This term Year 1 were looking at the seasons. In October, we went for an Autumn walk around the graveyard at and earlier this term we visited again. We observed all the seasonal changes that were taking place and discovered lots of new life, nature and beauty! Tiki joined us as well, which we really enjoyed! … Continue reading
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!
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
Yesterday, we celebrated World Book Day. We had our traditional ‘dress-up’ day and the children did not disappoint. It was clear that an awful lot of time and effort went in to some of the amazing outfits, which made if very difficult for us teachers to decide on one child to receive a book voucher … Continue reading
Today we awarded our first lot of kindness certificates. As part of our 40 acts of generosity for Lent these children wrote super lists telling us what they were grateful for. These can be seen on an earlier blog.
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.
Dear Parents/Carers Our topic this term is Seasonal Changes and Weather. We will be looking at all different aspects of the weather and seasons including temperature, climates, daily local weather, seasonal food, clothes and art. Literacy: As always our priority will be ensuring that children can read and do so fluently and with expression. Using … Continue reading
This morning it was Yr.1’s turn to read at Pelham House. They enjoyed sharing their books with the residents and talking about them. They were also able to look at the fish.
Owls have been exploring the story of Matthew the Tax Collector. They learnt how he had the job of collecting taxes from the Jews, on behalf of the Roman Empire They also found that he always took more than was actually owed. Everyone hated Matthew – but Jesus could see he was a good man … Continue reading
On Wednesday Owls and Eagles went to Wildwood. It was a lovely day and the weather was very kind to us as the sun shone all day! The children enjoyed seeing the animals at a different time of year, as we usually go in the summertime. As you can see from the images there were … Continue reading