Year 3 have just found some fossils in the Natural History Museum!


Year 3 are enjoying a fossil workshop at the Natural History Museum today!! We almost got eaten by a T-Rex too!


Kent House year 5s and 6s representing us at Bromley School Games hockey competition! Undefeated so far! Come on HPAKH!


Scribble club in full swing at Kent House! We are so lucky to have so many wonderfully creative children


A fantastic piece of pointillism from one of our wonderful Year 5s. An artist in the making 🎨


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A big well done to all the children that received their 100% attendance award today!


Extra special visitors at Kent House today!


Final night for our year 6 children!


Nothing beats a good campfire song while on school journey!


Our wonderful PTA are working so hard in our hidden garden. Here is a sneaky peek of the amazing transformation so far! We can't wait for the grand opening!


Spectacular end to our performance arts week with this morning's whole school production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream!


Royal afternoon tea fun in the sun!


Year 3 have had a fantastic day identifying the benefits of different plants on their nature walk...followed by a tea workshop where some truly unique blends were created!


KH's amazing cheerleading team did an excellent job performing during our Friday celebration assembly! #unity


Lunchtime fun in the sun!


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Spring has truly sprung in our nursery today! &learning


Excellent scientific thinking happening this afternoon in year 5. Super teamwork to create a mechanism to lift a heavy weight!


Some of our wonderful homework projects received this half term. Keep up all the great home learning!

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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6:
Kestrel and Falcon Class

Ms Roberts is teaching Kestrel Class this year and Mrs Dale is the class teacher in Falcon Class.


Welcome to year 6! We hope you find the information below useful as your child starts the year with us. This information will help you support your child at home with the organization of their week and their learning at home.

Key Times


Homework will be set every half term. Your child will be asked to work on a number of projects, designed to enrich the learning taking place in school. This approach to homework has been designed to enable you and your child to work together in a creative way and to develop a love of learning. Please see the homework document for Autumn.


In year 6, the PE days are Tuesday and Friday. Please ensure that your child has their PE kit on these days.


In Spring term we will be visiting the Science Museum on the 11th of February. We would welcome parent/carer helpers who hold Kent House DBS checks, or for parents/carers to apply for a DBS check, so please contact the class teacher about this.

Stay and Read

The year 6 guided reading open morning will be taking place in Spring 2 – Please check here for further details.

Key Times

The school gates open at 8:30 in the morning and by 8:50 children should be on the playground ready for the bell at 8:55. In KS2, children will be dismissed at the end of the day at 3:25.



Read it

Research it

Make it

Read newspaper or internet articles about an environmental issue that interests you. Summarise the article in your own words. Be ready to share your ideas with the rest of the class during guided reading.

Research solutions that have been designed and created to help the environment. E.g. electric cars, energy saving light bulbs and renewable energy sources. 

Make a model to demonstrate an aspect of climate change. E.g. The Greenhouse Effect; the melting of the polar ice caps and rising sea levels; deforestation.

Practise it

Write it

Design it

Practise methods for calculating with the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) using whole and decimal numbers.

Continue to practise your weekly spellings and joined up handwriting.

Plan and write a persuasive speech about the importance of being environmentally friendly. Think about ways that you can help preserve the environment and discuss possible methods for campaigning to protect the environment – use your research to help you. Consider what might happen if we do look after our environment. 

View from my window…

Draw a view from a window in your home. Use any media you would like, think carefully about the proportion, perspective and detail. How does the time of day effect the impression you create?

A note to parents, over the course of this half term please work with your child to complete the above. Each of the activities has been designed to support, enhance and enrich an aspect of the curriculum. We are looking forward to seeing the results of your work together.

The homework will be due in on the second-to-last week of half term.

What are we learning?

In Literacy we be reading ‘Floodland’ by Marcus Sedgwick. This is a tale set some time in the not too distant future in a land that has been reclaimed by the sea. Zoe last saw her father and her sick mother as they sailed away on the last boat from Norwich, leaving her to face the future alone. She finds her way to Eel Island, a place where mobs rule in a bid for survival in a dark, dank graveyard of a world.

In Maths, we will begin by focusing on measurements and will move on to finding out the area and perimeter of different shapes.

Our Topic learning will be ‘Climate Control’ this half-term.

How can I help at home?

One of the key ways every parent can help is to ensure that their child is at school every day and on time. You can also help us by ensuring that your child reads every day, for at least 25 minutes – this can be with you, or on their own. It is the most effective way of ensuring that your child progresses and learns outside of school. Children have a ‘Mathletics’ login – please encourage them to use this frequently, as it will really help with their quick recall of mathematical facts. They are also given a login to ‘Word mania’ which can be used regularly to help develop spelling and fluency.

If you have any questions, please talk to Mrs Dale or Ms Roberts, or you can arrange a meeting at the office.


Mrs Dale and Ms Roberts