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01/06/20

Mia is absolutely over the moon with Her Majesty’s response to her letter and picture some months ago, following the Queen’s visit. A coincidence that it was written just 2 days after her birthday Wow thats amazing - well done Mia https://t.co/VyhnMBC2iu

01/06/20

Amelie learning about bee keeping with her dad. Its great to see someone learning a new skill. https://t.co/CKPJ2TQAZw

01/06/20

Skye Ash class TikTok exercise teaching us how to do this https://t.co/A614TFJL44 Well done Skye - excellent filming and describing how to do the moves

27/05/20

There have been some amazing entries for the VIAT Transition Project! You can see all the submissions so far, from the pupils joining VIAT's secondary schools in September & find some inspiration to create your own, on the dedicated website. Details here: https://t.co/9vsktj1Eex https://t.co/ojvNnjGbF6

20/05/20

For PSHE - Skye - Ash class wrote a letter to her elderly neighbours Well done Skye - https://t.co/oJZiqevIcZ

20/05/20

Thank you to Mrs Burton from Charlotte https://t.co/jluyGBC0Aj

20/05/20

Year 5 Home Learning showing an act of kindness. Skye Ash class making her mum a cup of tea. Well done Skye https://t.co/qc4Cbk0xJr

20/05/20

Thank you to Mrs Kindred - from Mia https://t.co/8Cl7SetkgX

20/05/20

Sophia from Chestnut class wants to wish you all a Happy Thank A Teacher Day! Thank you Sophia from all the team at Aylesford - that's made our day https://t.co/U0sU2zbRo2

20/05/20

Sophia from Chestnut class wants to wish Mrs Kindred a very Happy Thank A Teacher Day! Thank you for all you do and your lovely stories for our work. I enjoy listening to them. My favourite has been Hello Beaky! https://t.co/A2AkBNQJYW

20/05/20

Oliver from Chestnut class wanted to say a big thank you to Mrs Kindred for being a wonderful teacher! He has drawn and written a poster for her 😃 https://t.co/2kQtiCT4da

20/05/20

Amelia - Yew Class. This is the rain forest she made. Well done Amelia - so life like. https://t.co/JkvcQZzgPR

20/05/20

Skye - Ash class, boats she made and raced Well done Skye - that sounds like you had a great time. https://t.co/Mnnd1PMBTi

20/05/20

To Mrs Burton from George on Thank a teacher day https://t.co/tlqC2moeN6

20/05/20

Daniel saying thank you to Mrs Doe - she is a TA at school and Akela at Cubs https://t.co/z2O6WpJHIt

20/05/20

Todays act of Kindness - Daniel from Ash Class Well done Daniel you have been working hard https://t.co/hJyqa3Lp9z

20/05/20

Thank you to Mrs Burford from Beth https://t.co/RndV4ZHyVx

20/05/20

Abigail (Willow class) enjoyed her art project. She found sticks in the garden and made a rainbow A for Abigail and an E for her baby sister Emilia Well done Abigail https://t.co/d1yf1IRPen

20/05/20

Louie has loved the Year 2 Mario work this week and is engaged in home learning. Mr Hall/ Miss Stevens has promised Louie a headteacher sticker when we return to school. Well done Louie https://t.co/83Chpzcrpf

20/05/20

Annabelle- Ash Class singing Ocean Eyes by Billie Eilish for music home learning https://t.co/3c8H7QGPs2 Well done Annabelle

20/05/20

Dear Miss Fafunso, Below is Ewan’s teddy hunt algorithms. He loved showing his siblings how to find his teddy with it. Well done Ewan https://t.co/T7ygU3o0G8

20/05/20

Dana from Sycamore Class sending her thanks on Thank a Teacher Day. https://t.co/0YcWc0lFdU

20/05/20

Gus from Ash Class - sending a thank you to his class teacher and the Aylesford Team, along with playing them some songs https://t.co/FmfVf8z8Yu

