In computing this afternoon, Yr.6 used excel to add subtract, multiply and divide numbers. They found that once you had done a calculation once you could repeat it multiple times very quickly. The children were impressed with the speed of the calculations and the ease with which you could complete them. They then moved onto using … Continue reading
We are all very excited about our trip to the Great Fire of London exhibition this Thursday. Please could all children come dressed in full school uniform (minus caps and berets) with a warm winter coat. They should bring a bag, which they can carry on their back, with their packed lunch (no sweets or chocolate) … Continue reading
Happy New Year! Welcome back to Eagles and the first half of the Spring Term. Below is some information on aspects of the curriculum that we will be covering between now and February half term. Most of our learning will be done through focusing on our Topic which is Fire. Literacy: Our continuing priority will … Continue reading
This term yr. 5 & 6 had the opportunity to take part in Water Polo Club at Folkestone Sports Centre. The children learnt to tread water, pass, swim with the ball and shoot, all one handed. Their swimming and technique really improved across the weeks as did their water confidence. Well done everyone.
This term Yr.4/5/6 had the opportunity to take part in a football club led by The Shepway Sports Trust. This was held at the Three Hills on their 3G pitches. Great fun was had by all and it was clear to see skills developing across the weeks.
This year , we started our first breakfast sports club. This time the focus was basketball and it was open to KS2. The club and was led by a coach from the All Saints Basketball club. Children learnt to dribble, pass and shoot. It was popular with between twenty and thirty children attending each week, what … Continue reading
Dear Parents/Carers Happy New Year! We hope you had a lovely Christmas and wish you well for 2017. Our topic this term is quite appropriate for this time of year and is ‘Toys and Games’. We will be looking at the differences and similarities of toys from the Victorian era to the present day. Your … Continue reading