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Year 2 have a visit from the Matrix Theatre

Matrix Theatre led a dramatic and exciting workshop for Year 2 on Wednesday afternoon.  The children entered the Lower School hall to find a model of Pudding Lane, where the Great Fire of London started.  Having impressed the leaders of the workshop with their existing knowledge...

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Headteacher's Roundup 2 November 2018

What another incredibly busy week for all at Chinthurst and food has played a prominent role! On Wednesday the children and staff were treated to a Halloween spectacular menu, followed by a vegan feast (to celebrate world vegan month) on Thursday.  Form teachers explained the values and ethos...

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Year 1 visit the Polka Theatre

On a very sunny Wednesday Year 1 accompanied by Mrs Gadd, Miss Waterman and Mrs Jacks went to see the one-woman performance of ‘Under the Rainbow’.We have been learning about explorers and this play took us on a journey across land and sea in search of a land that would give hope...

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Healthy Eating Day in Year 3

On the last day of half term, Year 3 took part in a ‘Healthy Eating Day’ as part of their science unit. They did lots of exciting activities, such as; baking healthy snacks, completing obstacle courses and a ‘stretch and relax’ class, creating videos using the iPads...

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Year 5 Visit Bough Beech Reservoir

On October 11th, Year 5 headed off to Bough Beech reservoir in Edenbridge, Kent. The reason for our trip was to discover how our water is treated to make it safe for us to drink. Did you know that our water goes through eight different processes before it comes through the pipes to...

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World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day has been featured heavily in the press this week. It is important to remember that a child’s mental wellbeing is as important as their physical health. Mental health problems affect around one in ten children under the age of 11. At Chinthurst we continue...

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