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6th June 2024

Year 4 Minlympics


Year 4 were welcomed to the annual Minilympics day, hosted by King's School staff and pupils. 


The children had a fantastic day where they took part in a variety of events including;

  • Hockey introduction and masterclass led by Hockey Olympian Sean Kerly
  • Cricket skills
  • Athletics
  • Rugby


The children engaged fully, with enthusiasm, in every single activity. It was an absolute joy to watch them participate with such energy and sportsman and woman-ship.


A wonderful day had all round.

OAA Festival

Wednesday 24th Aril 2024


Some children from Year 2 were invited to Herne Bay High School to participate in practical activities, in partnership with Herne Bay Sport. They had to work together to complete a variety of tasks.


"It was good fun" - Kelis


"We worked well together and didn't give up" - Filip


"I loved it, everything!" - Maley

Hockey Tournament

Wednesday 20th March 2024


Today, a few members of our school community represented St. Thomas' in a Hockey tournament in partnership with Herne Bay High School.


The children participated with enthusiasm, energy, sportsmanship and great skill. We played 3 matches, drawing 2 and runners-up in the 3rd.


A huge well done to our team: Diana, Dawid, Caelean, Jasmine, Edhalyn and Lawrence.


"I loved the morning and was so happy when I scored" - Jasmine, Year 4.


"What a brilliant competition. I was so glad I played" - Dawid, Year 3


"It was tough and the teams were good" - Caelean, Year 4

Bhangra Dance Workshop

Wednesday 13th March 2024


Today, the whole of the school took part in a Bhangra Dance Workshop to help enrich knowledge of different cultures during a fun and educational session.


During this lively and joyous lesson, the children learnt how to dance Bhangra with our instructor Senjuti. They also learnt that Bhangra dance originated in the Indian subcontinent, the Punjab. Bhangra was traditionally danced at the time of the spring harvest festival and is an ideal workshop for bringing Diwali to your school.


In a typical performance, several dancers execute vigorous kicks, leaps, and bends of the body—often with upraised, thrusting arm or shoulder movements - to the accompaniment of short songs called boliyan and, most significantly, to the beat of a dhol (double-headed drum).


We embraced the challenge of learning a new style with enthusiasm and interest