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22/06/22

EYFS and Year 6 had a great time together today. https://t.co/Qb6IMkXkWf

10/06/22

Year 6 are enjoying their cricket lessons https://t.co/S2MBH3hypW

27/05/22

Birch class are ready to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee! https://t.co/gAzc8zzBLD

13/05/22

Willow class had a fantastic afternoon of fun in the sun. With Mrs Lyon’s teaching them some country dancing as well as playing some great outdoor games. The smiles show it all! https://t.co/9y5rfjCmHQ

13/05/22

Year 6 end of SATs treat day. Our students have worked so hard they deserve this!! You’re never to old for a pirate ship adventure!#sats2022 https://t.co/ArG9JfM1AB

10/05/22

An amazing achievement for one of our Year 6 girls - Gold for the Kick Boxing Drill and Silver for the Hand Drill in the Kent Regional Championships! https://t.co/8vuYxJ6E1w

10/05/22

Year 6 we’re letting off some steam and having some friendly competition with rockets https://t.co/GahoLDGjWA

10/05/22

Year 6 SATs breakfast. We are so grateful to community champion Helen for her kind donation of products. Our pupils are enjoying eating together before sitting their papers. https://t.co/wy9aL1aHd3

06/05/22

Willow class had their learning launch this week based on Jon Klassen’s amazing book “I want my hat back”. We’ve been authors and illustrators writing our own versions of the book, and artists making rock paintings of our characters too. Thanks for the inspiration! https://t.co/Fuh5TkgGnc

06/05/22

Pre SATS treat. We are so proud of our Year 6 pupils, the resilience and perseverance they have displayed has been outstanding! They are a credit to our school and their families. We wish them all the best. Now go and shine like the stars that you are. 🌟🌟🌟🌟#year6 https://t.co/GLBPb5lzMT

03/05/22

Aylesford Primary had a fantastic Friday at the music department at Invicta Grammar, thank you for having us 🎼 Music videos will be available on our website soon 💫 https://t.co/6SzymbVf53

03/05/22

We are delighted to be able to finally show you the final performance from Year 5’s ‘Shakespeare Week’ workshop. The children studied the play MacBeth and learnt lines from this to perform in front of other schools from the trust. They had a fantastic time! ⁦ https://t.co/3dFFtuaq5Q

22/04/22

Today Year 4 had their learning launch for English based around our new text Varjak Paw by . We have made cat masks, created city landscapes and learnt “The Way” 🐱 https://t.co/YPJerLYuYQ

22/04/22

Today Year 4 had their learning launch for English based around our new text Varjak Paw by . We have made cat masks, created city landscapes and learnt “The Way” 🐱 https://t.co/rXRr5UhDEy

22/04/22

Today Year 4 had their learning launch for English based around our new text Varjak Paw by . We have made cat masks, created city landscapes and learnt “The Way” 🐱 https://t.co/J7eFytg178

20/04/22

Year 5 had an excellent afternoon taking part in Bushtucker Trials in ‘I’m a School Child, Get Me Out of Here,’ https://t.co/aw3aKPCWnc

20/04/22

Year 5 had an excellent afternoon taking part in Bushtucker Trials in ‘I’m a School Child, Get Me Out of Here,’ https://t.co/PBpMe4yE8r

01/04/22

Looking forward to seeing the children enjoy our new AR library books! Thank you to the PTA for our new books, the children requested books and we were delighted to deliver! https://t.co/fAzvpKUGab

31/03/22

Birch class enjoying their reward on the new EYFS area after winning the masked reader challenge on World Book Day📚#strivingforexcellence https://t.co/ldy2XUTEjR

31/03/22

Year 4 have worked incredibly hard this term in D.T to create their WILBAR outfits. Here are Birch class with their wonderfully sewn t-shirts! https://t.co/Xp4WE9kUoT

30/03/22

A fabulous entry from these Year 5 boys to the Heritage Design Challenge in association with Maidstone Museum. Fantastic work! https://t.co/6g86QE3kGD

30/03/22

Accelerated reader reward morning for Years 2,3 and 4. Well done to everyone that reached their targets! Ice poles and biscuits have been well deserved. ❤️ https://t.co/CiDZWpExc6

24/03/22

Fantastic day had by all children, teachers, parents and carers who came to watch. https://t.co/JuxhOm9Bi9

24/03/22

What an amazing experience for our children to be involved in. Singing songs they have learnt along with thousands of other children whilst supporting Adoption UK and raising awareness for FASD https://t.co/T2Ued4t63I

24/03/22

Just look at those smiley faces! The children had an absolute blast at Voice in a Million yesterday! https://t.co/8a7KTzRbKv

