Eastcombe Primary School supports Anti Bullying Week 2018. The theme this year is ‘choose respect’. This fits well with our school values and our assemblies this week will be around this theme.
Harvest Festival will be at 2.30pm this Wednesday 17th October, at the Village Hall. Food donations will be appreciated and delivered to Stroud Food Bank.
Let’s have a roaring good time finding out what Eastcombe Primary School has to offer! We are offering a pre-school stay and play session with a dinosaur theme on Thursday 18th October, 1.30-2.30pm. No need to make an appointment, just turn up and have some fun. We look forward to meeting you.
This weeks newsletter has been uploaded to the Newsletter section of this website. Please take a look for news and updates.
Welcome to our ‘new look’ website. We have worked hard with Mr O’Malley from Thomas Keble ICT department to develop this and are proud of our hard work. I hope you find everything you are looking for and more. If you have any feedback regarding look, functionality and content then please let us know.
This term Owl class are taking part in Gymnastics sessions run by Mr Price at Thomas Keble School. The children (and Mrs Monk) thoroughly enjoyed their first session last week!
Owl class have taken part in a Lego coding workshop where the children designed and programmed robots. The children had to work on our core values of resilience and collaboration as well as DT, Computing and Maths. They thoroughly enjoyed the day and are looking forward to a KNEX challenge later this term.
Thursday 4th October brings our first Pre-School Stay and Play session. Roll up, roll up for a fun filled circus themed afternoon. If you are considering Eastcombe Primary School for admission in September 2019 then you are very welcome to join us between 1.30-2.30pm – no appointments required. We look forward to welcoming you.
Well done Eastcombe Primary School, you ran a great distance of 81.6 miles on your first Monthly Mile race!! I wonder what distance October will bring? Thank you Mr King for organising.
Following our WW2 Poetry writing we held a Poetry Café. We read aloud our poetry to the rest of the class and developed our speaking and listening skills. This linked with our value of ‘Respect’. Please click to see pictures