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Chicken Visit

Last week Mrs Paterson kindly brought one of her chickens in to visit Year 4. She shared lots of information about her chicken which was actually one of the eggs that hatched last year in Eagles’ class. We discussed about whether chickens fly and found that they will naturally try to roost up in a Continue reading

Class 5 at The Warren

As part of our learning about coasts, we visited The Warren.  We looked at the coastal features we have been studying in class and also explored the rockpools.  We had a sand art competition and found a total of 51 fossils!  We will be using our finds to produce some artwork this coming week.

Bushcraft – Yr.6

This morning Yr.6 had their bushcraft session.  They learnt and practised many new skills such as how to hang a hammock safely, how to split wood, how to lay fires and other basic survival skills.  Everyone had a great time.

Colchester Zoo

Yesterday Yr.4 and Yr.6 went to Colchester Zoo.  They had a great day and saw many animals that we cannot see locally such as orang-utans, sea lions, hippos, sun bears and vultures.  They watched an amazing animal show which included coatis, civets, skunks, free flying kestrels and barn owls. The day ended with everyone hand feeding Continue reading

Year 3 Make Comics!

Last week, Jim from The Mobile Comic Factory came in to show us some cool comics! He also taught us how to make our own, just by folding and cutting a piece of paper! We were very inspired and had fun playing word and picture games and making our own comics!

St Eanswythe’s Projects go to Forces Day

Yesterday was Folkestone’s Forces Day and as it is one hundred years since the end of the First World War and women gaining the vote Folkestone council asked for our projects. This meant that all your wonderful projects were displayed in the Leas Cliff Hall so that lots of people could see them. Mrs Hines Continue reading

Year 3 Make Lunch!

This term we have been learning about healthy eating. Last week we decided to make a healthy, balanced lunch and had fun making our own sandwiches and chopping up cucumber, peppers, tomatoes, carrots and apples. We then went to the Bayle Pond to eat our lunch!  

Kearsney Abbey

Yr.6 went to Kearsney to sail their Viking Ships today. The weather was perfect for this activity. Each team had a chance in a knockout race with another boat. One by one the boats were eliminated. The final was a tense affair with Amelia’s team facing Daniel’s team. It was almost a photo finish but Continue reading

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