23/03/22

Choir have arrived at Wembley Arena and are really enjoying the practise ready for this evening! https://t.co/hSGeTTJixe

22/03/22

Some of our Year R children helping to plant a plum tree today for our forest school area... a huge thank you to the PTA and parents for this gift. https://t.co/9c3McXjq8X

15/03/22

A huge thank you to , the children at Aylesford thoroughly enjoyed “I Am a Tiger” by Karl Newson and Ross Collins. https://t.co/1B23KRZ1Jy

15/03/22

A huge thank you to , the children at Aylesford thoroughly enjoyed “I Am a Tiger” by Karl Newson and Ross Collins. https://t.co/u8nJSJugh2

14/03/22

Retweeted From Valley Invicta Teacher Training (VITT)

Are you considering a career in teaching? Or are you already a teacher? We are offering the opportunity to visit one of our primary schools on Thurs 24 March 2022 between 3.30pm-5pm so you can see what we have to offer first-hand. Book here: https://t.co/ANKi3OvBIO

03/03/22

Hazel and Birch class in their wonderful costumes for World Book Day! 1/3 https://t.co/aRnx6JcxK1

03/03/22

Hazel and Birch class in their wonderful costumes for World Book Day! 2/3 https://t.co/wRMhxg6BWo

03/03/22

Hazel and Birch class in their wonderful costumes for World Book Day! 3/3 https://t.co/0uffab96sj

03/03/22

Reception enjoyed a dance workshop led by students from Invicta Grammar School https://t.co/74EEdzDpfS

24/02/22

Well done Ava and Austin who went litter picking with family members following the storm. Setting an amazing example to the eco warriors, the school and local community https://t.co/Wbf6wT4EHc

24/02/22

Fantastic fundraising from a pupil in Oak Class. Instead of filling a raisin box she filled a bean pot. Well done and we are looking forward to sharing this with the PTA. https://t.co/EGHccK5S9a

Workshops

Parent workshops are run throughout the year to support the learning link between home and school. We look forward to welcoming our community of Parents and Carers to all of our scheduled workshops. We do understand that you may not be able to attend all of these workshops,so with this in mind and to make sure you have full access to all resouces, they are available here for you. 

 

Reading Comprehension

On Wednesday 15th September 2021, Mr Harrington lead a parent workshop on Reading and more specifically the school’s approach to teaching reading skills: VIPERS. The session gave parents/carers an insight into how we teach the children Reading and what techniques and strategies are used to support this.

Reading Comprehension Presentation

Reading Comprehension Leaflet

Accelerated Reader

On Tuesday 30th November 2021, Mrs Church lead a parent workshop on Accelerated Reader.

Accelerated Reader is a computer program that helps teachers and librarians manage and monitor children’s independent reading practice. Your child picks a book at his own level and reads it at his own pace. When finished, your child takes a short quiz on the computer. (Passing the quiz is an indication that your child understood what was read.) Accelerated Reader gives children, teachers, and librarians feedback based on the quiz results, which the teacher then uses to help your child set goals and direct ongoing reading practice.

Children using Accelerated Reader choose their own books to read, rather than having one assigned to them. This makes reading a much more enjoyable experience as they can choose books that are interesting to them.

Teachers and librarians help your child choose books at an appropriate readability level that are challenging without being frustrating, ensuring that your child can pass the quiz and experience success.

If your child does not do well on the quiz, the teacher or librarian may help your child:

  • Choose another book that is more appropriate.
  • Ask more probing questions as your child reads and before your child takes a quiz.
  • Pair your child with another student, or even have the book read to your child.

In most cases, children really enjoy taking the quizzes. Since they’re reading books at their reading and interest levels, they are likely to be successful. This is satisfying for most children. Best of all, they learn and grow at their own pace.

Accelerated Reader PowerPoint Presentation

Welcome to EYFS

On Friday 24 September, Mrs Kindred and Miss Thompson held a workshop to welcome our new EYFS cohort and their families to Valley Invicta Primary School at Aylesford. 

EYFS Welcome Meeting PowerPoint

Year 6 Residential

Here you can find information for the Year 6 cohort and their families regarding the residential trip to Kingswood at Grosvenor Hall, Ashford that will be taking place in June 2022.

Year 6 Residential PowerPoint

Welcome to Year 2 Workshop

On Thursday 14 October Miss Fafunso, KS1 Lead, held a workshop to welcome our new Year 2 cohort and their families to Valley Invicta Primary School at Aylesford. 

Welcome to Year 2 Presentation

Maths Workshop

Online Safety

KS1 SATS Presentation

KS2 SATS Presentation