Henry, Ella, Joe, Thomas and Matilda proudly donned their Cub and Beaver uniforms and participated in the recent St George’s Day parade and church service in Faversham in commemoration of Scouting’s patron saint. They looked extremely smart as they marched through the town. Well done!
Rosie cooking Anglo Saxon oat cakes
Ruby entered a competition to design a robot that could help with every day jobs and came runner up in her age category. Well Done!
During the Christmas holidays, Grace and Joe delivered a hamper to the Pilgrims’ Hospice in Canterbury, who provide end of life care and support to patients and their families. The hamper went to a family who was unfortunately requiring the services of the hospice’s community nurses at home over the festive period. Grace and Joe said they hope they “brought moment of joy to a family having a tough Christmas”.
Owen and his legendary baking skills
Cody and Noah (Willow and Acorn classes) held a 'Christmas Crafternoon' charity event on Saturday at Eastling Village Hall to raise money for Mind charity. They took along 84 children's craft kits for their friends and family to make, created 'positivity colouring sheets' for their friends, and held a Christmas Book Sale in the hall for donations too. They raised £735 for Mind.
Owen made a Children in Need T-Shirt
Emily came first out of 50 children in the 25m breaststroke sprints at her swim school, winning a gold medal.
Frankie completed Race for Life raising a total of £231 in the process, and making her Mum very proud.
The Wild Class Room Crew helping out at Belmont Woodfest
In June Grace and Joe took on the 30 days Wild challenge, with The Wildlife Trusts. Each day they had to complete a wild task, these tasks included, plastic free day, plant a wild flower garden, switch a household product to a green one, eating outside, and a big wild camp out, to name a few. They enjoyed spending lots of time outdoors to complete the challenge, and are pleased to have raised some funds and awareness for wildlife and conservation issues.
Jasmine cooking a Roots to Food recipe learnt in school.
Grace and Joe have been busy fundraising and raising awareness for Pancreatic Cancer UK in memory of their Grandad.
Austin's caught another whopper!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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