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Isla and Maisie Wallis raised £106.68 for the RSPCA Ashford cattery with their beautiful carol singing. Well done girls - December 2020

Home Learning Guidance for Self Isolating Children

Are you stuck at home and looking for an adventure? Do you want to travel to distant lands and try exciting things you’ve never done before?  Perhaps you’ve never ventured to Narnia or the Wondrous Dinosaurium before.  Perhaps you have, and you can’t wait to return!


As Anne Brontë stated, ‘Reading is my favourite occupation, when I have leisure for it and books to read’.


Although this is a strange time, it’s also a time of opportunity.  Anne Brontë loved reading when she had the time and freedom to do it.  You should grab this time and freedom while you can and read, read, read!  Go on as many adventures as possible!


It is well known that those who read regularly are more likely to become better writers, and the children who are keen to write, will expand their creative horizons and knowledge if they read more. As Dr. Seuss so perfectly put it:

‘The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.’


We are aware that you don’t have access to our wonderful school book shelves and might be wondering what you’re going to read next.  Don’t panic!  We have compiled for you a collection of websites where you can access books to read and listen to.  You have thousands of books at your fingertips!  Never again should the words, “I don't know what to do!” be heard from your lips…thousands of adventures await you!

Please find information regarding your child's class via links on this page. If your child is in either of the two Reception classes (Butterfly or Bumblebee) your main source of information will be Tapestry

Decorating our school gates

Creating bunting for our school gates!

Our week of love and kindness activities!

We have had a lovely week and have focused upon love and kindness as our theme. We created a 'wall of kindness' and talked about random acts of kindness. We wrote letters for the postal workers which Annie dropped off for us and today we wrote to residents in Brambles Care Home. We also created pieces of work inspired by 'Kandinsky' and listened to music and painted pictures to show how the music made us feel. 

Birds keep flying into our classroom this week (we have had blackbirds and a baby starling)........

Our socially distanced woodland walk and the pictures that we created using the leaves we collected!

Our VE Day activities - 2020

Look at our fabulous environment posters!

We sang the song 'SOS from the kids' and had great fun creating environment posters!

Creating our environment posters!

On Tuesday (4th May) we created some rainbow themed bunting as well as designing and decorating t-shirts as a thank you to the NHS!

We designed t-shirts that we can wear each Thursday when we clap for the NHS (We have also made bunting for the school gate)

Today, we played rounders with children from WU5's up to Year 6s and it was great fun!

Our art work inspired by Henri Matisse

We created poems today and paper chains with pledges to help protect the environment.

Inspired by World Earth Day and the artist Richard Long we created our own art work from the things around us in nature.

Chalk art on the playground!

Some of the children of key workers at Lady J have painted our compost bins. They look really bright and include rainbows to celebrate their parents' work!

Lady J Holiday Club

Children from Lady J and Smeeth having fun  and creating some amazing artwork during the Easter break at Holiday club!  

Playing snakes and ladders in the sunshine! We wish you all a lovely weekend!

We found two Great Crested newts along with some Palmate newts in our school pond!