Year 4 really enjoyed the Medway Primary Skills Racket Festival. There were four skills stations and the children tried Mini Tennis, Mini Squash, Badminton and Table Tennis.
The children from Pre-School all the way up to Year 6 enjoyed a picnic in the sun at the Junior site. Thank you to Mrs Margett and Mrs Stevens for preparing the picnic food. We also enjoyed a fun Easter
The last day of our Spring Term was also Mrs Harrison’s last day at Bryony School after 27 years. Mr Edmunds presented Mrs Harrison with a bouquet of flowers and presents from the staff. All of the year groups then presented
A group of year 1 and 2 children to ‘The Hundred of Hoo School to participate in the ‘Howard Schools Partnership (HSSP) Multi-Skills Festival. The children had to take part in a variety of activities which covers movement, balance, co-ordination
Year 6 went on a visit to Rochester Cathedral as part of their earning about the Anglo-Saxons. The children were shown how large the original church would have been in Anglo -Saxon times compared with today’s Cathedral. They also took part
As part of National Shakespeare Week, Year 5 and 6 children visited Rainham Library to listen to Beverley Birch share her knowledge on William Shakespeare and read from her current books – retelling the most famous of his plays. Beverley
Today was our celebration of World Book Day. All the children and staff enjoyed dressing up as book characters and celebrating our love of reading.
Well done to our Bikeability Group who all passed their Level 2. The next group of Year 6 will be attending this course on 12th to 13th March