Friday, 8 December 2017

Carol Singing at Stephenson Court

Every year, in December, a group of children take a short walk to visit the elderly people living at Stephenson Court, Kilsby, to sing a few carols with them.

This year the children in Rowan class visited them on the morning of Thursday 7th December, along with Mr How, Miss T.K., Mrs Woodall and Rev Nigel.  They sang carols to the residents there, including 'O Little Town of Bethlehem' and 'Away in a Manger.'  The residents really enjoyed the morning and joined in with the singing themselves.  They kindly provided the children with refreshments afterwards. 

Monday, 4 December 2017

Christmas Tree

This morning, Monday 4th December, all the children in Chestnut (the Reception class)  helped Miss Smith decorate our school Christmas tree!

Here is a photo taken after it was done, they made a very good job of it!

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

First Aid in School

Today, Wednesday 22nd November the children had a visitor in school.

Mrs Bishop, a paramedic and one of our parents, came to speak to the children about some of the basic things they could do to help in several common emergencies and how to deal with them.

Friday, 17 November 2017

Children in Need

Today, on Friday 17th November, the children came to school wearing something spotty and brought a donation towards Children in Need.

Also at break time some of the girls in Maple class held a stall selling homemade cakes, friendship bracelets and book marks. It was their own idea to do this to help raise more money for this cause, and they organised everything themselves.

They sold out on everything and raised a grand total of £137.45!  Well done girls you did really well, we are so proud of you!

We have yet to add up all the donations that the children brought in for Children in Need, we will let you know the total once it has been counted.  Many thanks to parents for your donations, it is much appreciated.

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Odd Socks Day!

Today, Tuesday 14th November all the children at Kilsby School came to school wearing odd socks to mark this week being Anti-Bullying week.

Odd Socks Day is designed to be fun! It’s an opportunity for children to express themselves, to help them appreciate and celebrate their individuality and uniqueness! 

Friday, 10 November 2017


On Friday 10th November Rev Nigel came to school to take a Remembrance assembly with the children.

The whole school walked to the churchyard at St Faith's Church, Kilsby and stood beside the war memorial, where they held a 2 minute silence at 11.00 am to remember all those who died for us during the world wars. Mr How read 'Flanders Fields' and Holly and Dylan both read a poem.

All the children had made poppies in their classes during the week, and these were placed inside the church.

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Rowan Class Find Out About The Digestive System!

On Monday 6th November Rowan class learnt all about the digestive system!

Firstly, they used drumsticks as teeth to grind and chew (crush up) the bread. 

Then they used a toilet roll tube to act as the oesophagus.

The bread travelled down this and into a plastic bag, the stomach, and was then mixed with water, stomach acid, which broke down the bread.   

They used their hands to squeeze the broken down bread, just like our muscles do when it is in our stomach. 

From the stomach the food travelled to the large intestine, our balloon. Here the nutrients  from the food goes through tiny pin size holes into our blood stream. 

The remainder of the food is waste and goes through the small intestine and out through the rectum.