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Ethelbert Road celebrated the Kings coronation yesterday with a special assembly. The Scout, Guide, Cub and Brownie community planted a special Coronation bed designed by James in Year 3, we created a whole school picture using our finger prints, and each child received a commemorative medal.

Year 3 had an amazing time at Kent Life for their Roman Day. They participated in lots of exciting activities and learnt lots about the Romans. The children particularly enjoyed meeting the Centurion and forming the turtle defence move.

Year 4 Maidstone Museum Visit

The Great Fire of London

The Gunpowder Plot

Celebrating the Platinum Jubilee at Ethelbert Road

Year 1 have enjoyed learning about The Great Fire of London. This topic has inspired their writing and they have enjoyed exploring our locality looking at and sketchingTudor houses. The Mayor of Faversham spotted our children and came out to talk to them about their learning. 

Year 5’s Ancient Egyptian learning came to life when they visited Maidstone Museum and learnt about mummification. The children put their knowledge and skills to the test by mummifying an orange. They also enjoyed seeing a mummy first hand and linking their learning to a real life object. 

World War 2 and the Battle of Britain 

Year 5 and 6 are learning about World War 2 and The Battle of Britain. To bring their learning to life the classes visited The Royal Engineers' Museum in Gillingham to learn about life in Medway during WW2.

Leeds Castle - bringing history to life

Walk Like an Egyptian!

Year 4's Topic this term is Ancient Egyptians. They learnt about mummification and had fun mummifying Pharaoh Charlotta!

Grace Darling Workshop

VE Day 75 years

Remembrance Day

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On 11.11.2020 Ethelbert Road thought about all the people who fought in the wars to make this world a better place for us all. We marked this special day by making poppies and one by one we attached them to a display. We held a one minute silence and learnt why we should always remember this time. You can see our beautiful display in our school garden or enjoy watching our Remembrance video.

Music Lessons 1949