Year 3

Independent Learning Celebration

This term the children have been looking at the Folkestone Triennial.  Each class has been on a walk to look at some of the art pieces.  We have also had a whole school talk from Tanya from the creative quarter and several classes have done triennial workshops.  The children then researched and created their own Continue reading

Paralympian Footballer- Alistair Patrick Hesleton – visits St Eanswythe’s!

Yesterday everyone had the exciting treat of meeting Alistair Patrick Hesleton.  His story is inspirational. Starting out at Wycombe Wanderers as a schoolboy, Alistair showed great potential from an early age, and was soon snapped up by Queen’s Park Rangers. The forward was prolific at Under-17 level, and featured a number of times of the Continue reading

Independent Learning Folkestone Triennial

This term our Independent Learning theme was celebrating the Folkestone Triennial. We have been out exploring lots of the exhibits and have spent time researching our favourite installations. The class then worked in groups, partners or by themselves to replicate their favourite installation using different creative media of their choice. They carefully planned their project, Continue reading

Skywalk and Toboggan Fun

Tonight the children should sleep incredibly well as they have used up so much energy spending the morning at Folkestone Sports Centre with their Skywalk and Toboggan session. The children had an hour on each activity and they definitely made the most of it. The children all did really well and showed excellent determination, perseverance Continue reading

Investigating soil!

This week we have been continuing our learning about rocks and soils, considering the question: What is soil made of?We have discovered some new things and have applied that knowledge to what we have already learnt.  The children carried out an investigation to discover how permeable different types of soil are and enjoyed getting a Continue reading

Wedding Promises

In year 3, our topic for RE this term is ‘People of God’. These past few weeks we have been looking at the story of Noah and the covenant  made between God and Noah and Christians and God. We also learnt about the importance of the rainbow as a symbol, reminding Christians of God’s covenant Continue reading

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