Year 1

Federation Sports KS1

On Monday we held our federation sports day.  Yr.R went to Christchurch, Yr.1 to St Mary’s and Yr.2 stayed at St Eanswythe’s.  each class was split into three teams where they competed against twelve teams from the other schools.  They took part in running, agility, javelin, target throw, balancing and long jump events.  At each event they Continue reading

Royal Canadian Air Force

On 4th July the Royal Canadian Air Force were given the freedom of entry to the town of Folkestone, they accepted the honour on behalf of all the Royal Canadian Forces. They marched through the town to music provided by their own military band. We took over ninety of our children to support this event, Continue reading

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

Owls’ Infant Games

Today we went to The Three Hills to take part in a special event for Key stage 1. We got to try out 11 different activities! There was basket ball, football, lacrosse, tennis, cricket, speed stacking, boxing, karate, hockey, Bocchia and Bikeability. It was a fabulous day and we all got a T-Shirt and a Continue reading

Owls are Boxfit!

Today we were very lucky to have a special visit from boxer Josh Kennedy. Josh taught us how to stand and where to place our hands when ready to box. We then started to practice our punches and how to move forwards and back, never turning away from your opponent! We then did it all Continue reading

Bushcraft with Owls

Today we had a fantastic time at the Sports Centre with Phil and Geoff discovering what Bushcraft is. We went and sat around the camp fire pit and spoke about the different things that we would be doing. That included fire-starting, camp building, mini-beast hunting, plant life investigations, jewellery making, leaf rubbing and lots more!  Continue reading

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