This Friday, 13th November is the BBC Children In Need appeal. Eastcombe Primary School loves getting involved with this event each year, raising money for those less fortunate than ourselves. This year we are asking the children to wear their pyjamas to school to raise money and have some fun! We will spend the day […]
Hedgehog class stone age topic homework share. Children completed various pieces of homework during this term, to support their understanding of this topic. Here is a short compilation of just some of the work which was submitted….
Fundraising news! Eastcombe School Association has now got an Amazon Smile Account. All we have to do is purchase through smile.amazon.co.uk instead of Amazon direct and register Eastcombe School Association as your chosen charity. It is really simple to do. The school will get a quarterly payment of 0.5% of all eligible purchases made. This […]
As part of our Stone Age topic, we went on a class visit to Copsegrove Farm. We spent a busy day inside the woods taking part in a range of different activities, which included: Finding out about Stone Age tools and animals Den building Wattle and daub Whittling Cooking over a camp-fire The children found […]
If your child is due to start school in September 2021, now is the time to think about making your school choices. Sadly, this year we are unable to offer an ‘Open Morning’ but we do have an alternative plan! We are offering school tours to individual families after 3.30pm using an appointment system. These […]
To quote Sir Ranulph Fiennes (famous British explorer) “there is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing”. Owl class and Hedgehog class will need to wrap up warm for their days out at Copsegrove this week. Please ensure the children have multiple warm layers, waterproof coat, warm waterproof shoes or wellies, hats and […]
Good news! Your generosity with donations for our Rags2Riches campaign resulted in 704kg of clothing and shoes. This means Eastcombe Primary School received £281.60 to spend on enriching the learning experiences for our children. Thank you for your support.
Squirrel Class have started their topic ‘Mr Men Mayhem’ this week. In geography we have been exploring Happyland where Mr Happy lives. The children have drawn their own maps after learning about aerial photographs and creating a key.
Last week we welcomed everyone back to school for the new academic year. It was a delight to see excited children with huge smiles and hear laughter and chatter in the classrooms. School felt alive again, and we love it!
This week we thought we would offer the children something a bit different. Sadly we can’t do Sports Day in the traditional sense this year. There will not be parents and toddlers cheering from the sidelines, there won’t be team hugs and high fives for great efforts and sportsmanship, but there will still be a […]