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Archive for August, 2010

‘The Rocky Monster Show’

The end of term saw the Year 5s and 6s give another spectacular Summer performance. This year’s production was called ‘The Rocky Monster Show’ and was so good even the parents stood up to sing and dance in the final song.

Click HERE to see photos from our Summer Spectacular!

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Kingswood 2010

All of our Kingswood 2010 photos have now been moved on to their own page.

Click the ‘Kingswood 2010’ tab at the top of this blog to view them.

The Butterfly Farm

Our Nursery and Reception children visited the Butterfly Farm in Startford-Upon-Avon. They saw thousands of butterflies, watched giant fish, held held huge insects, went for a walk in the park and fed the ducks. They also learned about the lifecycle of the butterfly and by the end of the day they could name all the different parts of a butterfly’s body.

Maybe you’d like to visit the Butterfly Farm. You can find out more by visiting the website HERE.

You can take a look at photos from their exciting day by clicking HERE.

Year 2 Motocross

Paddy and Steve visited Year and taught them all about Motocross. Year 2 children took this opportunity to practise their interview techniques. Click HERE to see photos from their magnificent motocross morning.

Brass Assembly

Mr. Douglas has been teaching our brass players. They perform for the school every term. Click HERE to see photos from a recent performance.

‘Rocket Day’ for Year 5

Year 5 recently went to King Edward VI Five Ways school to learn about Rockets as part of National Science and Engineering week. They had a really super time and learnt a lot too! They made rockets using an empty film canister, an Alka Seltzer tablet and some water. They made quite a mess and the canisters were shooting off towards the hall ceiling!! The also made some rockets out of cardboard and launched them across the playground using a compressor. The ones made by Kitwell flew the highest and the furthest. Kitwell also had chance to see a real space rocket called “Starchaser” that will be sent into space later this year. Year 5 were disappointed that they couldn’t go inside it, though!

Click HERE to have a look at some of the photos from their amazing visit!

Easter Bonnet Parade 2010

Our Easter Bonnet Parade went ahead, this year, even though is it was wet and windy. The poor weather had no chance of preventing us from enjoying all of the fantastic time which had been put into designing and making this year’s Easter Bonnets. We were also able to give our good wishes to Mrs Cartwright who was about to retire after fifteen years of working at Kitwell!

Click HERE to see photos of our exciting Easter!