On Wednesday Owls and Eagles went to Wildwood. It was a lovely day and the weather was very kind to us as the sun shone all day! The children enjoyed seeing the animals at a different time of year, as we usually go in the summertime. As you can see from the images there were … Continue reading
Today Class 5 enjoyed a fantastic trip to the Houses of Parliament in London. Our day began with a visit to Westminster Abbey. We saw the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Coronation Chair before having lunch in the abbey cloisters. Next we took a stroll through St. James’s Park to Buckingham Palace. We … Continue reading
Today Patti came into school to lead sport workshops about squash. The children in years 3, 4 and 6 all participated in one of the workshops. They began with rolling the training squash balls, then moved on to throwing and catching them. Next we shared out the rackets and tried to improve ball control. Finally … Continue reading
This morning Yr.6 burnt stamp sized pieces of material over a candle flame. They found that burning was a chemical reaction and caused an irreversible change. Some of the materials were very interesting in the way that they burned. Although it was great fun we also discussed fire safety and the precautions which had been … Continue reading
Yr.6 have written poems based on the book they’re studying at the ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’. They have personified the sea during a storm and have used other imagery techniques such as similes and metaphors to show the power of the sea. This morning they worked in groups to turn these into performances using instruments, flags, … Continue reading
Today our worship leaders led us in worship. They told us what it meant to be baptised and showed us a short film about Jesus being baptised by John the Baptist. They told us why baptism is so important to Christians and explained that it is a welcome into Christianity and the love of Jesus. … Continue reading
This morning we were invited to take part in an Infant Agility event at The Three Hills. We were put in to three teams and then we were given a flag. Our flags represented the countries of South Africa, Equador and The United States of America. There were lots of activities to try including; javelin … Continue reading
It was Yr.4’s turn to read at Pelham House today. The children enjoyed sharing their books with the residents and chatting to them, learning about their lives. They represented our school really well and brought cheer to the residents who were really pleased to see them.
A comprehensive guide has named St Eanswythe’s as the best performing school across the district. We are also the sixth best performing school in Kent according to Kent Live’s Real Schools Guide 2020 and rank at 291 in the whole country. It takes into account 44 different data points – including not just KS2 results … Continue reading
Yr.3 thought about what a balanced diet means and created their favourite meal with this in mind .