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29/09/20

Our final amount raised for was £392. Thank you to all Parents/Carers who donated/over donated, we wouldn't be able to hold these events without the your fantastic support https://t.co/H8s7HlWuCC

29/09/20

Year 2 made fact files on the different continents in Geography yesterday. In their teams they worked together to write information about animals, countries, human and physical features https://t.co/a2gYBcEPk8

28/09/20

We are holding Open Mornings for prospective parents on a Tuesday and Thursday morning. For availability and to book a space please email the school office: office.viat.org.uk https://t.co/VedqiSmX41

25/09/20

Thank you to everyone who donated to our Macmillan Coffee morning, we raised £360 for Macmillan support. We wouldn't be able to hold these events without the wonderful support of our Parents/Carers. . https://t.co/seedojZliH

24/09/20

We were very impressed with Caia’s thoughtful poem https://t.co/zj9GSsZ1qx

24/09/20

Year 3 have been ordering 3 digit numbers on number lines this week https://t.co/oPMjginXTA

23/09/20

Yeah 2 have been learning to partition 2-digit numbers in different ways. We were very impressed with Sophia’s math’s work https://t.co/0G8WprhjtI

22/09/20

Support with our on Friday 25th September. We will be holding a “cake & squash morning” in our class bubbles, the children can also wear non-uniform. Donation of £2.50 per child by Wednesday 23rd September. Thank you for your support. https://t.co/gAO8E9hx52

22/09/20

Year 4 have had great fun using coke, bread and a sandwich bag to simulate the role of the stomach in the digestive system! https://t.co/g9vgSkUx54

18/09/20

Year 5 are loving writing and illustrating poetry this term Lost Words https://t.co/soOOYyooqT

14/09/20

Year 3 spent the afternoon investigating the parts of a plant. Jenson did a fantastic scientific drawing of his plant! https://t.co/Zxg31wcTNM

10/09/20

We were very impressed with Jayden's choice of words on his poem https://t.co/UKYO9Qh6TK

17/07/20

Thank you to all our pupils, parents and carers for all your kind words and thoughtful gifts. We wish you all a happy and safe summer holiday and we look forward to seeing you back in September. Best wishes from all the staff at Leybourne Chase xx https://t.co/1SUHHUHZXT

17/07/20

Well done to Luke and Ceira for their artwork. we hope you like them too 😀 https://t.co/KFgCm7yR8l

17/07/20

Halle-Dee has been hard at work again! Well done for all your hard work throughout lockdown 😀 https://t.co/AI7gXhQtQs

15/07/20

Retweeted From Valley Park School

There's a new computer science workshop on our Year 6 transition page. It shows you how to make a simple computer program. Have a go! https://t.co/8GstEnLJAT

15/07/20

Thank you to all our lovely parents for your very kind gift. We really appreciate your support and patience during this difficult period. 🥰 https://t.co/mNGTH1blos

14/07/20

It was lovely to welcome so many children back for their transition session. We've really missed you and we hope that the time spent in school will help your return to school in September. We look forward to seeing more of you during the week. 😀

09/07/20

It's nearly time to say goodbye. https://t.co/aiBeWj4xbW

09/07/20

Please see our Year 6 Leavers Service on our Facebook page https://t.co/TiYiKILlyS

09/07/20

Emilie has been very busy - well done Emilie! We look forward to seeing you for your transition session next week 😀 https://t.co/Mxx2wFnjQK

09/07/20

Some interesting fashion choices! https://t.co/xEKCOU3cad

09/07/20

The gift goddess (Mrs Robinson) has been hard at work preparing surprises for the Year 6's https://t.co/VfUZTSElN2

09/07/20

Eden has thoroughly embraced Miss Carlow's balance challenge. Well done this is very impressive! 🤩 https://t.co/lAtTsmWyRV

09/07/20

As an extra challenge Taylor completed 25 miles of cycling in five days. This is a fantastic feat and we are all so impressed. You should feel so proud of your achievement Taylor 🤩 https://t.co/OV8zAZAYsk

