Year 6

Cricket Tournament

Although it was very windy, some of Year 6 had a great time participating in the Folkestone council cricket tournament. The scores were very close and we came in third place overall winning some very nice medals. All the children showed super sportsmanship and behaved extremely well. It was a pleasure to be out with Continue reading

Worship Leaders

This morning, the Yr.6 worship leaders led their first worship. They looked at our school value of generosity.  Through songs, prayers, drama and questioning they led us in a very thoughtful worship.  Well done Yr.6 leaders you were brilliant!


Yr.6 have been studying microorganisms this term.  Today they experimented with yeast to find out what yeast needs to respire.  They used different combinations of yeast, sugar and hot and cold water.  They found that yeast needs water and prefers warmth and sugar too.    

Year 6 Autumn Term 1

Dear Parent/Carer,  I hope you have had a restful summer and are now ready to start the new school year. We will be covering the following: Literacy- We will be looking at a variety of Greek myths and becoming familiar with the Greek god/goddesses. Our class novel is ‘Who Let The God’s Out’ by Maz Evans.  Continue reading

Creative Buddy Afternoon!

Today, Owls and Year 6 had a lovely afternoon spending time together and creating a piece of art ready for the (very delayed) welcome service. They worked beautifully together and enjoyed finding lots out about their buddies. They also enjoyed a lovely playtime all together in the sunshine!   

Yr.6’s Last Day

What a fantastic last day!  It started with a celebration of Yr.6’s time at St Eanswythe’s School. Every child shared a favourite memory, we had prayers led by the children and sung and danced to a few of their favourite worship songs. All the children were presented with a memory book and some received awards Continue reading

Yr.6 Highlights Video

Here is a video showing some of the highlights of Yr.6!  What a great year they have had, they are hard working, kind, fun loving children.  The photos show how happy they have been in their learning.  We wish them well in their new schools.  

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