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Highlights From Term 3

Learning continues from home for Archie and his family;


Owl Class


Owl Class have been focussing on mental health and well-being this term.  The class have created top tips to help people feel good.  These include eating healthy food, for example, the smoothies we made in class.  Keeping in touch with our friends who are learning at home at the moment, the class have weekly virtual meetings, which include a weekly learning quiz.  The class team have also been participating in dance lessons and Yoga during our virtual meetings.  The students and staff enjoy keeping fit and exercising. Please click the link below to view:

Owl Class Wellbeing Tips


Oak Class

During Mental Health Week, Oak Class have been learning how to ‘express ourselves’. 

We have learnt that our feelings can change and that we may feel differently to our friends. Through the arts, we have been given the opportunity to express our feelings in a variety of ways. We have danced, used instruments, listened to music and had the freedom to express ourselves through our own creativity. Although it is important to be able to express our feelings, we have also learnt to respond to our feelings and have explored strategies that could help us, including mindfulness. Oak Class continue to use these strategies daily to support our mental health and well-being. 

Learning to Express Yourself






  • Ofsted Outstanding
  • The Cedar Federation
  • Ifield Smile
  • KsENT
  • SEN Specialist Schools
  • International School Award
  • Kent County Council
  • Arts MArk
  • Healthy Schools
  • Sport England
  • iNet