Kingswood Day 5
On our last day, we finished off with practising our fencing skills in the sun and working on cooperation skills as a team. Sorry about all the muddy and wet laundry.
Kingswood Day 4 2019
Another enjoyable day at Kingswood. We started the day off by conquering our fear of heights on High Equilibrium. Then army crawled our way through a ‘trench’ of obstacles and mud. We dined on ‘Home way from Home’ food. Learned how to light fires in the Bushcraft area. Sorry our clothes are both muddy and smokey. Then tuned into our inner Robin Hood while practising our archery. We finished off our day showing off our dancing moves at the disco.
Thank you for the letters and cards you sent us. See you all tomorrow!!
Year 6 Kingswood Residential children
Kingswood Day 3
Today was a very WET day!!! We conquered our fear of heights on Jacob’s Ladder and built a shelter to get out of the rain. Got lost orienteering several times around the campus.Our meals took us to Italy with a range of Italian food. We finished the day as our very own superheroes in the scrapheap challenge, using only our hands and tape.
We aim to enjoy the aim enjoy the last few days, while keeping our values in check.
See you on Friday.
Year 6 Kingswood Residential children
Kingswood 2019 Day 1 and 2
Wow! We have been busy. Check out these photos of us…
Problem Solving challenge
Please note more photos will be added soon.
Love you and miss you
Year 6 Kingswood Residential children.
Year 6G’s Class Blog
We have had a super start to the Autumn Term with pupils settling to their two class teachers. Thank you to all parents who have come forward to say hello to both teachers. All 6G’s Pupils are excited and looking forward to the year ahead and are already identifying a few challenges ahead which we believe they will conquer.
When asked about the feelings, hopes and aspirations for the year ahead here is what some children said:
Omar – ‘I feel happy because we are the top of the school and role models to other children. Next year, we are going to secondary school so that means this year we would be learning a lot more to prepare us for SATs, which make me feel excited. I also know we would have to apply for our secondary school places and I don’t want to end up in one that isn’t very good!’
Olivia – ‘I am excited about year 6, but nervous because I am leaving Adamsrill soon to relocate to New Zealand. I am worried that I may have to do some tests before I relocate to get a good school in New Zealand.
Deborah – I am happy but anxious about everything I have to do for secondary school. I am only worried a little bit about my SATs results because I am ready to work really hard. I am not sure I would like to apply to be the head girl at Adamsrill but I am still thinking about it. This year I would like to do very well, earn badges and receive lots of awards like my older sister.
The class is excited about their forthcoming trip to Deptford Creekside where they will learn a lot more on Rivers. Parents keep the date 27th Sept’, 2018 and join us that morning at 9:10am to share our learning so far!
Thank you for reading our blog!
Mrs Onye and Ms Stewart
We are having a wonderful time. Our days are so full that when we hit our pillows at the end of the day we are out. We have become a bit rosie from the sun and worn out but you’ll love our stories of bravery when we return.
Our final night disco
Check out the gallery page for more photos.
Kingswood 2018 – day 2
An early morning walk.
Some of our day!!
Our evening fire…
Our first activities…
We have arrived
Year 6 Take Over day
On Thursday 9th November it was Take Over Day for Y6. All the children took on different roles from Headteacher to Classteacher and from Office Manager to Premise. They even covered playtime duties! Take a look at the photos.
Parents – How can you help?
As introduced in the Parent meeting on 14 September 2017, here is a link to the presentation and all the useful websites.