Chilton primary pupils have taken part in a creative focus event aimed at providing a broad range of learning.
Reception children enjoying an audio book in their feature book corner, while Year 1 were exploring the world of traditional tales using ‘The Jolly Postman’ and writing in role.
Year 2 were exploring music and learning about notation, while in Year 3 pupils dressed as explorers testing their boats.
In contrast, Year 4 were creating colourful and challenging work inspired by the iconic style of pop art, while years 5 and 6 were making and then playing their own attacking and defending games.
Head of School Kate Law said the focus events are part of a stimulating learning environment which is a top priority at the school in Ramsgate.
Pupils are encouraged to celebrate their skills and enjoy the wider aspects of learning, and this aspect was highlighted during the school’s recent Ofsted inspection where it received a good rating.
Head of School Kate Law said: “The broadest and most diverse learning possible is something we feel is essential to enable our pupils to meet and surpass their aspirations.
“It creates well-rounded young people who can move on to the next stage of education with a range of skills, self-confidence, high ability levels and an inquisitive desire to explore learning – it is the Chilton way.”