A few days before Mother’s Day, Year 1 worked hard to make some beautiful cards for their amazing Mum’s! Hopefully you enjoyed receiving them last week as much as the class enjoyed making them and writing lovely messages!
This afternoon we have taken part in a creative story writing workshop. This project will result in oral storytelling, available by using QR codes at various points along the Coastal Park in Folkestone. Hopefully you will be able to listen to some of the chosen stories!
The children of St Eanswythe’s have told the story of the WHOLE Bible in a day! All 66 books! All the children took part in a special RE Art Day, creating a truly spectacular piece of Bible-inspired artwork. The ‘Big Frieze’ artwork by Emma Yarlett is used throughout the school’s R.E curriculum and it represents … Continue reading
Today Year 4 went to our local Folkestone museum to learn about some of the science involved in the study of history. Following a look around the upstairs museum, we went downstairs to find out more about Anglo Saxons. The children took turns to look at the skeleton of an Anglo Saxon woman and learn … Continue reading
In social club the children got creative with some paint! Afterwards they enjoyed a lovely meal.
This week Year 1 have been learning about how fruits and vegetables are seasonal and the different fruit and vegetables that grow in the different seasons. We created portraits in the style of Italian artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo, drawing only fruit and vegetables to create facial features.
In ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’, Michael and Kensuke use octopus ink to paint on shells. Yr.6 tried to replicate this using ink and very fine brushes to paint creatures from the story onto shells. They found it to be quite tricky but created some excellent designs.
Yr.3 thought about what a balanced diet means and created their favourite meal with this in mind .
Yesterday Year 1 went to visit Folkestone museum to look at the ancient artefacts they have. We were lucky enough to see a real woolly mammoth tooth that was found in Radnor Park!
This term, as Christmas approached Year 1 got creative. The children made some beautiful festive decorations, cards and some sweets and crackers with our Year 3 reading buddies. Merry Christmas!