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Our Year 3s had a fabulous time finishing off their Egyptian learning by applying what they knew about mummification! Natron Salt? ✓ Bandages? ✓ A tomato?!


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Our Year 4s had a brilliant time at Mote Farm; making flour, working with the animals, and learning all about farm life!


We're so proud of our school community for raising an amazing £200 for on Wear it Green Day!


This week in Art, Y1 enjoyed creating wild monsters inspired by the story 'Where the Wild Things Are' using their pinch pot technique. We were also thrilled to be supported by a parent, who is an art designer!


It's currently 1-1 in a nail-biting match between Kent House and Crystal Palace!


At HPAKH we love music and nurturing personal development. KS1 had a fun-filled samba workshop yesterday, and even performed to a packed-out hall of parents!


We are so proud of our Year 6 football team's win against last week, a tight 2-1! We're looking forward to the away rematch next Friday!


We are really excited about out KS1 French club led by our very own Mrs Francois! Every Thursday after school - this week we were learning greetings; bonjour!


🎼🎵 are teaching our year 6 children the Clarinet! We had a fantastic first lesson and all managed to make a sound! 🎵🎼


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We were very proud of our Year 6 football team yesterday afternoon - a hard-fought game against enjoyed by all!


A huge welcome to all of our new parents who have chosen Kent House for your Reception aged children! We're really looking forward to meeting you!


Year 6 had a great time this afternoon learning about the composition of blood; plasma, white and red blood cells and platelets!


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Our amazing Miss Sayers is running seven marathons this year to raise money to further improve our SEN provision!


Look at our brilliant Year 3 printing display, inspired by Paul Klee!


On Saturday five of our children played in a BYMT Orchestra at Langley Park - Can you spot them?

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At Kent House, we want our children to be inquisitive and to question the information they are presented with to further their historical understanding.   History explores culture, beliefs and values that help pupils to develop an understanding of themselves and others; pupils learn about similarities, differences and diversity and how we live in an interdependent global world.   We want children to understanding how they, their family and friends are linked to historical fabric of the local area, country and the world. 

A high-quality history education will help pupils gain a coherent knowledge and understanding of Britain’s past and that of the wider world. It should inspire pupils’ curiosity to know more about the past. Teaching should equip pupils to ask perceptive questions, think critically, weigh evidence, sift arguments, and develop perspective and judgement. History helps pupils to understand the complexity of people’s lives, the process of change, the diversity of societies and relationships between different groups, as well as their own identity and the challenges of their time.

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How have toys changed?

How should we remember Henry VIII?

Where do the first humans come from?

How do we know about Ancient Greece?

What happened to Britain when the Romans left?

Was life that hard for all Victorian children?

How have toys changed?

Why do we Remember the 5th of November?

How did bronze change Britain?

Can we thank the ancient Greeks for anything today?

How was Anglo-Saxon England ruled?

How significant was Victorian Britain?

Am I making history?

How did the Great Fire change London?

Did life improve in the Iron Age?

What was life like in Ancient Rome?

What can we learn from life in Anglo-Saxon England?

How did life change in Britain during WW2?

Am I making history?

How did the Great Fire change London?

Did Britain change that much in 1 million years?

How did the Romans influence life in Britain?

Did the Vikings leave a mark on Britain?

How did WW2 change Britain?

What makes a person in history significant?

Who is the most significant explorer?

What did the Ancient Egyptians believe in?

How can we learn about the Kingdom of Benin

Did the Vikings deserve their reputation?

When was the worst time to be a Londoner?

What makes a person in history significant?

Who is the most significant explorer?

Life in Ancient Egypt – King Tut

Why was Benin so attractive to foreigners?

Was life in Medieval Village “Nasty, Brutal and Short?”

When was the worst time to be a Londoner?


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