Year 4

KS2 Sports Day

KS2 were very fortunate with the weather yesterday.  After walking to The Three Hills in the rain and eating lunch with looming black clouds, the sun came out and we were able to hold the races outdoors after all.  KS2 had a lot of fun competing in races including egg and spoon, balancing relays, skipping relays, golf and Continue reading

Well Done

This is a lovely email received today from the Dover Transport Museum following year 4’s class visit there. “This is just a short email to thank you for bringing your class to the museum today. We all agreed, without a doubt, that they were the most well-behaved and well-mannered children that we have ever had. A credit Continue reading

Transport Museum/RNLI

Today we had the amazing chance to visit Dover Transport Museum and the Lifeboat Institute on Dover docks. At the museum we looked at various historical modes of  transport as well as spending time in the Anderson shelter and in the Arter’s workshop looking at old machinery. There were lots of unpaid volunteers around the museum Continue reading

Cinema Trip

This afternoon we took over a hundred and twenty KS 2 children for a very enjoyable trip to the cinema to watch Despicable Me 3. All of St Michael’s house went for free and received an ice lolly as they were the winners of the house points for the whole academic year. Behaviour was brilliant as Continue reading


Today some KS2 children and a member of Ducklings, along with myself, Ms Page, Mrs Crockford, Mrs Potter, Miss Beasley and some lovely parents took part in this years Charivari. The theme was the same as this years Triennial “Echoes.” St Eanswythe’s wore jelly and ice-cream costumes which represented an artist who is going to Continue reading

KS2 Music Celebration

This morning was an amazing celebration of our music organised by Mrs Brookes. We heard soloists from every year group singing confidently, classes and groups of singers, trumpeters and violinists. It was evident from all the performances how hard the children have worked, the high standards showed the effort put in by every student and Continue reading

Sacconi Workshop

The final Sacconi workshop of the trilogy was today. Years 3 and 4 benefitted from this event. Firstly we listened to some beautiful music played by the quartet then we split into our year groups. The younger children had fun with rhythm and clapping games while the older ones played their violins. Next we were Continue reading

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