World Book Day 2018 - despite the blizzards we all had so much fun celebrating the wonder of characters in books. And what a range we had... from an almost fully sized giraffe (Harriett, Y5) to a collector of words - a dictionary (Ella, Y4). It is clear that both children and parents have been wonderfully inventive. Thank you so much, from a school full of 'Things ...Head, 6,5,4,3,2,1,R and even office'.
Y5 and Y6 present their production of 'A Very Merry Tudor Christmas'. A glorious, colourful extravaganza!
Anti-bullying Week 2017. The theme this year was 'All different, all equal', and all our classes discovered that there are so many things that make us different from one another but that we are all equal. Our exhibition was well attended and some of the children had some pretty searching questions to answer too! Well done, to all the children (and teachers) for their creativity and enthusiasm.
The end of a very long spring term, but the children still had the energy to race around the school grounds in search of a chocolate egg. Egg-cellent fun was had by all!
Easter Music Concert - a fitting end to the term for the school and some very proud parents and family. Well done to all the children taking part.
The Y3/4 Production of 'Whose Story?' - A fun-filled extravaganza set in a tiny German tavern featuring storytellers galore. The children thoroughly enjoyed acting and singing (especially 'Mambo Italiano') and we witnessed some interesting and flamboyant dance moves too. Some of our actors relished the opportunity to perform on stage and our ebullient Pinocchio (Joe, Y4) enjoyed the experience so much that ad-libbing in both our performances was done with real confidence and panache! We are so lucky to have some wonderfully confident thespians, but none of us could have guessed at the dancing talent of Toby (Y4) - it certainly surprised his parents too! Well done to all the pupils in year 3 and year 4 you are real stars!
With Science Week looming Miss Jenkinson arranged for us to enjoy an amazing start to the proceedings. She introduced us to 'Cosmic Chris' (from Atomic Science) who showed us what magical things can happen with dry ice, hot water and some washing-up liquid. We were all awe-struck with the stupendous results of the fire making experiment ...just ask your children! So, next week we will all very motivated to appreciate the dynamics of our studies for Science week. Thank you Miss Jenkinson!
KS2 Flamenco Workshop - Anita and Ramon brought just a little touch of Spanish colour to a dreary Oxfordshire afternoon. Many parents were able to join us for the display at the end of the afternoon and the children were able to show just how much fun they had had in their workshops.
Infant Nativity - A Miracle in Town!
KPSA, KPS and Kingfishers Christmas Craft Fair. A superb event about which there is sure to be more news. Please enjoy the poem created by children, some parents and even an elf . Each person was only able to see the previous line and so it evolved...
Remembrance Day, 11th November 2016. Children in KS2 walked to the Peace Memorial in Kingham village and they joined with other villagers to remember those who gave their lives in past conflicts. A wreath of poppies was placed at the foot of the Memorial by Eric and Scarlett (Y6) on behalf of our school. 'Lest we forget'.