Years 1, 2, 3 and 4 were all lucky enough to go to the Quarterhouse this afternoon to watch a live performance. Reckless Sleepers is an extraordinary company who work using visual art, dance and theatre. This surreal, funny and carefully crafted physical performance explored the weather in all its forms. It was a highly visual … Continue reading
We had a lovely day easing us back in to the school year. This morning we were busy familiarising ourselves with year 2 and all that goes with it! Then later on in the morning we did a spot of independent problem solving and instruction following. Then this afternoon we looked at The ‘Eatwell Plate’ … Continue reading
Dear Parent/Carer Welcome to Eagles! I hope that you have had a great summer and are now ready to start the new school year. It is so lovely to be able to be with you all again this year! Topic: Our topic for this term is ‘All about Me’. We will explore the different parts … Continue reading
This afternoon the whole school had the opportunity to go to the Silver Screen cinema to watch Toy Story 4. All the children in St. Augustine’s house, the winners of the house points this year, were able to choose an ice cream as well.
Today Years 2 and 4 went to the coastal park together. They have been reading partners all year and it was nice for them to go on an outing together.
On Monday, some classes took part in a pebble painting workshop which involved painting or decorating pebbles which will be used to remember soldiers who fought for our country in WW2. East Cliff Creative led the workshop and explained how the pebbles will be used to create poppies not only in Folkestone, but also Belgium. … Continue reading
Today all the children in school attended a Fizz Pop Science Show run by Oxy Jan. The topic today was water and how water can exist in all three states, we found out more about why things float along and how water transfers heat much quicker than air.
Today a lady called Megan came into school to talk to all the children about having a good mindset for learning. The initials NED stand for Never give up, Encourage others and Do your best. Whilst talking to the classes about NED and how to “Let go of I KNOW and let your brain GROW’, … Continue reading
On Wednesday, Eagles class went to Folkestone Sports Centre for a morning of bushcraft. We learned all about different types of plants and spent time building shelters. We also learned fire lighting skills and how to make natural jewellery. To keep our energy levels up, we ate marshmallows toasted on the campfire and drank nettle … Continue reading
On Tuesday, Eagles class played in a Rapid Fire cricket competition at Saltwood Cricket Club. Rapid Fire is a short variation of cricket where players must strike three balls sat upon tees. The objective is to make as much mess as possible before trying to score as many runs as you can. The fielding team … Continue reading