Our Blue Tit has now laid five eggs in our nest box! We have looked up the nesting habits of Blue Tits. They lay one egg a day and can have clutches of up to sixteen eggs! However, the majority of clutches contain between eight and twelve eggs. The female will then pluck away her feathers on … Continue reading
Yesterday we entered a Speed Stacking competition. There were three competitions one for Yr1/2, one for yr3/4 and one for yr5/6. St Eanswythe’s came first and second in every category! Well done to all those children involved. They had to use excellent hand eye co-ordination in a range of tasks including, making stacks of 3-3-3, … Continue reading
This term every child in the school has entered a basketball shooting competition. they had five attempts to shot a ball into the basket. If the ball went straight in they gained two points, if it hit the rim they got one point. These scores then decided the winners in each class. The overall winners … Continue reading
As part of our worship this morning, Mrs Gurney led the whole school in performing a dance which they had created in small groups during creative day. The dance used movement and expression to tell the story of Jesus’ arrest, trial, crucifixion and resurrection. The story really came to life as 210 children danced together! … Continue reading
This morning’s main news is that we have a blue tit egg in our bird box. How exciting!
A big thank you to Rachel who has donated her scooter to the school. We will all be able to enjoy using this at playtimes. If you have a balance bike, scooter or bike that your child has grown out of or no longer uses we would be really grateful.
Ducklings topic this term is space! We have been making rockets! Can you identify the different materials that we have used?
A big thank you to Liam who has given us his scooter, lots of children have been enjoying using it. If your child has a bike, balance bike or scooter that they have outgrown or no longer use we would love to add these to our collection for the children to use at playtimes.
We are very excited to see a new resident at St Eanswythe’s. Our bird box was empty when we finished school last term, we are very excited to see this week that a bird has been nesting. We are keeping our fingers crossed that we may see an egg or two appear soon! … Continue reading
The whole school enjoyed this day as they explored Narnia and the Easter story in great detail, creating a different piece of work in each of the 7 class rooms. The children were split into vertical groups across the year groups, so each group had a mixture of Year 6 down to Ducklings and below … Continue reading