Children from Year 1 went to David Wilson Homes at Cane Hill to help decorate their tree. They had an exciting time presenting the Christmas tree baubles they had decorated.

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This initiative,run by the School Council, produced another great response – the toys were donated to the Purley Food Hub for distribution to local families. They were very grateful for all of your donations.

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11th–15th November During this week at Keston we spent time thinking about what makes each one of us special. Throughout the week, pupils were engaged in a range of activities. These included wearing odd socks to school, singing ‘The Odd Sock Song’, cooking and tasting food from different cultures and creating a colourful ‘odd sock’…

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Year Six are learning about Macbeth. In these pictures, they are acting out some of the famous scenes in the play in preparation for writing a play script.

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To enhance our current topic, year 1 went on a trip to Leeds Castle in Kent. We had a wonderful day taking part in a traditional tale workshop, where everyone was able to dress up and get involved. Because we were so lucky with the weather we were able to eat our lunch outside and…

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On Tuesday 12 November 2019, four children from Year 5 attended a Maths Challenge competition. It was hosted by Old Palace School in Croydon. There were 8 teams participating and they had to complete various maths challenges throughout the afternoon. Keston ran out overall winners. Well done Keston.

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Friday 8th November saw our 11th Family Man Day. 65 men attended and spent time in a variety of lessons with their children. The experience was valuable and enjoyed by all. “All the lessons were very interesting and enjoyable. Thank you for a good morning.” “It was great to see the children learn and to…

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On Tuesday 5 November 2019, Year 5 celebrated their topic of Ancient Greece by holding a Greek Day. The children dressed up and made their own version of a Greek pastry (puff pastry, feta, tomatoes and spinach). They also designed and made face masks and jewellery. In the afternoon they took part in a workshop.…

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Thank you to all who brought in vouchers over the summer, we managed to raise £230 for school plants and pots.  If you are looking to take your children to Santa’s grotto please see the poster to book in with Woodcote Green Garden Centre.

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