As part of our study of The Silver Sword, by Ian Searaillier, we have been trying to understand the motivations of various characters in the story. We used drama and the freeze frame technique to unlock their thoughts:
Today we learned about how many French people celebrate Epiphany and the New Year. We created a salt dough version of a Galette des Rois (King Cake) and some children from each class were chosen to find the fève (the clay bead). If they found it, they were crowned King or Queen of the class! … Continue reading
Dear Parent/Carer, For the first half of this Spring Term year 5 will be covering the following topics: Numeracy: This term we will cover: mental strategies for all four number operations; addition of decimals, including money; written methods for multiplication and division; multiplication of fractions; word problems (related to fractions and decimals) and also coordinates … Continue reading
Recently we celebrated the work the children had put in on their independent learning topic of Christmas. Winners from each class were invited to show their work to the rest of the school.
On Thursday KS2 had their party. They celebrated Christmas with circle games and musical games. There was some excellent team work and great dancing on display. The afternoon was finished off with party food. Great fun was had by all.
We had a great time celebrating Christmas with the school Christmas Dinner. A big thank you to Mr Gerbino who came in to assist with serving the dinners and bringing some festive cheer.
A big thank you to the PTFA, parents and helpers who donated their time, resources and efforts to the Christmas Fair. As you can see there were some lovely stalls and brilliant performances from choir and both KS1 and KS2 dance clubs. Great fun was had by all.
The whole school took part in a creative day themed around Christmas. The children enjoyed the festivities while getting creative. We had some fantastic Christmas cards, Christmas trees, bookmarks, snow globes and angels. There was glitter, glue and Christmas sparkles all over the school. Even Mrs Hines braved the mess to create snow globes. Merry … Continue reading
Do you have or do you know a child starting school in September 2019 ? Applications close on Tuesday 15th January 2019. You will need to go to KCC applications on Kent.gov.uk to apply and then complete the school’s admissions form. For more information please see our admissions page or contact the school 0n 01303 … Continue reading
Fourteen children from Yr.5 and Yr.6 headed to the Sports Centre this afternoon to play water polo. There were ten teams entered from across the district. Both our teams won their league without losing a game! This meant they qualified for an all St Eanswythe’s final. The final was very close with the scores levelling … Continue reading