There’s a Dinosaur in my Classroom!

Cherry class recently had a very exciting visit from dinosaur expert Mr Aer. He taught us about dinosaurs and how they became fossils. Some of us even got dressed up! He brought in his friend, Trixie the Triceratops. “It was good to see Trixie,” says Zara, “because I got to feed her!” “We made clay […]

Our Easter Celebrations

Easter is an important date in our school year when we think about how Jesus died on the Cross and how the Easter eggs we all enjoy, symbolise new life and hope. Beech Class performed the Easter Story in Church to the whole school and parents. They also made some beautiful Easter cards for the older […]

Quiet Club

Quiet Club offers the children a chance to escape the hurly burly of the lunchtime playground and to enter an atmosphere where they can be reflective and creative. Activities on offer range from painting, drawing, mindfulness colouring and plasticine modelling or just the opportunity to be silent, or sit quietly and read. Quiet club finishes […]

Well done Bethany!

Borden CEP School is pleased to announce that Bethany Moore was the winner of the Swale Litter Angels competition 2016. Her superhero themed litter poster will be used across the  Swale area to encourage everyone to keep our environment tidy. Well done Bethany ! We are all proud of you.

Children in Need 2016

As you can see our Children were very inventive with their clothing for this years Children in Need fund raiser. Amounts raised will be published in our Newsletter. Sian said ” I enjoyed having my face painted and dressing up in fun clothing, I was so excited I was up at 6.45 to get it […]

Digging for Fossils

Here’s some of the things the children said about their Fossil Digging Day… “We found loads of rocks and even some real fossils!” “We found a big rock and some little rocks.” “I found a big fossil.  I was digging and I saw that inside there was something super cool!” “I was looking for fossils, […]

Where in the World Did the Dinosaurs Come From?

Dinosaur fossils have been found all over the world, but Maple Class have been using their atlases to create maps to show where different bones have been found. We have been learning about the different continents and how to use the atlases to help us to find them.    

Dino Day!

Mr Aers, the dinosaur expert came to visit Maple Class to teach us all about different dinosaurs.  We learnt what carnivores, herbivores and omnivores are and how to detect them from their teeth. Trixie the Triceratops, who had been hiding in a cave when the dinosaurs were wiped out came to see us too.  We […]

A Visit from the Air Ambulance

As part of our topic, ‘Heroes and Villains’, we had a visit from a real life hero!  Paul works as a volunteer for the Kent Air Ambulance and he told us all about the work that the paramedics, doctors and pilots do on board the helicopter. The children asked lots of fantastic questions to Paul […]

Remembrance Service

During Remembrance week each class took part in making a wreath to represent our school in the Church Service held on 13th November. As you will see from our photographs we held our own whole school service conducted by Mrs Ford where we held a two minute silence reflecting on those who sacrificed so much […]