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Owls on Fridays…

We thought that you might like a little snapshot (or a few little snapshots!) of what Owls get up to on a Friday at St Eanswythes… We have had another fabulous Fun Friday today starting off with PE on the playground, today we were learning how to do the furthest jump we could from a Continue reading

French in Owls

The Owls have worked very hard in French this term and demonstrated fantastic knowledge on our French topic ‘The Weather’. They have learnt many different French words for the weather and even actions to help them. The Owls love to sing and dance in French so we have learnt a song all about the weather Continue reading

Europe Day!

What a fantastic day we have all had! Today we had the company of some iconic European characters including Coco Chanel, Audrey Hepburn and even Van Gough himself! We started the day off with some excellent poetry and a great art lesson where we explored the work of Monet and used his ‘impressionist’ style to Continue reading

Year 4 French Festive Fun!

Year 4 have been feeling very festive in French and created a nativity story booklet. They were able to read the story and translate it into English. They had lots of fun reading to each other and tested their partners on key vocabulary.

Art Project with French School

This morning Yr.6 started work on an art project that they are doing alongside a school in Calais.   They have designed words and created sentences encapsulating how the two countries can work together and the importance of unity.   Some of the children will then travel to France to put these ideas onto a wall at Continue reading

Ducklings Sing in French

Ducklings have learnt a song in French.  As you can see they love singing it and doing the actions!  They have some excellent French skills and we look forward to seeing them develop their love of the language even further.

Year Six excel in French

Year Six have been working hard to demonstrate all the French they have been learning whilst at St Eanswythe’s. They wrote about themselves and then decided how to present their work for display. This is the finished result. Well done Year Six!            

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