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Pilgrimage to Bradwell-on-Sea - posted 18th Sep

St Helen's and St Joachim's started the year with a joint Pilgrimage to Bradwell on Sea on Friday 8th September. We visited St Peter's Chapel for a Mass in one of the Oldest Churches in England. We then spent the afternoon taking part in a range of reflection activities on the beach. The children had the opportunity to make new friendships, whilst also deepening their faith. They learnt about St Cedd, reflected on what life was like for early Pilgrims, used the Footprints in the Sand Prayer and rejoiced in the wonder of God's Creation.

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St Joachim's & St Helen's Annual Year 6 Science Camp - posted 18th Sep

Year 6 pupils headed to Deal in Kent for their Science Camp. Whilst on camp they carried out many Science & Geography lessons and activities, such as; beach combing, orienteering, Forest School and Archery. The children made new friends and had fun whilst learning. In the evenings, we enjoyed bingo, film night and campfire. The weather was glorious and this made our week by the sea, peaceful and enjoyable!

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A Cinema Treat - posted 29th Jun

One of our wonderful parents made a very generous donation and organised a visit for year 5 to the cinema to watch The Little Mermaid. After a very busy term of swimming and Festival of Voices, it was a well deserved treat!

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A.I.M Higher Day - posted 16th Jun

Some children from year 1 and year 2 took part in an A.I.M high writing day. We travelled to Downsell Primary to work alongside other children from different schools. They worked with Neal Zetter, a poet, to create individual poems about their favourite foods. Gaby was very brave and performed her poem in front of everybody! The children then worked with others in to create group poems about animals and performed this with actions. The children were very inspired and had a very exciting time listening to all of the different poems and being very creative indeed.

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