When the weather is this good it’s a reminder of just how fortunate we are to be based in such a wonderful setting.
With the classroom windows open the sweet sound of violin music drifted across the playground this afternoon…
Mrs Morley has led an after-school art club with children from Young Oaks and Mighty Oaks!
As part of their topic work, our Year 3 and 4 children visited Lullingstone Roman Villa.
Lullingstone is one of the most outstanding Roman villa survivals in Britain, begun in about AD 100. Pupils were able to see mosaics and prints of rare wall paintings, a heated bath-suite and a ‘house-church’. They were also able to try on Roman costumes and play traditional board games from the period, helping to bring the period to life.
Our Year 3 children enjoyed their last Forest School session of the term this week.