Congratulations to the Year 7 and 8 football team who took part in the Medway Youth Games football event at Strood Sports Centre. Following a morning of coaching, the team played in a tournament against other schools and secured a fantastic third place.
Friday was the last day with our chicks. We saw them hatch from their eggs, and grow up very quickly, even some of them growing their feathers ready for when they become adult cockerals and chickens. Thank you to Miss Sweetlove, Miss Bradbrook, Mrs Brook, our PTFA, and Living Eggs South East for the chance to watch the early stages of the chicks lives. Below are some final photos of the chicks, along with some artwork that the chicks assisted in.
DATE CHANGE: On Thursday 19th April & Friday 20th April, from 9.30am, we will be holding an Open Day for potential Parents & Carers of KS1, 2 & 3 students. Please phone the academy on 01634 683990 to book an appointment. Please share with your friends, and we look forward to seeing potential new students and their Parents/Carers.
Buster's Big Bash is now open for booking! This free family event takes place on the morning of Saturday 12th May in Dane John Gardens, Canterbury. It is a celebration of the achievements of pupils in schools using our Green travel and Literacy schemes. As well as taking part in our record-attempt walking bus crocodile through Canterbury, children will complete a series of physical and sporting challenges, learn circus skills, race space hoppers and enjoy the go-karts. Bring your teddy bears and join us for a picnic in front of the circus show. Some special guests are rumoured to be attending this year....keep your eyes peeled for Buster and his friends! Check out this link for more details and to book your free place: http://www.kmcharityteam.co.uk/walktoschool/bigbash/ Places are first-come first served and goody bags will be allocated to the first 300 children checking in at 9.45am on the day. All children who complete the challenge activities will receive attraction vouchers. Please address any queries to: email@example.com
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