Year 2

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

Archaeologists and Historians come to tell us about St Eanswythe

This week we were lucky enough to have some archaeologists and historians come in and tell us all about St Eanswythe and the times she lived in. The archaeologist brought things that had been found underneath our playground.  For example they had a mould that was used to make book clasps or bindings. They also brought Continue reading

Assembly in the Sun

On Wednesdays, Reception, Owls and Eagles have worship together and this week the morning was so nice that we took it outside. We started off with a song called; Jesus you’re my superhero, that Luke led splendidly, as you can see. Then Mr Brinkley told us a story called ‘The Playground is like a Jungle’ which Continue reading

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