This morning Yr.6 started work on an art project that they are doing alongside a school in Calais. They have designed words and created sentences encapsulating how the two countries can work together and the importance of unity. Some of the children will then travel to France to put these ideas onto a wall at … Continue reading
Yesterday, eight pupils from St Eanswythe’s along with two from St Peter’s school were confirmed by Bishop Trevor. It was a beautiful service, several of the children were baptised as well as confirmed. The children led us in Bible readings, prayers and song. A child from st Peter’s Primary School led us in song beautifully … Continue reading
As part of our learning about World War Two, we went to The Imperial War Museum for the day. They have some wonderful displays of artefacts and eye-witness accounts of this time in history. We left a class message on the People’s Voices wall – our hope for peace for the future.
On Friday afternoon the Choir went to Pelham House to sing for the elderly people who live there. They covered lots of old favourites such as “Let’s go Fly a Kite” and “Ain’t no Mountain High Enough”, as well as trying out a few new tunes. The residents really enjoyed it and joined in, the … Continue reading