08/07/20

Thank you to Carly, Maddison and Scarlett for our wonderful cream tea! This was a lovely surprise and has really brightened our day. Thank you for this very kind gesture and your appreciation at this difficult time 🥰 https://t.co/j8RphaPvjI

08/07/20

Flashback! Some of our current Year 6's horse riding in 2018. Looking much younger! 😀#year6 https://t.co/HI5HfcFB3p

07/07/20

Our lucky Year 6's have had a water fight this afternoon. 😀#year6 https://t.co/ae9fswPrNy

07/07/20

Halle-Dee has amazed us all with her balance skills in response to Miss Carlow's Y3 balance challenge. Well done Halle-Dee we are so impressed! 🤩 https://t.co/b7IpiZeoyG

06/07/20

Year 6 have been having a great time quizzing today. They have lots of fun activities planned for their last week 😀#year6 https://t.co/IOtf7UK3zw

03/07/20

Congratulations to Izzy and her Pony Teddy who have been selected for use on the front page of the Lockskinner Cross Country course website 🥳 https://t.co/XYgrwcUfmq

03/07/20

Retweeted From BBC Bitesize

✨It's Maths Challenge Day!✨ We've partnered with to create a series of challenges to test your problem-solving skills. Each one gets a bit more difficult, so see how many you and your family can do together! 👉 https://t.co/TiBklwUgV4 https://t.co/NVBiP6a3Ne

03/07/20

Well done Taylor for completing your topic work 😀 https://t.co/tiAOjcZMCW

02/07/20

Retweeted From Valley Park School

Want some fun over the summer? Why not try these activities? https://t.co/wAMEVN3jaJ https://t.co/abVCvvN7nS

02/07/20

Well done to George for getting stuck in to the Summer Reading challenge 😀 https://t.co/3qxa2qlGar https://t.co/QrCBbjgG4e

30/06/20

Halle-Dee has had a great time putting this piece of work together. Well done! https://t.co/ekxQfrWpfQ

30/06/20

Retweeted From BBC Bitesize

Sir David Attenborough is back on Bitesize today! He is helping kids aged 5-7 understand dinosaurs and fossils! 🦖🦕. 📺 Watch from 9am on BBCiPlayer and Red Button 👉 https://t.co/zZOO8liYWB 💻 Finished watching? Check out our online Daily Lessons 👉 https://t.co/eemHEmxpM2 https://t.co/NZTARDJ7Jz

30/06/20

Year 1 have been enjoying a mini sports day. Each class will be participating in sporting activities through out the week in their 'bubble' groups. https://t.co/pfg794iytj

26/06/20

Well done to Harley for his top times tables score! 🥳 https://t.co/5lh5YDdrbV

News

Posted on: May 14th 2020

STEAM Competition!

Following the huge success of our Stay Creative competition, which saw over 250 entries submitted, we are launching our next Trust community competition! This time, we are having a STEAM focus; asking students to demonstrate their skills and interests in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics. 

The competition has been created by teachers across the Trust and is for ALL students at any of Valley Invicta Academies Trust schools to take part in!

All you have to do is visit: https://valleypark.padlet.org/DFuller/3romwzaft4j0bvf8 and enter the password VIATsteam2020! (don't forget the exclamation mark!)

You will then be able to see a host of STEAM-based challenges and projects you can replicate or take inspiration from. Once you have created your own piece of work, you please send a photo of it to: steamcompetition@viat.org.uk to take part in the competition. You can submit as many entries as you want to.

Once you have submitted your work, it will be uploaded into a padlet here: https://valleypark.padlet.org/DFuller/d3gpj0gjvgkyga9r, using the same password, where you will see your initials, your year group and the VIAT school you attend.

The deadline for the competition is Monday 1 June. After that date has passed, a vote will be opened for people to choose their favourite primary and secondary entries. Winners in each category will be announced when the vote closes.

New ideas, videos and tutorials will be added to the site on a daily basis to inspire your STEAM skills and creativity. We can’t wait to see what everyone comes up with!