Thank you all for contributing to such a positive return for our children.
Kelvin Grove continues to be a safe, happy and inspiring place to learn.
We will be carrying out some work on our outside environment over Easter and hope to take full advantage of our wonderful campus in the Summer term both in the school day and after school.
Everyone needs a break as the Summer term will bring both sunshine and fresh challenges for us as a community to overcome.
Your continued support is what ensures our children make the very best progress in all aspects of learning and personal development.
Let’s all be proud of what we have achieved.
Parents’ Evenings will take place on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd April. The meetings will take place via video link and we will send a letter home on Monday detailing how to book.
Jamie from RockSteady has been teaching the children all about Rock and Pop music, ready for the band lessons which will start next term.
We are aware of the huge demand for places. Although this is a positive in many ways it has caused upset to many who could not book a place.
The school were not aware that this was a final booking system rather than a system allowing the register of interest or that this would be opened immediately. Therefore we will first gauge a register of interest and fairly distribute places. We will expand capacity where possible.
Big Red Box
We have formed a partnership with Kings Church to receive, at least once a month, donations of the Big Red Box containing non-perishable food items such as pasta, rice, coffee, biscuits, cereal etc. If you would like a box, please contact our Designated Safeguarding Lead, Ms Ballard on firstname.lastname@example.org
News from Saffron class
In Saffron Class last week we embraced ‘Kelvin Grove Loves Reading’ for World Book Week. Seesaw was full of lots of lovely pictures of children
News from Magenta class
Magenta have resettled back into the school routine and have been working hard as well as enjoying playing outdoors. In English we have been learning
News from Coral class
Welcome back! It has been wonderful to have the children back at school and we are so proud of how well they have settled back
News from Gold Stars
In Gold Stars this week we have been embracing the new changes and getting used to working in our new classroom. The children who have
News from Bronze Class
Being back at school has been really welcoming for KG’s Year 6 students. Our starting topic this term is The Mysterious Maya. This topic explores
News from Indigo Class
Indigo class have returned to school with great aplomb and vigour! It has been so lovely to have the children back in school, there has
News from Emerald Class
In Emerald class we have had a super two weeks back at school. In English we have been reading the book ‘The Pied Piper of Hamelin’,
News from Green Class
Spring has arrived, bears have begun to stir and awaken from hibernation. This week in Green Class we have been creating and reading our sensory
News from Ochre Class
Ochre class have been enjoying finding out about some endangered animals as part of our English learning, and made some fantastic fact files! We found
News from Amber Class
This week we have continued to learn about the text ‘How to Find Gold’ by Viviane Schwarz. We started the week by using our maps
News from Copper Class
In Copper class, we have been reading a book called ‘Middleworld’, which is written by J&P Voelkel. Middleworld is an adventurous tale about a boy
News from Turquoise Class
Turquoise class have been busy planning and writing their version of the Norse tale, ‘Arthur and the Golden Rope’. We have received some fantastic presentations
The Foodbank will continue to run over the Easter Holidays on Wednesdays from 12.30-2pm. We will reopen for sessions on 12th April parents/carers will need to book to attend on 0208 613 0172.
Popular children’s drama and dance school ‘Perform’ is offering a free trial session and a special introductory discount of £40 for members of Kelvin Grove Primary School if they sign up by Monday 3rd May. Parents should quote KGRO030521 when they book their free session by going to perform.org.uk/try or calling 020 7255 9120.
You can find out more about the classes at perform.org.uk/try.