Monday, 23 September 2019

Friday, 20 September 2019

Year 3F - IPC

As part of our IPC topic today  3F made a brain and labelled the different parts.  We have learnt what each part of the brain helps us to do and how the right side controls the left and the left side controls the right.



Thursday, 19 September 2019

Year 6 Boys Secondary Information- Gravesend Grammar School

Dear All,
Just to let you know the Boys Grammar School have added further dates to their Open Mornings.  

Open Morning
9.30am - 11.00am  
Wednesday 16th October - New Date
Thursday 17th October - New Date
Friday 18th October - Remains the same

Open Evening
7.00pm - 9.00pm
Thursday 17th October - Remains the same

If you have any parents who are still unsure, please direct them to our website at Gravesend Grammar.

Monday, 16 September 2019

Active Mile!

Physical activity is important for good physical and mental health of children and young people.
An active mile is one way in which Wrotham Road  can increase the amount of regular physical activity undertaken by children during the school day.

Friday, 13 September 2019

Roald Dahl Day 2019

Year 3- The children explored the unique illustrative techniques used by Quentin Blake. They enjoyed drawing themselves using his techniques.


Thursday, 12 September 2019

Year 5 IPC Entry Point

Year 5 created an Art Gallery where the children could come up with names for famous pieces of art before we revealed what they were actually called and who painted them. 

E Safety Advice For Parents

Year 4 - IPC Entry Point

As part of our topic "The Human Body", Year 4 recreated the processes involved in the digestive system. It got very messy and LOTS of fun was had. 

Friday, 6 September 2019

Aldi's Kit for Schools

This term we’re collecting Team GB stickers with Aldi’s Kit for Schools for the chance to be one of 20 primary schools to win £20,000 to build a health legacy at our school! 

From 6 September–3 November, when you spend £30 or more in any Aldi store, you’ll receive a special Team GB sticker – if our school works together to collect 300 stickers, we will automatically receive an exclusive school sports kit, in addition to entry into the £20,000 prize draw! 

Please send any stickers you receive into school with your children, or bring them in yourself to add to our collection box in school office , and we will add them to our Aldi’s Kit for Schools sticker poster. 

The Aldi’s Kit for Schools campaign supports the aims of Get Set to Eat Fresh, Aldi and Team GB’s award-winning school’s programme, which has already beaten its target to reach 1.2 million young people in the UK by 2020, reaching over 1.5 million young people since its inception

Throughout the autumn term, we will be trying out Get Set to Eat Fresh’s fun and engaging resources to create healthy moments in assemblies and the classroom, alongside setting occasional take-home tasks and challenges. We appreciate your support in helping pupils to complete these activities and hope you will enjoy finding out more about the campaign and the healthy challenges we complete. 

We hope everyone will enjoy collecting Team GB stickers and exploring healthy eating this term. Remember, Aldi’s Kit for Schools Team GB stickers are available until 3 November when shopping in any Aldi store. We will keep everyone up to date with how many stickers we have collected, and how many we have to go! 

If you want to find out more about Aldi’s Kit for Schools you can visit, or get in touch with the school for more information on our plans. 

Thank you so much for your support on this project – we look forward to receiving any stickers you collect!

Mrs Lisa Smith
Healthy School Co-Ordinator 

Thursday, 5 September 2019

Year 3 IPC Entry Point

Year 3 made fashion from recycled materials for our Entry Point this week.