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20/04/21

Year 4 Learning Launch - Cat for a Day! Painting cityscapes and making masks, plus cat-like OAA games, so much fun! https://t.co/1EEVRpyb0s

19/04/21

Year 5 and 6 learning about Victorian art outside. They are practising different shading techniques. https://t.co/BgkSPFHXMq

19/04/21

Victorian school for Year 5 and 6 as part of our learning launch for the history topic this term. https://t.co/IIhNFuOEXq

19/04/21

Victorian school for Year 5 and 6 as part of our learning launch for the topic this term. https://t.co/HZHXiSc2tF

06/04/21

Find out more about teacher training at our Trust's event! https://t.co/udPDTlI63f

30/03/21

What can we do to stop glaciers melting? Year 3 have been producing posters to create awareness about how climate change is affecting the glaciers and what can be done to reduce this and help people, animals and our planet. https://t.co/TUXXjZxVdT

30/03/21

Something is about to happen on the school field with Elder class https://t.co/d9Dwsf7xBC

30/03/21

First of our “lucky spot” Easter egg winners! https://t.co/F3ebUL2yxl

30/03/21

How can we make positive changes to save the melting glaciers in the Arctic and Antarctic? Year 3 are busy researching ways to reduce melting glaciers and save our planet! https://t.co/DcIoYoQjWv

26/03/21

School council pupils taking part in The Diana Award Anti-bullying Ambassador Training - young people briefing https://t.co/sHQwgKmSW0

23/03/21

We are delighted to announce that our school has been awarded £1,000 from Tesco's Bags of Help scheme! We will be using the money to buy musical instruments to make sure all our pupils have access to an instrument during music lessons. Thank you so much ! https://t.co/zGjUtV8wQW

23/03/21

We're so proud of Camron, who is a finalist in the primary category of this competition! Read his story here - https://t.co/ShCt3XURfM https://t.co/K59miDr1II

15/03/21

Hazel Class winners of the 3D Book Review - Amelia, Jude and Charlie. Well done! What amazingly detailed work. https://t.co/aPB6sGrWGx

15/03/21

Hazel Class taking part in Boxercise for our indoor PE lessons this term - we love it! https://t.co/P5fZxinRul

11/03/21

Decision makers: children in Year 3 debated which services they would prioritise if they were local councillors. They decided they would spend their money on schools, older people and waste. What do you think about our proposals? https://t.co/QeHxVlnzYU

04/03/21

Aylesford’s Got Talent is a great way to showcase all the outstanding talents our pupils have, every year. This year, in particular, it has brought so much joy and we are delighted to announce the winners, Harvey and Jessica! See our website for more info! https://t.co/SDM25yAZkE https://t.co/H7Mk5l9JNc

03/03/21

Luca has amazing dinosaur knowledge! He made this virtual encyclopaedia for Mrs Kindred, as part of this term’s dinosaur home learning. He's clearly a palaeontologist in the making! How many of these dinosaurs can Luca teach you? https://t.co/Ccsf6wWcmW https://t.co/yxJxU5L7a9

03/03/21

Valley Park School is holding its first Community Art Auction on YouTube, on Thurs 4 March at 7pm. The virtual live event will raise money for Dementia UK & there will be a range of artwork to purchase - don't miss it! https://t.co/KzhD3X6WVb

02/03/21

Year 6 - During in our PSHE lesson Skye researched the importance of fair trade and how this impacts farmers. Well done Skye excellent poster. https://t.co/DYXNnz5N1p

02/03/21

For world book week this week year 5/6 have been creating their favourite book characters from potatoes! Can you guess who is who? https://t.co/7NRBLNGVYw

02/03/21

For world book week this week year 5/6 have been creating their favourite book characters from potatoes! Can you guess who is who? https://t.co/8kUv8Nh1NL

02/03/21

For world book week this week year 5/6 have been creating their favourite book characters from potatoes! Can you guess who is who? https://t.co/5oS0hjCSTs

02/03/21

For world book week this week year 5/6 have been creating their favourite book characters from potatoes! Can you guess who is who? https://t.co/JvEu5nIXEt

