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  1. All Good Sports

    on May 25th, 2011

    The sun shone on the Kingsfleet Sports Day and Picnic today. It was a tantalisingly close finish, with 'Landguard' edging ahead to raise the trophy. In a (perhaps) clever pun and play on words, it was suggested that Landguard fought (fort) and …

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  2. Talent in Abundance

    By Lizzie Vincent on May 24th, 2011

    A big thank to all the brave and talented pupils who took part in the Kingsfleet Talent Show which was held on Friday 20th May. The third annual event saw a record number of performers with an amazing 28 pupils taking part. As ever, the judges had …

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  3. Spring Cleaning and Spring Planting - Bolsters School Funds

    By KSA on May 15th, 2011

    The recent KSA appeal for bags of old clothes and books resulted in our biggest collection so far. We received 57 bags - beating our previous best of 42 by a considerable margin. This was our fourth collection since joining the cash4schools …

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  4. KSA seeks 'nearly new' uniform for stall at Summer Fete

    By KSA on May 14th, 2011

    If your child has grown out of his or her uniform and it is still in a serviceable condition, please donate it to the KSA as we will be having a 'Nearly New' stall at this years Summer Fete. If you haven't put the fete on your calendar yet, make …

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  5. Staff take on Race For Life

    By Yvonne Chatt on May 14th, 2011

    Many of the school staff are taking part in this years Race for Life at Trinity Park on Sunday 19th June. If you would like to support our teams efforts in raising money for Cancer Research, we would be very grateful for any donation - however small. …

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  6. School Improvement Partner Visit

    By Kingsfleet Governors on May 14th, 2011

    On the 30th March, we had a visit from Roger Leeke, our School Improvement Partner (SIP), which two of the Governors attended. The School Improvement Partner programme started in 2004. At the heart of its development was a drive to challenge and …

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  7. Headlice

    on May 14th, 2011

    Headlice

    Please be advised that we have had a case of headlice reported this week. Our Health page also includes some useful links and materials to help you and those around you deal with a head lice infestation. You are advised to check your childs hair and …

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  8. Royal Wedding in the Early Years Class

    By Laura Morgan on May 13th, 2011

    EYFS Royal Wedding We made wedding cakes and iced them to celebrate the royal wedding. The children decided that they would like a castle, a heart cake and a tiered wedding cake with a bride and groom on top. We shared the cake with Key Stage 1 in …

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  9. Scrummy Sandwiches!

    By Rebecca McCarthy on May 13th, 2011

    This week Year 2 had great fun during our final Design Technology unit - making and tasting sandwiches! We chose our bread from 5 different ones that we taste tested - white, wholemeal, soya and linseed, oat and granary. We then chose what our …

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  10. Mothers Day Lunch

    By Simon Jennings on May 10th, 2011

    Event well attended and Positive Feedback Welcomed. The School was delighted to welcome 39 additional diners on April 7th for the Annual Mothers Day Lunch.   But you know the old adage 'there's no such thing as a free lunch' (even when you have …

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