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Chilton Primary School

Chilton Primary School

One Childhood, One Chance

W/B 22/01/2024

Important Dates: 

02.02.24 - NSPCC Number Day.  KS2 children to dress as rock stars £1 voluntary contribution for NSPCC. 

02.02.24 - Number Day School Disco.  Reception and KS1 3.15-4.15 – Children who wish to attend will be taken by their teachers straight to the disco at 3.15 and can be collected from their classrooms at 4.15.   

Ks2 – drop off and collection from front of school. More details will be sent out by the Chilton Fundraisers later in the term.  

06.02.24 – Online safety day Children dress to express, meaning they come in whatever they like, bright clothes, sportswear, club uniforms…. whatever makes them feel happy!  

06.02.24 Curry and Quiz school fundraiser for adults (details to arrive later)   

09.02.24 - Last day of term   

19.02.24 - Term 4 starts for children   



This week, the children have written a film narrative using the film ‘Alma’. They have focused on describing, building suspense, mood and tone and varying their openers. Watch the film Alma here - 


We have focussed on converting units of measure this week. The children are able to convert between units of length, mass and distance. Next week we will return to fractions where we will multiplying fractions and divide them. 


This week we have learnt about what our bodies need to stay healthy. We have looked at nutrition and seasonal foods and when and where the foods we love and need to stay healthy are grown. 

Home Learning: 

It is National Story Telling week next week. For this we would love the children to learn a story, invent a story/tale to re-tell to the class. It can be true, it can be funny but we would like the children to be able to talk for at least a min. The home learning is due in Wednesday. 


Spellings to learn  











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Contact Us

Correspondence for the Head of School:

Mr Alex McAuley
c/o Chilton Primary School,
Chilton Lane,
Kent. CT11 0LQ

Contact the school office on:
01843 597695
or by fax on:
01843 852872

01843 597695