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Welcome to Kingfisher Class!

 

Mrs S Hayes & Mrs K Branton teaches Kingfisher Class throughout the week.

Mrs Hiscock also supports Kingfisher Class.

 

Our School Day

Start of School Day 8.55am

Morning Break 10.45am

Lunch 12.15pm

Start of Afternoon Session 1.15pm

End of School Day 3.15pm

 

Day Time Assemblies
Monday 10.30am Story Assembly
Tuesday 10.30am Singing Assembly
Wednesday 10.30am Values Assembly
Thursday 10.30am Whole School Assembly
Friday 9.05am

Celebration Assembly

Kingfisher Class Topic Web & Timetable

Kingfisher Class Rules

Kingfisher Class History topic for summer 2021 is 'The Stone Age and Iron Age'. Today, to enhance the children’s learning and ignite their imagination they had a fun 'WOW day' enjoying activities with the aim to increase their understanding of the topic and in costume too!

Chinese New Year

KS2 children started their week before half term celebrating Chinese New Year. In Science they made fireworks in jars, experimenting to see if water would mix with oil. They also looked at the food Chinese people would eat when celebrating the Luna New Year. They were then set the task of creating their own Chinese meal to celebrate and they definitely embraced the challenge!  

Extreme Places to Read

World Book Day

The challenge to read in the most unusual or extreme place for World Book Day!

 

Romans

Kingfisher class has been working hard continuing with learning about the Romans.‚Äč They were set the challenge of drawing a Roman soldier. They had some fantastic drawings, some of which were highlighted in our weekly celebration assembly hosted virtually for pupils and parents

 

Rocks

In Science, Kingfisher class have been learning about the different types of rock. Teachers set the class a task of creating their own igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks of chocolate. They had great fun being chocolate scientists.

 

Hadrian’s Wall

Kingfisher class well and truly conquered their Hadrian’s Wall walking challenge with family members and dogs! They managed to clock up 27.15 miles in one day to take their distance total to a massive 89.30 miles meaning their goal was surpassed by 3.72 miles - well done!

Blakenham Waste Site Visit

Children in Kingfisher class visited the Blakenham Waste Site. The tour which lasted two hours included exploring the visitor centre and a tour of the facility.
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