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Yr.6’s Last Day

What a fantastic last day!  It started with a celebration of Yr.6’s time at St Eanswythe’s School. Every child shared a favourite memory, we had prayers led by the children and sung and danced to a few of their favourite worship songs. All the children were presented with a memory book and some received awards Continue reading

Year 5 Table Fair

This afternoon, Year 5 held a table fair as part of their independent learning project to raise money for Kenya. The children planned and marketed their stalls before making and/or sourcing the products they sold. From books and ice-cream to toys and hot dogs, there was a wide range of things on sale. We are Continue reading

Leaver’s Service

Last night we held our Leaver’s service for Yr.6. It was a really great service celebrating the Yr.6’s time at St Eanswythe’s School. The children shared their favourite memories, sung some of their favourite worship songs and led us in prayer. They were also presented with a Bible to help them guide them  in their Continue reading

Year 6 Raising Money for Kenyan School in their Independent Learning

Year 6 have now completed their independent learning for this term. They chose to hold a variety of stalls. They worked together in small groups and decided what they would like to sell. They had some amazing ideas which included doughnuts, sweets, cakes and biscuits, jewellery, milkshakes, lemonade and even fidgets!  The children were very Continue reading

Ducklings visit the church

Today Ducklings enjoyed a visit to St Mary and St Eanswythe’s church. The children had the opportunity to explore the church. Reverend John explained the different areas to us and told us all about the different uses of the church.We learnt that the stained glass windows told a story and that candles represented God being Continue reading

Independent Learning

This term our topic for independent learning has been all about Kenya. The children have worked either in small groups or on their own to research facts about Kenya or chosen specific topics to find out about. We had everything from famous Kenyan authors, the big five on safari, amazing artwork, stories, posters and even Continue reading

Value of the Term

Our Value of the term is Respect. The whole school has been learning exactly what this means and we have had discussions where children have discussed what this value actually means to them in their lives. Every Class created a respect piece of work to explain to others exactly what respect is. The result is Continue reading

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