Today a lady from the RSPCA called Lucy came into school and visited each class running workshops. We found out a bit more about what her job entails and a few children tried on her work outfit for some animal rescues. The children learnt lots more about why we should all be kind to animals … Continue reading
Following our visit to another local home for the older generation to do carol singing, we decided to make each resident living there a Christmas card. Everyone in year 4 selected a resident by name to make a card for.
This morning all of Year 4 went to Tudor Lodge to sing songs to the residents and staff. As we started to sing, more and more people gathered in their lounge to listen. The children had the opportunity to wander around and meet the older generation that live there once the singing had finished. Each … Continue reading
Today the FESI Choir was in Hawkinge at the Community Centre singing at the Folkestone Symphony’s Christmas concert. The children sang beautifully. There were pupils representing four of the FESI schools, St Peter’s, Castle Hill, Christ Church and St Eanswythe’s. It was amazing to hear them sing accompanied by a full orchestra, equally it was … Continue reading
Last night the schools of St Eanswythe’s, Christchurch, Castle Hill and St Peter’s joined together as the FESI choir. They performed two songs beautifully in front of a packed church at the town carol service. It was really great that our schools could come together and sing, it really added to the whole sense of … Continue reading
This morning Yr.6 headed to St Mary and St Eanswythe’s church for the Mayor’s Carol Service. Alongside Yr.6 children from across Folkestone they sung carols and listened to readings, prayers and poems telling the Christmas story. The mayor talked to us about being kind to others as Jesus taught us to do. There was some … Continue reading
Many of Year 4 visited Pelham House today to sing some Christmas carols for and with some of the residents. The sing song was enjoyed by both children and adults alike as was the chance to socialise afterwards with biscuits and juice.
Today we held our annual Harvest Festival in Church. There was a lovely display of all the food that families had kindly donated, Rev. Cameron Langlands led the service, Year six recited a poem that talked about many words that can be formed using letters from the word HARVEST, at least one child from each … Continue reading