Yarty Class were busy decorating their ‘Great Fire of London’ houses. They have been using real money to purchase paint, glue and other materials. They have had to budget which has been fascinating: Seeing 7 and 8 year olds updating their bank statement, running a shop, dealing with supply and demand issues and even giving each other cut-price deals on second hand supplies has been fascinating. So much learning engagement!
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Sports Day 2018
Yarty Class Garden Project
How to plant a seed by Matthew in Yarty Class
- Make a hole with the trowel roughly about five cm deep.
- Get the rake and put the handle in the hole to make a drill.
- Carefully place the seeds in the drill.
- After that, cover the seed with soil.
- Water evenly!
- Last of all, label the plants.
Year 2-Year 3 Kwik Cricket
Yarty Class Forest School
Our Summer Term Forest School sessions take place offsite once a week for five weeks. The whole day takes place outdoors, and the children take part in a range of making, creating, and exploring tasks. The sessions will form the stimulus for most of our learning back at school, hopefully giving the children a rich and challenging experience to reflect on.
Year 5 & Year 6 Residential
The children had the opportunity to experience a wide range of outdoor activities including: high wires, zip wire, fencing, archery, cycling, quad-biking & assault course.
The Kilmington Kanter
The Magical Christmas Jigsaw
Once again thank all the children of the school who have done us proud and given us a production to be proud of. It takes a lot of hard work from the children and the school staff to assemble these productions and produce a piece of such fine quality that includes every single child in the school.
Y5 & Y6 Sports Hall Athletics
Congratulations Kilmington Primary Y5 & Y6
On Tuesday 21st of November All Saints; Colyton; Kilmington; Seaton A and B; St Mary A and B competed in our Annual year 5/6 Indoor athletics events. Children took part in Speed bounce; Standing long jump; Chest push; long distance and short distance relay races. Each team of 12 took their turn to compete in all the events. An accumulative school was recorded as the event was in full flow. The leaders gave them tips on how to improve their jumps and to get quicker faster and longer scores. The leaders also go a great deal of experience out the event and said they enjoyed helping the younger children.
A HUGE well done to all teams! Every single athlete tried their best and contributed to the overall score.
Congratulations to Seaton and Kilmington Primary schools who are entering the next level of competition.