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Staff made a guard of honour and we waved, clapped and cheered our Super Year Six off home and onto the next stage of their educational journey. We are so very proud of them all and wish them all the best for their new schools in September.
SUMMER READING CHALLENGE
This year the Summer Reading Challenge will be a digital challenge. The scheme will launch on 5th JUNE 2020 and is titled The Silly Squad. The focus is on funny books, happiness and having a laugh. So…GET READY TO GET SILLY!
Click here for details on registering for the challenge.
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 the link below.
Nearly 200 pupils logged in today to watch the live reading session with author Natalie Pritchard. They were able to access a story telling session with opportunities to ask the author questions. If you missed the session and want to watch the session click here. Thank you to Mrs Brown for organising.
MORE GOOD NEWS!
Freddie R got a mention in the Havering Bulletin today! Here is what they wrote…
Although the London Marathon was postponed, one young Havering runner was determined to put in an impressive performance regardless.
Freddie R was set to become one of Havering’s entrants in the London Mini Marathon, an event for youth runners which takes place annually alongside the main event.
Undaunted, Freddie put on his Havering Hurricanes shirt, complete with running number, and set out to run his own 3k mini marathon around the borough. He was cheered every step of the way by friends and family. Well done Freddie from Havering Council’s Sports Development team….. and all of us at Engayne too!
Back in March Lucas C received his silver chief scout award. Congratulations!
Now that some of you are returning to school we thought you might like to see what we have been getting up to!
We have all been loving seeing the beautiful rainbows displayed in houses and windows when we are out on our daily walks. In school we also created some rainbows which are now displayed at the school gates. If you are passing on your walk you will see them and know we are thinking of you all! If you have been doing exciting projects at home take a photo and send them in! Let us know you are happy for us to put them on the webpage to share with all your friends!
Your teachers have been busy teaching and school and working at home to ensure you have lots of activities to do during your time at home. Mrs Moore has been exploring Times Tables Rockstars with a little help from Bertie!
Year six invented and created board games in our themed week. One “hit” was Engayneopoly based on the popular Monopoly board game! It was an interesting morning of game playing. The children were expected to abide by the board game rules while “Breaking the Rules” for our EPFA fundraiser! They paired up with Year Five classes to teach them new games too!
World Book Week has given Year Six lots of opportunities to read, explore books, write poetry and enjoy reading with others. Year Six went to share books with Year One. They have also created poems on the subject of ambition for the Premier League Primary Stars competition.