Year 5

Herald Cup – Match 1 (7-1)

This evening the school football team played their first Herald Cup match against Lydd Primary School.  There was some excellent football shown from both teams.  The goal keeper from Lydd made some brilliant saves.  St Eanswythe’s team worked really well together passing and moving and using the space well.  Everyone held their positions and covered Continue reading

Year 5 Spring Term 2 Parent Letter

Dear Parent/Carer, During this Spring Term, Year 5 will be covering the following topics: Numeracy: This term we will cover: practising and refining written calculations using all four number operations (+ – X ÷ ). A deeper understanding of fractions, including multiplying with fractions will be covered. Perimeter, area and volume will also be taught, Continue reading

Year 5 Create Visual Stories

Year 5 have been learning about how stories can be told through art.  They discovered that this has been happening for millennia; cave paintings, textiles, ceramics, paintings, sculpture, photography, film and even cartoons. They had been studying the Victorian era in their history topic work in class.  They brought their understanding and knowledge to their Continue reading

Chris Cook – Olympic Swimmer

We had an excellent day with Chris Cook today. Chris swam for Great Britain in the Olympics, World Championships, European Championships and competed for England in the Commonwealth games.  He won two gold medals in the Commonwealth Games for 50m and 100m breaststroke. As always Chris was inspirational.  His passion and enthusiasm shone through and meant Continue reading

Young Voices O2

Today the school choir went to the O2 to participate in the singing event Young Voices. They sang a variety of amazing songs and medleys with actions and dancing. The children were part of a choir that was 7705 voices strong, they sang along with Natalie Williams, Alfie Sheard and The M4GNETS and enjoyed the Continue reading

Girls’ Football Friendly

Hythe Bay Primary school invited us to bring our girls’ football team to play a friendly match at their pitch.  It was an excellent game with both teams showing some great skills and good sportsmanship.  The teams were equally matched.  Unfortunately, we lost 1-0 due to an accidental penalty.  Well done to everyone who played Continue reading

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