Rufford Country Park Trip
Year 6 had a fantastic day at Rufford Country Park learning about the Bloodhound SSC project. It is project that is aimed at trying to develop young engineers by following the success of the Bloodhound Project. The car will hopefully break the land spead record with a whopping 1050mph !
Wow ! What an action packed trip to Dearne Valley. The children attempted the Leap of Faith, Problem Solving, High Ropes, Laser, Indoor, Climbing, Nightline and many more activities !
The Tudors Research Facts
Research Henry VIII http://tudorhistory.org/henry8/ Text driven but decent page with embedded links and two gallery links on the left-hand side showing many interesting images of the king at various points in his life. http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/tudor.htm Adult site with detailed biography and links...
Tudor Creative Homework
Year 6 have been really busy over the Summer Holiday working on their Creative Homework projects. Have a look at some of their work in the photo gallery.
Year 5 Football Competition
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Castleton Residential visit
We are all looking forward to our visit to Castleton YHA in June. Mrs Hatton and Mrs Comins visited the new hostel during the Easter holidays and were very impressed with the location and facilities. The new site is on the edge of the village and is set in beautiful...
Kingswood Parents Meeting
Please find attached the information that was distributed at the Parents Meeting on Wednesday 18th April. If you wish to contact me to discuss anything futher, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thanks Mr P Summers Year 6 Teacher
Today Year 5 made the most of the early 'Summer' sunshine and investigated how shadows change throughout the day.
Wow what a fabulous day! In Isabelle's words 'the best school trip ever!' some of us were a little worried about the long journey to get to Malton in Yorkshire - but it was well worth it. There was so much to see and to do we simply...
We were amazed when we saw the real painting of 'Robin Hood and his Merry Men' on display in Nottingham Castle - it was so much bigger than we had expected. We all found it easier to see the characters in detail in the painting than in the postcards and...