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22/01/21

Year 2- Sonny created this bright and colourful postcard to send to Claude in Paris. It makes you feel like you are there. https://t.co/YdDCeJuFaw

22/01/21

Year 3 - In school took their cave building outside. This is what they think a Stone Age Man might live in. What do you think? https://t.co/lzRp8vkCOa

22/01/21

Year 6 have been doing computer coding using emoji’s. Which we’ll known story is this? https://t.co/5irBu40JB4

22/01/21

Year R have been making rockets with junk modelling items. What a creative selection! Let’s see what you have made at home. https://t.co/tRuCCWO4uz

22/01/21

Safer Internet Day is 9th February. Please watch this video made by one of the pupils from Invicta Grammar School. Its a very powerful and important message https://t.co/K3OOCwWMDg

22/01/21

Year 3 - Oakley drew his Stone Age House. Looks inviting, what do you think? https://t.co/m55qBlpSRQ

22/01/21

Year 3 - Oscar made a Stone Age House out of natural materials - lots of leaves involved. Well done. https://t.co/wVvoJzSc4M

22/01/21

Huge well done to Hazel Class - who have had 100% attendance both on line and in the classroom. Outstanding Effort https://t.co/5vHCA0Z52o

22/01/21

Speed Bounce Challenge - You have a week to share your results. Please share your results and videos of you taking part by 29.01.21 Can you beat Miss Hookey's score? https://t.co/14swONNZ4k

21/01/21

Year 4 - Amelia, wonderful example of direct speech. https://t.co/F3NkqYgvYt

21/01/21

Year 3 - Art work by Brandon showing what a Stone Age House would look like. What do you think? Does your house look like this? https://t.co/9LqZSKvoo4

21/01/21

Year 3 Cave Man Art by Kenton . Lovely use of natural materials https://t.co/GjIg23vvPA

21/01/21

Year 3 Cave Man Art by Fearne . Lovely use of natural materials https://t.co/Xym8p2ayZe

21/01/21

Year 3 Cave Man Art by Dylan . Lovely use of natural materials https://t.co/b83T91x3W0

21/01/21

Year 3 Cave Man Art by Cayden. Lovely use of natural materials https://t.co/wcbV6mlzkH

21/01/21

Year 6 - propaganda poster. What amazing use of character and colour. Well done Beatrice https://t.co/4puHwVzhIj

21/01/21

Evie wanted to share with you her amazing achievement. Before Christmas she completed the Lego Diagonal Alley which is for people who are 16+. This shows perseverance and we are very impressed. https://t.co/G9uAV099tD

21/01/21

This week year 5 have been writing a non-chronological report about Auschwitz and the Holocaust. They have looked at how to pick out key information from research and to turn their notes into amazing sentences. You can see in these excellent examples. https://t.co/hG1Cpr3ZTs

21/01/21

This week year 5 have been writing a non-chronological report about Auschwitz and the Holocaust. They have looked at how to pick out key information from research and to turn their notes into amazing sentences. You can see in these excellent examples. https://t.co/DOURugcqIK

21/01/21

This week year 5 have been writing a non-chronological report about Auschwitz and the Holocaust. They have looked at how to pick out key information from research and to turn their notes into amazing sentences. You can see in these excellent examples. https://t.co/9Zfcie7neV

21/01/21

This week year 5 have been writing a non-chronological report about Auschwitz and the Holocaust. They have looked at how to pick out key information from research and to turn their notes into amazing sentences. You can see in these excellent examples. https://t.co/21o8FNIvWH

21/01/21

This week year 5 have been writing a non-chronological report about Auschwitz and the Holocaust. They have looked at how to pick out key information from research and to turn their notes into amazing sentences. You can see in these excellent examples. https://t.co/mHTZWRVhuW

21/01/21

This week year 5 have been writing a non-chronological report about Auschwitz and the Holocaust. They have looked at how to pick out key information from research and to turn their notes into amazing sentences. You can see in these excellent examples. https://t.co/aeeZDpALVS

21/01/21

This week year 5 have been writing a non-chronological report about Auschwitz and the Holocaust. They have looked at how to pick out key information from research and to turn their notes into amazing sentences. You can see in these excellent examples. https://t.co/GCj5M7nFON

