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Reception Intake 2020

Tours for prospective parents are on Tuesday 5th November at 9.30am or 10.00am   and Thursday 14th November at 9.30am or 10.00am To book a place please call the school office on 01708 223492 (Please note the tours are for adults only at this time, no children, pre-school children or babies)...

Sports Achievements

Boy’s football On Thursday 18th of November, Engayne played a friendly football match against Branfil school. The team played phenomenally well and worked extremely hard as a team. They dominated throughout and won the game 3-0. Some spectacular goals scored by Sam, Favour and James S. On Thursday 11th October, Engayne played a friendly football...

Key Stage 1 Spring Update

A really busy week to start the new half term. Reception children found out all about the festival of Diwali. They took part in a dance workshop. Year One and Two were fascinated by the visit of the ambulance driver who talked about her job and what she does. All classes also took part...

Key Stage 1 Autumn Update

KS1 BLOG AUTUMN 1 2018 Our new intake arrived and adapted to school life very quickly. One group stayed to lunch on their very first day! They have been having lots of adventures around the school. We invited EYFS parents/carers to share school lunch with the children.           Our newest children have also...

Key Stage 1 Summer Update

SUMMER 2 KS1 BLOG At the very end of Summer 1 Year Two welcomed a theatre workshop kindly funded by the EPFA. The workshop was a geographical one based on their St Lucia studies. As you can see the children thoroughly enjoyed the experience and retained lots of information from their “journey” to the...

KS1 BLOG SUMMER 1 2018 We welcomed Randolph Matthews to school to deliver some music workshops to the pupils. He was AMAZING and very inspiring for pupils and staff. We all learned a lot about beat and using our voices to make sounds.                    Great excitement in Year 1 as they turned...

KS1 BLOG SPRING 2 2018 Year Two attended the Infant Music Festival at St Josephs school. The theme was “People Who Help Us” so the songs performed ranged from plumbers to firefighters. The children thoroughly enjoyed the experience and were highly praised for their singing and behaviour!        March saw World Book Day saw...

KS1 BLOG  SPRING 1 2018   Year Two held their annual boat race just before we finished the Autumn term.  All the children brought in boats they had designed and made at home. As you can see we all huffed and puffed to make our boats move across the water. The regatta was a...

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