Ducklings have learnt a song in French. As you can see they love singing it and doing the actions! They have some excellent French skills and we look forward to seeing them develop their love of the language even further.
Today we learned about how many French people celebrate Epiphany and the New Year. We created a salt dough version of a Galette des Rois (King Cake) and some children from each class were chosen to find the fève (the clay bead). If they found it, they were crowned King or Queen of the class! … Continue reading
Year Six have been working hard to demonstrate all the French they have been learning whilst at St Eanswythe’s. They wrote about themselves and then decided how to present their work for display. This is the finished result. Well done Year Six!
On Thursday Yr.5 and Yr.6 went to France for the day. We made the crossing on the Eurotunnel and then headed for Nausicaa – the largest sea life centre in Europe. Here we saw over 8000 different creatures including a wide variety of fish, sharks, star fish, sea horses, sea lions and penguins. There were … Continue reading
Year 5 have been working hard all term to prepare a performance of Petit Chaperon Rouge (Little Red Riding Hood). They have practised lines in French and decided whether they would act, use puppets or pictures. Today they performed these for the Ducklings. The Ducklings were an excellent audience and everyone had a good time. … Continue reading
Earlier this week class 5 made their way to The Grand to take part in a music and culture day . We had fun performing songs, poems and presentations celebrating our diverse heritages and different cultures with other local schools from our federation. We also took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School’ campaign … Continue reading
Brother let us go with them – Ducklings Brother let us go with them to a place called Bethlehem Go with Pipe and Trumpet, go with pipe and trumpet When we reach the stable there, we will pipe a greeting fair Welcome baby Jesus Milk and butter we would bring, though he was … Continue reading
This years Harvest Festival was a spectacular event! The children all sang and played their instruments beautifully. Mrs Harris, as ever had orchestrated some excellent musical arrangements. It was brilliant that Madam Casey ensured that French played a big part, the children sang in French, performed French poems and a big display of KS1 French … Continue reading
Audio files can be accessed for the purpose of practising at home Here Harvest Festival is on Thursday 6th October in the church at 1:45. Please help your child to learn their words by then. Autumn leaves words- YEAR4 The falling leaves Drift by the window The autumn leaves All red and gold I see … Continue reading
Today all Year 4 children and a Year 5 child went to the Grand Hotel on The Leas. The day was split in half to make two similar shows one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Each complete story was about two children, one of them our year 5 guest, travelling to different … Continue reading