Thank you to everyone who came to our Harvest Festival yesterday. We celebrated the harvest, gave thanks to God for the food we have, the farmers, everyone who prepares our food to be sold, the shopworkers and the people who prepare our food. We also thought about those less fortunate than ourselves and donated food … Continue reading
What wonderful musicians we have at St Eanswythe’s, music is a very important part of the curriculum. Every child is encouraged to develop their musical talents. They have whole class music lessons, whole class instrument lessons, choirs and the opportunity to have individual or group lessons to learn to play a wide range of instruments. Here’s some … Continue reading
Today was Charivari and it was all about Rock and Roll! We were the 1950s and were dressed up in red, white and blue with lots and lots of glitter! Year 6 were in fine voice and sang and danced the whole way up the high street and the Leas. We had lots of parent … Continue reading
This afternoon everyone had a brilliant time at the music performance. We were joined by lots of members from both Channel and Folkestone Rotary clubs. The Rotary clubs worked hard last year to raise the money for our new sound system, as a thank you to them we demonstrated its use in our concert. There were a wide variety … Continue reading
It really is true! Some of our amazingly talented and confident children entertained us all with a variety of acts on Thursday in the talent show which was organised and run by members of Yr.5.
Today Year 4 and 5 went up to St Saviours (now Harbour church) to join 4 other schools (Castle Hill, Christ Church, St Peters and St Marys) for a day of singing. It was brilliant! We learnt songs together along with actions and even some sign language…it was great fun. Mrs Brookes had organised everything … Continue reading
On Thursday we had our Easter Service. The children helped us to think about the real meaning of Easter through songs and readings. Yr.5 accompanied songs with their amazing djembe drumming, there were beautiful harmonies and solos from several of the children and some excellent dancing from KS1 and Yr.3. Thank you to Mrs Brookes who worked … Continue reading
Earlier this week St Mary’s School invited our Year 4 to watch their Year 4s perform the Wizard of Oz at the Leas Cliff Hall, so this afternoon we went to enjoy the show. The children enjoyed watching the performance and behaved very well, sitting extremely quietly and being supportive of the cast.
This afternoon Year 4 went to a singing get together with other schools at the Harvey Grammar School. The children walked very nicely to this event stopping off at the park for a picnic lunch and play. When we arrived, we sang several fun songs together as a whole choir, as well as performing a piece individually … Continue reading
Today Year 4 held a very successful Mother’s Day tea with help from members of the PTFA. The children entertained their guests with some class songs and other singing, dancing, magic, poetry and card tricks along with the playing of a variety of musical instruments. Each act was introduced by some great compères. A huge … Continue reading