02/03/21

Year 3 have been producing news reports based on Ice Palace by Robert Swindells. They have reported about a child being taken by Starjik and his wicked wolves. We definitely have some budding news reporters! https://t.co/3PEiwDsPbJ

02/03/21

Year 3 have been producing news reports based on Ice Palace by Robert Swindells. They have reported about a child being taken by Starjik and his wicked wolves. We definitely have some budding news reporters! https://t.co/6coY0cUAyu

02/03/21

Year 3 have been producing news reports based on Ice Palace by Robert Swindells. They have reported about a child being taken by Starjik and his wicked wolves. We definitely have some budding news reporters! https://t.co/l6vXUx2Biu

02/03/21

Year 3 have been producing news reports based on Ice Palace by Robert Swindells. They have reported about a child being taken by Starjik and his wicked wolves. We definitely have some budding news reporters! https://t.co/HzlZMuruY1

02/03/21

Year 3 have been producing news reports based on Ice Palace by Robert Swindells. They have reported about a child being taken by Starjik and his wicked wolves. We definitely have some budding news reporters! https://t.co/wHCqXXOZdC

02/03/21

Year 3 have been producing news reports based on Ice Palace by Robert Swindells. They have reported about a child being taken by Starjik and his wicked wolves. We definitely have some budding news reporters! https://t.co/TTGfTmUIWh

02/03/21

Year 3 have been producing news reports based on Ice Palace by Robert Swindells. They have reported about a child being taken by Starjik and his wicked wolves. We definitely have some budding news reporters! https://t.co/Tp7s5xcSeh

01/03/21

4 year old Luca has dinosaur knowledge far beyond amazing! He made this virtual encyclopaedia for Mrs Kindred Awesome to see such aspiration for his future career. An expert palaeontologist in the making! How many of these dinosaurs can Luca teach you? https://t.co/wXRfDbNtr1

01/03/21

Year 1 created use different art techniques to create the Great Fire of London. Excellent pictures - Well Done Year 1 https://t.co/pOrhvhDHSL

01/03/21

Year 1 created use different art techniques to create the Great Fire of London. Excellent pictures - Well Done Year 1 https://t.co/9ofpSnoCmN

01/03/21

Year 1 created use different art techniques to create the Great Fire of London. Excellent pictures - Well Done Year 1 https://t.co/wTdFnPSEu5

01/03/21

Year 1 created use different art techniques to create the Great Fire of London. Excellent pictures - Well Done Year 1 https://t.co/uRAXhU9hbS

01/03/21

Year 1 created use different art techniques to create the Great Fire of London. Excellent pictures - Well Done Year 1 https://t.co/2O77aENfT0

01/03/21

Year 1 created use different art techniques to create the Great Fire of London. Excellent pictures - Well Done Year 1 https://t.co/H9aN6NgJx5

Music and Arts

At Valley Invicta Primary School at Aylesford, we believe music is a universal language that embodies one of the highest forms of creativity.

We aim to deliver a high-quality music education which engages and inspires pupils to develop a love of music and their talent as musicians. In turn this increases their self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement. 

As pupils progress, they develop a critical engagement with music, allowing them to compose, and to listen with discrimination to the best in the musical canon.

Our music curriculum shows clear progression of knowledge and skills which are in line with the National Curriculum. The curriculum is accessible to all, maximising the development of every child’s ability and academic achievement in this subject.

Children have weekly singing assemblies lead by a Kent Music Teacher and in Year 3 Ukelele lessons are taught by a music specialist. All children have access to extra- curricular opportunities such as choir, singing in the local community and Young Voices.

Below are some of the exciting opportunities and developments we have planned for music at Valley Invicta Primary School at Aylesford… keep your eyes peeled for:

  • One to one musical instrument tuition taught by music specialists.
  • Brand new musical instruments.
  • Music enrichment days.
  • School Music Ambassadors to support and promote music at our school. 
  • Working with Nathan Timothy to create a school song to publish.
  • Working with Arts Insight to create a multimedia musical production.
  • Achieving the Arts Mark Award.