools - 6 September 2018
Assessment decision letter sent to parents - 11 October 2018
Parents will be able to register for the Kent Test online via www.kent.gov.uk/ola
If you register online and provide an email address, you will receive your child’s assessment decision via email on 11 October 2018.
Ben for great participation when writing the story of 'Jim and the Beanstalk'.
Lukas for persevering to learn how to count in twos!
Betsy for having purpose in her writing and creating an imaginative recount.
Layla for participating in all learning this week and working very hard!
Finley for writing your newspaper report with purpose and independence.
Hayden for an innovative and superb construction of a brilliantly simple design.
Chloe for excellent collaborative learning when editing writing with your partner.
Marcel for being resourceful and writing an excellent argument suggesting why zoos should be banned.
Kirsty for working hard to include all aspects of required grammar in your myth this week. You were very resourceful in your approach.
Rebecca for persevering with your percentage work this week. You progressed well with this and are now working independently.
Emily for working with purpose and thinking deeply when exploring position and movement. Well done!
Isaac for persevering when creating your superhero story in English. Well done!
The pupils in La Classe Blanc had their class assembly this week, we asked them if they enjoyed it and what their role in the assembly was. This is what they said...
Kai - It was about the poems, school poems. So you write about what you have done at school and what you like about school. At one point it was quite embarrassing and it was good but quite short. I spoke about what I wrote: "I can see the wasps buzzing around". That was my favourite part of what I wrote. My first thing I would like to say is "Good afternoon, welcome to Year 3 class assembly. We are going to be showing you how much we love school by reading out our very own poems". I enjoyed it because it was sort of good but sort of embarrassing.
Layla - My role was to read a poem and do my best. I was doing it very well but sometimes I was very shy. We were talking about poems; we wrote them on our own. My title for my poem was 'School is Amazing' because we have golden time. Some schools don’t have that. We are very lucky for what the teachers do for us. They do learning to help us think of stuff that we don’t know. It's very fun at school because we have lunchtime clubs; Lego club is my favourite. I felt very shy because I've not done it very much and I've not performed in front of people very much.
Richard - I found the assembly amazing. I spoke about how I like it at school. My favourite part of my poem was "I enjoy playing with my friends in the sun". I felt really really happy when I was doing the assembly: it was about how we like school. Science is my favourite part about school.
Ryan - It was very exciting. The last part of my poem was my favourite: "Miss Bassett is hilarious unless she's cross". The assembly was about enjoying school, I was happy when I was reading my poem; it was short it was only about 50 seconds.
Each class will perform an assembly to Parents. Please see the dates below for your child’s class. They will all start at 2.50pm and will finish at 3.15pm.
Rouge (Class 2) - Wednesday 09 May 2018
Vert (Class 1) – Thursday 24 May 2018
Violet (Class 3) – Thursday 28 June 2018
The whole-school target for our attendance is 96%, which would mean that your child would be away for only 7 days in an academic year. Every day at school matters.
1st place – Noir - 97.2%
2nd place – Violet - 96.5%
3rd place – Rouge - 95.3%
4th place – Jaune - 94.1%
5th place – Marron - 93%
6th Place – Blanc - 92.8%
7th Place - Vert - 89.7%
Whole-school attendance – 94.3%
After school sports clubs
After school clubs are running. If you would like to your child to attend, please contact the school office.
Monday - Multi-Sports for Years 1 - 6
Tuesday - Take Action for Years 2 - 6
Wednesday - Football for Years 2 - 6
Thursday - Gymnastics for Years 2 - 6
Friday - Street Dance for Years 2 - 6
All sports clubs finish at 4.15pm and all children must be collected by an adult.
We have a book case in the school office which is for you to come and take a look. If you see a book you like you may take it and all we ask is that you replace it with a book of your own that you have already read for someone else to enjoy.
School Angel fund raising
We have a parent and baby/toddler group which runs every Wednesday here at school from 09.00 - 11.15am. All welcome.
Free School Meals
If you have access to the internet and would like to apply online for Free School Meals, please use the following website: http://www.kent.gov.uk/education-and-children/schools/free-school-meals.
Could parents please make sure that all pupils have their PE kits ready and in school. Each pupil has their own locker where their PE kits can be kept during the school term.
Late arrival at school
When your child arrives late at school, he/she misses the teacher's instructions, their morning task and possibly the introduction to the mathematics lesson. Your child may also feel embarrassed at having to enter the classroom late. School begins at 09.00am. Please help your child to be punctual.
School Lunch Payments
If you pay for your child's school dinner online you can use the link below and follow the link for Kent Schools Pay Online. www.principals-catering.com
School opening hours
08.50am - 3.15pm
School Office opening hours