We had a fantastic day at the V and A Museum of Childhood and the children were a real credit to the school. It is a wonderful museum that fits in perfectly with our History topic ‘Toys in the Past’. The children were able to look around the museum at the various toys from the past and present. There were board games to play with, rocking horses and many other […]
On Monday, Nursery and Reception travelled to Langton Way Sheltered Housing to give our donated food and sing to the residents. As always, it was a wonderful day out and a great chance for the children to meet the people of their community! Here are our lovely songs we’ve been learning!
Booking for October Holiday Club is now open. Please visit the Holiday Club page to discover the list of fun activities and to download the booking form.
Year 3 Beach Trip On 29th September Year 3 enjoyed a wonderful day out to the British coastland. First we stopped off at Margate to explore the mysterious shell grotto; what an amazing experience! The children loved the intrigue of hypothesising how and why it was built. After buying some wonderful trinkets in the grotto shop, we then went to Whitstable. Here, the children collected rocks and seashells for use […]
On Friday 30th September the year 6 netball team had a tough first match arranged against Blackheath High, who have been playing for a few consecutive years now. The game was a very exciting battle with both Pointers and Blackheath showing great energy and enthusiasm throughout. Blackheath were leading 2-1 with one quarter left, but Pointers showed great character and belief to eventually come out on top winning 3-2. On […]
Last Sunday 18th September was the first competition for the Kent Grand Prix (first Chess event of the academic year 2016/2017). Pointers had a very inexperienced but promising team. Four boys from Pointers school took part in the event: Stakhey & Evan in the Under 10 section and Max & David in the Under 8 section. Stakhey came 2nd in the Under 10 section, and Max came 2nd in the Under 8 section. As a […]