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 email@example.com We will … Continue reading
This week we have started our #Choose Kind challenges. Your kindness shines through – here’s a few photos so far. If you want to join in send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
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
It has been great to see some of the things you have been doing at home. There are some brilliant bakers, authors, builders, artists and sports stars in our school. Please comment below and continue to send photos to email@example.com It should help to keep us connected in these difficult times.
A new era of home schooling started this week. We have really enjoyed seeing some of the things you have been learning and doing at home. Please feel free to congratulate each other on their work and comment in the section below. Please continue to send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org It should help to keep us … Continue reading
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
Yr.6 worked in groups to plan and run their own stalls to raise money for the School Bus Project for Refugees. The sales ranged from fairground games, to cake sales and chocolate fountain fruit kebabs. Everyone worked hard creating posters to advertise their events and getting the produce to sell. It was a great team … Continue reading
As part of this term’s fundraising for The School Bus Project, the children in Class 3 bought in unwanted toys for re-sale. We managed to find new owners for most of the toys and raised a whopping £89.54 in the process! The children worked as a team and all took part in being ‘shop keepers’ … Continue reading
This morning, Jon O’Connor, from the School Bus Project for Refugees came in to tell us about their work and how we can help. The project aims to do the following design & support mobile learning provision for refugee projects. provide expertise, training, resources + moral and financial support. highlight the agenda for migrants, refugees … Continue reading
This term our independent learning topic was ‘Christmas.’ The children chose to create or research something today with Christmas in small groups or as individuals. Yesterday the winners from each class were celebrated in worship, the work ranged from stories and crafts to PowerPoints and games involving sweets! Well done everyone!