NEW SPORTS KIT FOR OUR TEAMS!

Thank you so much to The Friends for making our children stand out in the crowd at our sporting events!  The children are thrilled to have these new tops. We are very proud of our sporting achievements at Kennet Valley School and have developed a good reputation over recent years for success at tournaments, our determination and team sprit. We enjoy training hard for these events in PE on the field at Kennet Valley Hall and at our after school clubs. We are most grateful to our volunteer helpers, coaches and parents for all the support they give us.

ARK – Trout events in School

Please be aware of the following upcoming trout events…

Phoenix & Pegasus classes will be doing an invertebrate activity with Action for River Kennet on Thursday 22nd February from 1-3pm.

Phoenix class will be releasing the trout that we have been rearing in class on Tuesday 27th March at Clatford Arboretum at 9.30am – parents & carers welcome to join us!

Tag Rugby 2017

Congratulations to the Tag Rugby who came an amazing 4th in the overall competition with the other team following closely behind. A cold but amazing time was had by all the children.

Match Report by Tilly Year 6

Noisily entering the pitch for the first time Kennet A&B started their first games. As we played our first few matches it was freezing but by lunch time it was like an oven a beautiful spring day.

First pool complete Kennet A won all thier games, Kennet B won 2 & lost 2

Second pool both teams won 3 and lost 1.

Now time for the results 1st Place in group 3 Kennet B Yay!!

group 1 4th place Kennet A with the overall results Kennet A 4th place, Kennet B 9th place.

Kennet Valley School teams were all jumping for joy and congratulating each other and the other teams.

Restoration of the school bell

It was with great excitement that the school bell started ringing again in September 2017 to mark the beginning of the school day at 0855. The restoration was largely funded through the Diocese and we are very grateful for this. Maria our Rector came to lead our school collective worship and to bless the bell for us. The bell dates back to Victorian times and the villagers tell us they welcome the sound again as it’s rings out across the village too! Maria explained that the bell symbolises our strong school connection with the Church, our Christian beliefs and values, as it marks the beginning of our day coming together to play, learn, pray and worship.