As a culmination of their work on the book, ‘Fuzzy Mud’ by Louis Sachar Yr.6 made slime. They used a variety of materials to add to the slime and certainly created some sticky substances!
For their last PE lesson together for a while Yr.6 enjoyed using the parachute. They played many games and laughed a lot. Tiki enjoyed it too!
This term some children from Yr.6 have been attending horse riding club. They have learnt how to start and stop their horses, how to turn and have begun to work on rising trot. The progress from week one was amazing! The children have also learnt basic stable management and parts of the horse. Everyone has … Continue reading
All of Yr.6 braved the weather and headed to The Three Hills to play in a handball competition today. We stopped at Radnor Park to play and eat our lunch. We were in four teams and played six games each. It was a brilliant afternoon with everyone showing some great skills. Each team was given … Continue reading
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
Today we were lucky enough to have a visit from Bishop Rose, the Bishop of Dover. She came to baptise three children and confirm six children. She arrived at school and led worship where she told us all about her childhood in Jamaica and her calling to the priesthood. She chatted to the children as … Continue reading
Yesterday we played our first Herald Cup game against St Martins. The sun was shining and the team was excited. We were really proud of all the players, they worked well as a team, passing and moving effectively. St Eanswythe’s scored the first goal which was soon equalised by St Martins. We then went three … 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
Yr.6 started their topic on light today. They reminded themselves how shadows were formed and how we can change the size of a shadow. They then considered how we use light to see things using reflections. In groups we went to a pitch black area and found that when there is no light we can’t … Continue reading
Today a new group of Year 6s went to Pelham House to read to the residents. The pupils really enjoyed reading to the residents and the residents enjoyed being read to. Tiki had a really good time as she loves everyone there and everyone is always so pleased to see her.