This afternoon we had fun watching the on-line pantomime, Rapunzel. The children loved it! They laughed and joined in with all the songs and fun – what a treat! Many thanks to Mrs Brookes, our amazing music teacher, for organising this. We are making sure our children don’t miss out on any Christmas traditions … Continue reading
Our literacy lessons this last week have been based on the book The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg. We have been looking at how to set a scene using adjectives and adverbs and how important it is to grab the reader’s attention from the start of our writing. We then had a debate about … Continue reading
Ducklings, Owls and Eagles (in their separate bubbles) spent Friday learning about and celebrating the Jewish festival of Hanukkah. They heard the story of the Maccabees and the miracle of the oil that burnt for 8 days and nights. They got to light a real menorah and discussed what the story meant to Jewish people … Continue reading
Last week we made Christmas cards for the residents in Pelham House. We thought we could use our recycling knowledge to do this and so we made our cards by cutting up old used cards to create new ones.
The whole school entered a virtual competition organised by The Shepway School Games. Yr. R and KS1 did a multiskills competition involving jumping, running and throwing. KS2 did five basketball challenges. 2000 children from across Folkestone and Hythe took part in the competition! Everyone did really well a special congratulations goes to the following children … Continue reading
In Topic this term we have started to look at famous women of the world. We have learnt about Mary Seacole, Florence Nightingale, Edith Cavell and Jennifer Worth and the amazing things that they have achieved in their lifetimes. We had fun role-playing hospitals and bandaging each other!
For the last 2 weeks we have been learning about Remembrance and what it means. We have researched the meaning behind the different coloured poppies that we wear and why we wear them. We have made poppies out of clay and painted them. We have also read Captain Sir Tom Moore’s book, ‘One Hundred Steps’ … Continue reading
Today we made use of the natural resources around the school playground and created some leaf pictures. As you can see they turned out fabulously!
Dear Parent/Carer Welcome back to Eagles and the second half of the Autumn Term. Topic: Most of our learning will be done through focusing on our Topic which is called ‘Great Women of the World’ and include women such as Mary Seacole, Florence Nightingale, Amelia Earhart and lots more. Science: Children will be researching living … Continue reading
This term we have started to look at how we measure things. We have looked closely at the measurements on a ruler and discussed the differences between a mm and a cm. In our last lesson we had to decide what an appropriate measure would be to find out the height of a child, the … Continue reading