The Ohbots are coming! I am really pleased to announce that next term we will be using Ohbots to help us with our computing curriculum. The children will be practising their coding skills to make the Ohbot move and respond. We have hired this amazing technology for the whole term and look forward to learning […]
This week I would like to focus on creativity. We have been working on the wider curriculum as a staffing team and have realised just how creative our school is. We believe we offer lots of artistic, musical, drama and dance opportunities both in lessons and as extra-curricular opportunities. Our aim is develop children’s minds, […]
Would you rather be a bird or a fish? Remember there is no wrong answer and you must explain why. Eastcombe Primary School promotes talking, thinking and reasoning!
This week we have had a focus on sports. Our oldest children played Badminton at Cirencester Leisure Centre. They had great fun and their skills are improving each week. Meanwhile the rest of the school attends swimming lessons. I know one of the groups had to wear shorts and t-shirts in the water this week […]
Would you rather be rich or clever? Discuss as a family and think of your reasons why.
I can’t believe we are at the end of week 4! It is nearly October, the weather has changed and the dark nights and mornings are drawing in. Eastcombe Primary is embracing the change of season and is as full of life and enthusiasm as ever. Owl class have finished writing their non-fiction texts on […]
As part of our Groovy Greeks topic we have been learning about the importance of temples in Ancient Greek times. The children used paint to create colourful backgrounds and Art straws to produce a display which showcases their own individual versions of temples.
Would you rather see into the future or change the past? Discuss!
Our Badgers class, which consists of year 4, 5 and 6 children, are receiving Tag Rugby coaching from Gloucester Rugby this half-term. The children have been loving the sessions so far and were coached by former Gloucester and Samoa rugby star Terry Fanolua last week! As part of the Tag Rugby coaching, we will be […]
I love being part of Eastcombe Primary School. This week alone the children have made a huge fire engine from Polydron, sang Bon Jovi and Mamma Mia songs in music lessons, created stunning art work, played badminton, attended swimming and been coached tag rugby skills by Terry Fanolua! The Governing body met together and are […]