Children from 2S are thinking about their writing, they are working hard to use connectives to improve their sentences.
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Year 4 Newspaper Reports - Talk for Writing in Action!
Times Tables Rockstars!
House Games Competition
House Team Games
Since designing shields for their teams in October, the feeling of House team spirit has been growing and last week saw pupils in KS2 taking part in a House Team Games competition. Year 3 and 4 pupils in their teams of Earth, Wind, Fire and Water competed against each other at Dodgeball. In Year 5, the pupils enjoyed what turned out to be a one-day international style Kwik Cricket day and Year 6 had great fun playing Caterpillar Rounders.
Pupils have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to take part in a House team game event and learned the importance of collaboration and teamwork. It was fantastic to see pupils encouraging each other when the chips were down and celebrating wins in a respectful manner. The House team winner for this event was Fire so congratulations to all of them. There will be more House events next term including a Spelling Bee competition and House Rap competition.
Eco Warriors Greener and Meaner Than Ever!
KCA Eco Warriors leave no room unchecked!
This month the KCA Eco Warriors have been out and about, visiting classes to see if they are being Eco friendly. Now that the colder months have set in, the Warriors are looking out for radiators which are on at the same time as windows being open. They continue to check if projectors have been kept on whilst everyone is out of class as well as lights, recycling evidence and faulty taps.
In addition to the Eco walks, KCA School Council carries out its recycling walks on a Thursday afternoon each week. Councillors bring their paper recycling bags and walk down with Mrs Gandhi to the paper recycling bins. Not only do they have bags and bags of paper to recycle but they also bring down any plastic recycling!
This year the KCA Primary Council is greener and meaner when it comes to plastic pollution and paper waste!
Year 2 Class Assemblies are a Class Act!
KCA children explore the sky at night!
The Planetarium Comes to KCA
On 19th November, children from Reception and Year 2 classes had an amazing opportunity to get close to the stars, planets, moon and milky way as they crawled on all fours into a giant inflated planetarium. Once inside the dome planetarium, children were able to see the night skies and learned about some of the constellations. They were given an insight into the other planets in our solar system. This experience has provided the children with a great stimulus for discussion about the topic of Space and subsequent writing which they will do as part of their English lessons.
Early Years Foundation Stage
Primary go "Around the World"
It's a Small World
They reported that "Overall - classes are doing really well."
Well done Eco Warriors!
As many of you know, last year we raised approximately 2,500 Euros for the Stop Malaria Campaign. The money was sent to the Chickwawa Project in Malawi, Africa and Tracy Morse the Coordinator has recently sent some information on how our fundraising has helped to save lives. Please share this information with your children and…Details
BOB the bus along with pupils from the KCA choir join Chiquitín’s Christmas celebrations in Gran Alacant. Many children enjoyed listening to stories being told in English, followed by some traditional British Christmas carols.
On Sunday 13th of December, it was the Barkinside Winter Wonderland walk. 48 children from Year 5, 6 and 7 travelled to La Romana to attend the sponsored walk. 12 children brought their own dogs to walk and the rest of the children walked a rescue dog with their parent. It was a phenominal success,…Details
Year 3 and 4 sang their hearts out at the Christmas concert! The children all sang beautifully in English, Spanish and Valencian, some of the Year 4’s even took on solos. A fantastic concert enjoyed by all.
Year 6 have been making Japanese Gardens while learning about the arts and culture of Japan. This has been part of their Around The World topic.
Once again we were delighted to perform our annual Carol Concert in the Capuchinos Church in Alicante. This lovely venue adds wonderful ambience and acoustics to our performances . Congratulations to all singers, musicians and readers for a fantastic standard of performance and a very enjoyable start to our festive period. Special thanks and congratulations…Details
Year 4 have written their own stories and used the ipads to record them as podcasts.
Year 5 put on a wonderful performance of The Magical Christmas Box. Excellent singing, speaking and dancing. A super show enjoyed by all!