Year 2, Holly class have been busy with scientific experiments. they have been looking at inventors such as Charles Macintosh: he created waterproof material! They had a go at making theirown waterproof fabric using candle wax and a hair dryer.
In writing this week, the children have been reading the story ‘Here we are’. They have been exploring our planet and what wonderful things we can find here on Earth. They then used the iPads to create their own video guide. In maths the children have been enjoying using the clocks to refresh their knowledge of ‘o’clock’ and ‘half past’. They have also been collaborating to represent 10 in different ways. During PSHE the children reflected on what it means to be kind and considered the effect of their words on others. We used apples to represent how our words can make people feel.
Thank you to all the teaching assistant at Kilburn Grange for all your dedication, hard work, support and love you give to the pupils and staff. You make a huge difference to the lives of the children you are supporting. We appreciate each and every one of you at Kilburn Grange.
Kilburn Grange School
It has been a great start to the first week after a long break. It was wonderful to see lots of smiling faces walk through the gates ready to start the school year.
The children have settled into their new classes and learned about their class names which are all named after trees, they have also gotten to know their class teacher and peers.
Have a look at the pictures below of some of the smiling faces!
We had the wonderful opportunity to meet Jem, Ms Le Marchand’s puppy. Jem went around to all the classes and the children were able to meet her. The children got to know Jem- her hobbies, likes and dislikes. Year 4 Pine class were lucky to even get a few cuddles with Jem and to also pet her.
Thank you to Ms Le Marchand for bringing Jem to Kilburn Grange and we hope to see her again!
Have a look below to see the amazing photos!
Please see below the ‘Welcome to Kilburn Grange School’ for the 2020/21 pupils.
We can’t wait to meet you all in September!
At Kilburn Grange, we feel passionately about the importance of reading. We would like you all to make sure that you keep reading over the summer holidays and have fun at the same time, by taking on the Silly Squad’s Summer Reading Challenge! Please follow the link below to find out more about the challenge and how to get involved in this exciting project. There will be a special Kilburn Grange School prize for the most avid summer reader among you!