Pupils enjoy 100th day of learning
Jumping, running, counting and reading are just some of the different ways Ashford pupils celebrated being 100 days brighter.
Pluckley Church of England Primary School held a fun day last Wednesday to commemorate its 100th day of the academic year.
To mark the day, the children learnt to jump 100cms and run for 100 seconds in PE; compare their heart rate after 100 repeated exercises in science; research what life was like 100 years ago in history; name 100 books they had read in guided reading; and create collages with 100 pieces of paper in art.
Tessa Berry, curriculum co-ordinator, said: “It was a wonderful opportunity for the younger children to be introduced to larger numbers and different ways of counting; and for the older children to find numeracy links across the curriculum.
“The day celebrated all the hard work the children and teachers have been doing.”
Madison, Julius, Daniel, Jack and Katie, from Harbour class, making a 100 cup sclupture
Oliver, Tess, Harry and Freya learning about heart rate by taking 100 steps
Reception pupils taking 100cm jumps