Today was Creative Day. This is a day when we get to mix with other year groups and do 7 fun creative activities. Buddies got together and really helped each other out. Ducklings classroom became New York and we all got to create sky scrappers in pens and paint. In Owls room we were in … Continue reading
On Monday 8th July Owls had a coaching session with CATCH cricket where they taught us some new games with balls to improve our skills. First we warmed up with a circuit of jumps and ducks! Next we split into 2 halves to practise our throwing and aim. One half bowled at some cricket stumps, while … Continue reading
On Friday 10th July the whole school went over to St Eanswythe’s church to celebrate our musical achievements of the year. Every class performed and many children, who have private music lessons during school, performed a solo. We have some incredibly brave and accomplished musicians! It was a truly spectacular concert enjoyed by all.
Our children at St Eanswythe’s School make us proud in so many ways. Their behaviour, attitudes to learning, kindness to others, sporting prowess, musical ability, artistic talent and general knowledge shine out. Best of all is their enjoyment of school and learning. It is this intrinsic love of learning that we as a school strive … Continue reading
On Monday 6th July we were treated to a fantastic drama session by Ian from KIC Theatre. Once again it was related to our topic, we built a time machine in the hall and travelled to Victorian times where we had to curtsey (girls) or doff our caps (boys). We travelled back about a century to the time of … Continue reading
On Wednesday 8th July we had our key stage 1 sports day. Each class were split into groups so that every child could run the flat race then we had our class races. For Ducklings it was the bean bag balance, for Owls the egg and spoon and for Eagles the sack race. Our final … Continue reading
This morning was the Leaver’s Service for Yr.6. We gave thanks for the children and the time that they have had at St Eanswythe’s School and asked God to help them in their future at secondary school and beyond. The children diligently took many roles and responsibilities during the service including being; candle bearers, servers, … Continue reading
The carnival was exciting because it had lots of bands that we could dance along to. One of our directors took these photos of us and the music that we were dancing along with.
Today we dressed up in the costumes we had made and took part in the Charivari Festivals. We walked with our sister school Christ Church and we were representing the Mexican Festival: The Day of the Dead. The music was loud but brilliant and to begin with we were all dancing along with great enthusiasm. … Continue reading
On Thursday Year 3 went with Year 6 to Colchester Zoo. It was a great experience, we saw so many of the creatures that we had been studying in our Rainforest Topic. We learnt about how the zoo rescued animals and all about the brilliant conservation work they do. As well as all this we … Continue reading