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Sevenoaks Primary School

SevenOaksPrimary School

‘We are all equal and our teachers are all kind’ (Pupil quote)-– Ofsted 2017
Pupils are proud of their school and enthusiastic about their learning-Ofsted 2017
Pupils feel safe and said that they trust there is always an adult they can go to if they feel concerned-Ofsted 2017
Sevenoaks Primary is a fantastic, caring school, where my children blossom and flourish, both academically and emotionally-Parent
We are very proud to say that our children go to Sevenoaks Primary-Parent
Pupils achieve well at this school-Ofsted 2017
Although it is a large school, a real family feel is fostered - it is palpable-Parent

The Dazzling Dancing KS2 Disco

On Friday 22nd of January there was a dazzling disco for all the children in KS2.This happened to raise money to build the new school. In the main hall there was a crowd of KS2 kids dancing like their lives depended on it! Down in the dining hall there was an everlasting line of hungry people (adults and children) all eager for food. We attended this fabulous event because we wanted to have fun with everyone.
As you walked down the corridor you could feel the coins in your pocket dancing and jumping, wanting to be spent on treats. The amazing smell of pizza wafted through the air as you strode into the dining hall. Lemonade was by far the most popular drink: you could see the bubbles in it bouncing around as if they were on a trampoline.
Next, the children joyfully skipped up to the main hall where dazzling lights like stars in the night sky awaited them. They could hear the deafening music ringing through their ears. It was amazing because you could feel the pounding beats vibrating through your body. The style of music played varied: everything from pop to disco music. The most popular song was the Macarena!
It was so much fun and extremely successful because we raised lots of money. We’re aiming to raise as much, if not more, money next time. Hopefully this article persuaded you to come to the next KS2 disco!
By Alex, Ellen and Laurel, Year 5