It looks like there will be some good weather over the next week, so I really hope everyone can have a relaxing half term break with the opportunity to go out and have some fun. In our final term we will be hoping to take advantage of the good weather and outdoor spaces to support the curriculum, children’s health and mental health.
I recently had a really positive meeting with the residents of Kelvin Grove. Their support for the school and partnership with us is invaluable. We agreed that safety, happiness and harmony and a healthy, beautiful environment were our shared goals.
The iron gate at the bottom of Kelvin Grove allows us to keep the street free from cars at the beginning and end of the school day, but we use the street all day. Please be respectful if you need to drive up to the school. You should only do this in the case of emergencies. If it is not an emergency, please park in another street and walk the last bit. This includes dropping off on Dallas Road in the morning as it has become quite dangerous to access Rosamond Street. Never ever park on the pavement as this forces children onto the road and makes it impossible for parents with buggies.
Please do not smoke when waiting for drop off or collection, never drop litter or use bad language, this goes against everything we are trying to achieve as a healthy community school. When stood waiting at the beginning and the end of the day, please be mindful of not sitting on walls or tying dogs to fences, think about how you would expect somebody to behave outside your property.
In everything we do we need to show respect for one another. It is so important that we model to our children the behaviours we expect to see.
I would like to wish you all a wonderful half term and look forward to seeing you back to school on Monday 7th June.
Year 5 ARt
News from Little Stars
This term we have been learning all about Jack and the Beanstalk. A huge beanstalk has sprouted in Green class and the children have been
News from Ochre Class
Ochre class have been enjoying their ‘Let it Grow’ topic all about plants and what they need to survive. We have been able to do
News from Amber Class
This week children in Amber class have been learning how to label and identify the different parts of a plant. They have been real plant
News from Orchid Class
In Orchid class we have been learning all about life under the sea. We have found out lots of information about different sea creatures and
News from Copper Class
Copper class have been busy investigating sustainability; researching the advantages and disadvantages of both renewable and non-renewable sources on our environment and economy. Students worked
News from Violet Class
We began the day with an opportunity to read for enjoyment. We understand the importance of Guided Reading sessions, but we also love it when
News from Jade Class
What an exciting few weeks it has been in Jade Class! We have been very busy learning all about the Ancient Greeks as part of
News from Cinnamon Class
Cinnamon Class have had an absolutely brilliant week of learning! This week in Science the children have been learning about how water travels to the
News from Cobalt Class
Did you know that the water cycle is powered by the Sun? Heat makes water evaporate, before it cools and condenses and falls back to
News from Nursery
We have had a very busy half term in Nursery, exploring, learning and making lots of new friends. We started
Kelvin Grove Children and Family Centre Community Supermarket is launching on 10th June 2021 at 09.00-13.00 & 14.00-18.00. The supermarket is for all residents of the borough and works on a membership basis, where the aim of the supermarket is to provide regular opportunities for families in the community to shop and provide regular meals for their families and children.
- Story Telling Puppet Show at Eliot Bank on Wednesdays 10.00-11.30
- Messy Play at Eliot Bank on Thursdays 10.00-11.30
- Baby Massage at Eliot Bank on Fridays 9.45-10.45 Five week course starting on 11/06/2021
- L.I.F.E. Cooking Sessions for mums aged 16-35 at Eliot Bank on Fridays 11.00-13.15
- KGEB Mini Food Bank at Kelvin Grove on Wednesdays 12.30-14.00
We would appreciate any food donations to help families in need
- Family Support Advice at Kelvin Grove on Tuesdays 10.00-12.00
- Employment & Training at Kelvin Grove on Thursdays 10.00-12.00
- Free Legal Advice to book an appointment call 0208 325 4600. Telephone call consultation.
***ALL SESSIONS HAVE TO BE BOOKED, PLEASE CALL 020 8613 0172***
- Mama & Papa workout with Ng on Tuesdays and Thursdays 10.00-11.00 via Zoom from the comfort of your home for £15 per calendar month. Book your sessions HERE
And lastly, it is the time of the year to book your place for our Annual SEASIDE TRIP to WESTBROOK BAY on Thursday 19th of August 2021. Read more here: SEASIDE TRIP POSTER
The Gingerbread man - mayow park
We were thrilled to be given the go ahead two weeks ago for our Summer Season of Outdoor Theatre in Mayow Park’s bowling green. Kicking off with family theatre show THE GINGERBREAD MAN this half term.
Click on the flyer on the left to ENLARGE or read more here:
Half Term Activities - with Global Camps
If you are looking for something to keep the children busy over half term – look no further. Half term camp is running at Kelvin Grove School from Monday 31st May to Friday 4th June.
To find out more information or sign up, visit the Global Camps website here: