As we prepare to start an exciting new year at Kilburn Junior School, we would like to start by sharing some of our fantastic new videos with you, introducing our school and hopefully answer any questions you may have.
School Virtual Tour
Question & Answers featuring teachers and former pupils
Come take a look around our fantastic facilities in our brand new virtual tour for new starters!
The children in Team Courage have been busy writing instructions for the most disgusting sandwich in the world. Whilst the quality of their work is excellent, I think you will agree that their sandwiches are less than appealing!
They are well worth a read or a watch so please take the time to look at them.
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Well done to all the children in Team Courage who submitted work for our half term projects. To see the fantastic pictures of the mosaics and time capsule that you submitted, visit our gallery at Google Photographs
You can also read the touching letters that the children wrote by visiting our Google Classroom.
Thank you for all your hard work. Stay safe and I hope to see you all soon.
The wait is over!
Well done to all of the children (and adults) who sent in clips of themselves taking part in the Kilburn Junior Trick Shot Challenge.
It was great to see so many creative and skillful trick shots you all came up with and hope you all enjoyed taking part.
Hope you enjoy the little montage of clips I've put together for you all and keep a look out for more challenges in the near future.
Some of the children have been getting ready to commemorate VE Day on Friday by producing their own bunting at home. Please visit the link to view the gallery. If you have any more, please send them to me and I'll add them to the gallery.
While the weather is still glorious, why not have a go at the KJS keepy uppy challenge? All you have to do is post us a video of you performing as many keep ups as you can using any ball, balloon or even a rolled up ball of socks! You can use your feet, head or hands. It's entirely up to you. It'll even count towards your KJS Sports badge too.