We have been working really hard in Eagles and have produced some amazing Art work. Our topic is Gardens and we have used this as our inspiration. First we learnt a poem all about trees and the we drew the trees that we pictured in our heads. Next we learnt about Van Gogh and used … Continue reading
Our RE topic this term is Islam and Class 5 have been learning all about the Five Pillars and how important they are to the daily lives of Muslims. The language of the Holy Qu’ran is Arabic so we had a go at writing our names in Arabic and copying some of the decorative … Continue reading
Class 5 have started their exploration of the Victorian era with a look at some of the marvellous inventions of the time. One of the most significant was the camera! We took black and white pictures while wearing the style of hat Victorian school children would have worn and then cut them in half- challenging … Continue reading
In Science today we started to look at how boats and animals move and we discovered that everything moves because forces. We worked with clay using a push or a pull force to mould the clay. First we thought about which force our partners were using, and then we all created sea creatures using pushes … Continue reading
One of our ex-pupils, Callum Taylor, has worked hard to produce this video showing life at ST Eanswythe’s School. This has been part of his media studies course. A big thank you goes to him for all of his time and hard work spent making the video. https://youtu.be/34KXllPGNN4
Today was the last day for all of Yr.6, a day of mixed emotions; excitement, nervousness, pride and sadness. First, the children celebrated their sporting success throughout the year. These included winning the Shepway Sports Trust elite leagues in Basketball and Tag-Rugby, the Bowl competition at the Nation Finals in Lacrosse and the Bellboat Challenge at … Continue reading
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
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
Whilst half the class were out doing Scootability, the other half were in the classroom participating’ in Junk Modelling’. Their task was to create something in relation to our topic of transport. We ended up with cars, rockets, roundabouts, hovercrafts and a host of other interesting modes of transport.