20/05/20

A thank you from Abigail to her class teacher https://t.co/HP4ke4RLDD

20/05/20

Skye - Ash Class singing Dear Future Husband by Meghan Trainer for her music home learning https://t.co/xqQqnZ7DV0 Well done Skye

19/05/20

We have seen how creative you can be. Please join in with Thank a teacher day. Send in videos or pictures to office.viat.org.uk Its tomorrow and for all teachers and support staff. They will all be shared on Facebook and Twitter https://t.co/c380PyRpCg

18/05/20

Retweeted From PiXL Primary

(1/2) Today is Day 1 of the 'Time Capsule Diary'. Today’s theme is ‘What I do’ and the suggested method of recording today’s diary is using a cartoon strip. Feel free to choose another way of recording if you prefer. Watch today's short video for more ideas and to get started! https://t.co/CU0lrO7qTi

18/05/20

This is for a Year 6 children https://t.co/10h2V4nxYr

18/05/20

On this day 1938 - The KFC library van called this morning to change juvenile library books https://t.co/Za4pNCvvgl

15/05/20

With access to libraries, classrooms and bookshops limited for most children, Books for Topics have been busy finding some of the best online story times for children to use freely at home: https://t.co/XxeAaXCtbw Have a look! We think they're great! https://t.co/EqYpi7lJRA

14/05/20

After the huge success of our Stay Creative competition, we're launching another! This time, there's a STEAM focus so we'd like to see work around Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics. All VIAT students can take part! Full details here: https://t.co/vZt14XuG45 https://t.co/weknWw5jOh

13/05/20

Here is this week's quiz. It is much easier than last week's. https://t.co/hqy7QrHpEk

13/05/20

We are proud that Mrs Doe has been pictured by as one of the COVID Community Heroes - She and many others in school have supported families with food parcels and dropping off school work and has been active with - supporting our wider community https://t.co/3dT94H6wSV

13/05/20

On this day - 13th May 1960 - School Concert made £38 half for the church fund and half for the school https://t.co/guip4HsKNJ

13/05/20

This week's headteachers blog https://t.co/3xVizOvNU0

13/05/20

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Let's get active! https://t.co/L9A97aFykG Have a go at our age related, progressive PE lessons. Carefully designed for home learning. 2 lessons per week in Tennis & Striking & Fielding this term.

12/05/20

Read our weekly Headteacher blog here - Not All Superheroes Wear Capes! https://t.co/3xVizOvNU0

12/05/20

Mollie enjoyed the art work and decided make a bright coloured star. Well done Mollie that is very colourful. Thank you for sharing. https://t.co/TUnLe4rwil

11/05/20

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High quality and professional PE lessons and Olympic themed home learning this week! 2 PE lessons per week across 4 age grps https://t.co/L9A97aFykG

Welcome

Welcome to our school website! I am very proud to be able to share with you an insight into the wonderful opportunities your child will have during their time at Valley Invicta Primary School at Aylesford!

Our school is a vibrant place where children are enthusiastic and motivated to achieve their very best. Our pupils are at the heart of every decision we make to ensure they are happy, confident and that the opportunities provided for them are relevant to their needs, both now and in the future.

At Valley Invicta Primary School at Aylesford, we believe that children should be curious about their learning.  Through our engaging curriculum, we ensure that children can foster a passion for learning that will help to develop high aspirations and a lifetime of memories. We believe that children should have access to a well-rounded curriculum; where individual talents can be spotted and nurtured, to ensure that they can all experience success and reach their full potential. 

Our school has a dedicated and passionate team that works hard to achieve excellence in everything we do.  We aim for this to be further embedded through our successful relationships with parents, the local community and the other schools within Valley Invicta Academy Trust. We firmly believe that education is a partnership between home and school, and regard we regard parents and carers as active partners in a child's education. We value your interest and support.

I hope that our website will give you as much information as possible about our school, the staff and the many activities that our children enjoy through our curriculum and extra-curricular activities. It will develop over time as we add more information, but it could never replace the first-hand experience of coming to visit us.  If you have suggestions or feedback about the website, or if you would like to come and see us at work, please get in touch via the school office.

Loni Stevens
Headteacher