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Science Week

This week, Bubble 7 thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of Science Week. On Tuesday, they learned all about the density and polarity of liquids when they created a lava lamp. On Wednesday, the children became explorers of our natural world and went on a minibeast hunt. We found an ant nest, many earwigs and even a newt! The next day, they had fun creating flick books and investigated the impact of optical perception. Some of the children were able to animate a drawing of an alien abduction! To round off the week, they made a volcano out of Modroc, then created a chemical reaction, using vinegar and bicarbonate of soda to cause an ‘eruption’. The children can’t wait for the next Science Week!

Gloucestershire Virtual School Games

The children have had a great time taking on this challenge, even surprising themselves as to what they can achieve. Well done to all who took part in the KS Ball skills challenge.

Now lets see what you can all do on the next two challenges.

For more information click on the posters below or check out your class dojo.

Don’t forget,
enjoy and have fun.

The myth of the Firebird

This week, Bubble 7 learned about the myth of The Firebird. We listened to the music for The Firebird ballet by Stravinsky (1910), and watched Disney’s own interpretation on Fantasia 2000. We really enjoyed the way the bird was painted with a mixture of yellow, orange and red. We hope you like our own paintings of a Firebird! Can you spot what extra colour we have used?

A special letter for Lucy

A special letter for Lucy

At the start of lockdown, one of our wonderful children, Lucy, wrote to the Queen to make sure she stayed safe.

Just a few days ago, Lucy was delighted to receive a letter direct from Windsor Castle. It was from the Lady-in-Waiting on behalf of Her Majesty thanking her for her letter.

Lucy, her parents and brother are really excited about receiving such a special message – it now has pride of place in the house.

What great Kindness shown by Lucy to think of others.  Great KPS spirit – well done.

VE Day Celebrations

Happy 100th Birthday Captain Tom Moore

The children of Kingsway Primary School have been amazed by Captain Moore’s phenomenal achievement and would like to wish him a very Happy 100th Birthday by sending him some beautiful handmade birthday cards. 

‘Rainbow of Hands’ for our community