30 DAYS WILD! THE CHALLENGE IS ON TO DO SOMETHING OUTDOORS AND IN NATURE EVERY DAY FOR THE WHOLE OF JUNE! Click on the links below to get started!
SUMMER READING CHALLENGE
This year the Summer Reading Challenge will be a digital challenge. The scheme will launch on 5th JUNE 2020 and has the title The Silly Squad. The focus is on funny books, happiness and having a laugh. So… Get Ready to Get Silly!
Click here to get details on how to register.
BIG NEWS: Sam J entered a poster competition with Havering Council. The contest was to design a poster to say thank you to the key workers and frontline workers. Sam won the under 8’s category. Here is his winning entry. WELL DONE SAM!
Completely free for all children and families, the extraordinary collection of short stories, poems, essays and pictures has contributions from more than 110 children’s writers and illustrators, including Lauren Child, Anthony Horowitz, Greg James and Chris Smith, Michael Morpurgo, Liz Pichon, Axel Scheffler, Francesca Simon and Jacqueline Wilson. The collection is dedicated to all key workers. See link below.
We hope you all enjoyed the LIVE reading by Natalie Pritchard today. Nearly 200 Engayne pupils logged in for the event this morning with lots of pupils joining in by sending shout outs, questions and messages to the author. If you missed it click here to see the story! Thank you Mrs Brown for organising!
We have really enjoyed seeing all the rainbows in the houses when we are out on our daily exercise sessions. In school we created some too. So if you are walking past the school you can see them and know we are thinking about you all! Here are a couple of pictures of what we have been doing in school.
Elliott made a video of his time at home. Click here to view it!
Thanks for the photos of what you have been getting up to at home! Please let us know it is OK to pop them on here to share with your friends!
Your teachers are missing you all! They have sent in some photos of what they have been up to with their families in between working and planning activities for you!
3RB have been enjoying Forest School sessions this half term. They have been exploring the site, engaging with nature and learning new skills. They especially enjoyed making things and our final session using the camp fire!
Year Three had lots of fun in games and puzzles week. They created and played games developing lots of skills and having a great time!
Celtic day was a huge success! The children had the most wonderful hands on experiences to get a taste of Celtic life! The children were able to make bread over an open fire, re-enact life in a Celtic village, use flowers and cloth to make colourful hapa zome designs and even attempt to make Celtic houses using sticks. They were all dressed in character which made the experience even more real for them!
World Book Day gave us lots of opportunities to read, share and enjoy books. Year Three loved going to share books and stories with our Reception classes!