21/01/21

Today year 5 learnt more about coding by using a code to tell a story, similar to how coding gives the computer information to perform a task. Can you guess the stories? https://t.co/xakVdv2Krl

21/01/21

Today year 5 learnt more about coding by using a code to tell a story, similar to how coding gives the computer information to perform a task. Can you guess the stories? https://t.co/PnjvxjfQRN

21/01/21

Today year 5 learnt more about coding by using a code to tell a story, similar to how coding gives the computer information to perform a task. Can you guess the stories? https://t.co/N6El5KsYh4

21/01/21

Retweeted From Childnet

With only 3 weeks to go until Safer Internet Day on the 9th February, we take a look at some of the key sources you can use to help make Safer Internet Day 2021 the biggest yet! https://t.co/XtVTPCQnfm https://t.co/jN2B0FpAC0

21/01/21

Rocco and Lex have shared a photo from their walk yesterday. We think they're missing school as much as we are! https://t.co/RrTdGwF9we

20/01/21

Wellbeing Wednesday - Today our Governors surprised all members of staff with a personalised Certificate of Appreciation. This went a long way in making the whole team feel valued. THANK YOU!#personaldevelopment https://t.co/demw2VMiSp

20/01/21

They'll be used so frequently making music that dust won't stand a chance!

20/01/21

Year 4: Geography - Fletcher has captured how our local area has changed. What do you think about the changes? Would you be in favour of our village being developed or do you have a contrasting point of view? https://t.co/aPF7QVUtgG

20/01/21

Favourite book alert! This is what Dolly had to say about 'Billionaire Boy' by "I liked this book because it was so fun to read!" https://t.co/f7eu6gfF2H

19/01/21

Year R - Topic Work. Ella did a wonderful picture of an astronaut and labelled it! https://t.co/XhpxRhmUUm

19/01/21

We will be sharing hints and tips over the coming weeks to help you stay safe whilst on line. Thanks for help start our campaign https://t.co/DXzOVDZYOz

19/01/21

Year R - Henry made this fantastic number line yesterday in the shape of a train! Super number writing https://t.co/nr3RJ0Ws0c

19/01/21

Year 4 - another example of creating a walk and detailing what you will see on that walk. What a very colourful plan. https://t.co/8vjD56JoWT

19/01/21

Year 4 - Maths. This child was proud of what they had completed and was delighted for us to share their work https://t.co/xFDdP041mC

19/01/21

Something new is happening at school! What do you think it might be? The children will see some changes when they return. We’ll give you a clue it involves books https://t.co/vbiUnqAc3X

Outstanding Education

At Valley Invicta Primary School at Aylesford, we are proud of our achievements. Each year we grow from strength to strength and our results reflect this.

We set high expectations for our pupils and expect them to set high expectations for themselves. We want every pupil to excel and to feel successful.  

We are passionate about reading; it is at the heart of our curriculum. We believe success in reading leads to success not only in writing but through all areas of the curriculum. We want our pupils to read with enjoyment, to develop a real love of reading and to be confident, independent writers.

In maths, we want to create a life-long understanding of mathematics and for our pupils to become efficient mathematicians who are able to tackle real life problems logically and with perseverance.

Science provides the foundations for understanding the world around us. Through building key knowledge and concepts, pupils will develop a sense of excitement and curiosity about natural phenomena. Through our teaching of Science pupils will be able to: reason, predict, think logically, work systematically and communicate scientifically.

We believe in an enriched curriculum, that is broad and balanced and provides pupils with a wide range of experiences. We aim to ignite in them a lifelong zest for learning and a sense of wonder about the world.

Language and culture are deeply interconnected and we want our pupils to have an understanding and respect for other cultures as well as to develop an ear for and a love of learning languages. Therefore whilst at At Valley Invicta Primary School at Aylesford our pupils will learn a Modern Foreign Language and work in partnership with our secondary subject leads to develop a new language.

We want to grow the talents of all pupils within an inclusive environment, which encourages them to aspire to greater heights, working to the very best of their ability.