Today the Ducklings preformed their nativity. They did a fantastic job, singing, dancing and delivering their lines in front of a huge audience. We are very proud of them.
This morning, the pupils in Class 5 and their buddies in Ducklings Class enjoyed a creative morning together. The children helped each other to make and decorate paper angels, tree decorations and pictures. The room was full of colour, sparkle, fun, Christmas cheer and LOTS of glitter!
Ducklings have been learning a new French song and are proud to perform it.
Ducklings looked super smart in their Christmas outfits in support of our schools Christmas Fair.
Years 4,3,2,1 and Ducklings all went to the Quarterhouse today as part of Folkestone Book Festival. The workshop that we went to was ‘Creating a Robotic World’. Leading the session were Joseph Coelho, a writer and poet, and Sheena Dempsey, an illustrator. During the workshop the children were asked to help make up parts of … Continue reading
Today the Ducklings enjoyed a variety of sporting activities including – hockey, badminton, lacrosse and bowling. They were all very well behaved and had lots of fun.
Parents of Ducklings Dear Parents Welcome to Ducklings and the second part of the Autumn Term. Below is some information based on aspects of learning that we will be covering between now and Christmas. Our Topic, on which our learning is based, will be Celebrations and Winter Festivals. Personal, Social and Emotional Development Now that … Continue reading
Today we held our annual Harvest Festival in Church. There was a lovely display of all the food that families had kindly donated, Rev. Cameron Langlands led the service, Year six recited a poem that talked about many words that can be formed using letters from the word HARVEST, at least one child from each … Continue reading
Today two ladies came into school from NSPCC to talk to all our children about staying safe, with them they brought Buddy a ‘speak out’ speech bubble toy. To begin with the children thought about worries that they or other children could have, for each of these worries they put a box in a worry … Continue reading
Ducklings have settled into school life really well. Already they have been demonstrating their skills on the outside equipment, exploring the classroom activities and following the school rules. As you can see we have had lots of fun getting to know one another. We are very proud to welcome them to St Eanswythe’s .