April 2020

#Choose Kind

This week our #Choose Kind challenges were to ask your parents about their childhood, send a card to someone, clear out some old clothes or toys to donate to a charity, send a note, text or email to someone you have lost touch with and phone an elderly relative or neighbour to see how they Continue reading

TTRockstars Battle

A huge well done to Year 6 for winning the battle that has been running this week on TTRockstars between them and Year 4. The final score was quite decisive, however during the week the scores have been really close with the leading class swapping from one to another.

Home Learning

We have so many amazing photographs of you all doing your home learning this week.  What talented children we have in our school.  we are so impressed with the enthusiasm you are showing and the work you are producing.  well done everyone!  Keep it up. There are also some photos of adorable puppies and kittens Continue reading


Music is a really important part of school life at St Eanswythe’s.  Mrs Brookes has kindly recorded  videos for you to join in with so that you don’t miss out during these strange times.  There is one for KS1 and one for KS2.  Why not join in with some singing to put a smile on Continue reading

Home Learning

We have had some excellent examples of home learning sent in this week as you can see below.  There are innovative ways of learning maths, identifying parts of speech, looking at the Easter story, some amazing artistic work and great cooking.  Well done everyone keep it up.  Please send your photos to admin@st-eanswythes.kent.sch.uk  We will Continue reading

Home Learning

We have been really impressed with your home learning this week.  There is everything from informative leaflets and maths work to amazing art and science.  We have really enjoyed the creative ways that you have looked at the real meaning of Easter.  There are also several examples among the photographs of generosity too and evidence Continue reading

Tiki – Term 4

This term Tiki has regularly visited the residents at Pelham House alongside the children reading to them each week.  She has also listened to children read, helped people when they are sad and been out on local trips with classes.  In these more recent and tricky times, she has been supporting the children of Key Continue reading

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