Would you rather slide down a rainbow or jump on a cloud? This weeks ‘would you rather’ question is a fun one. Remember there is no right or wrong answer, only the skill of making a decision and justifying it. Enjoy!
As part of the end of our ‘Polar regions’ topic, we had a homework share afternoon. Please see the video below, which shows all of our wonderful work!
Would you rather have one eye or two noses? This is the question for you to discuss as a family this week. Remember that there is no right or wrong answer, we are just promoting the art of talking and having a viewpoint. Developing oracy skills is really important and we are seeing the benefits […]
The last few weeks have been exceptionally busy at Eastcombe Primary School. Squirrel class have been thoroughly enjoying their topic ‘Explorers’ and as part of this have created wonderful class displays, writing and Geography work. Each child has also written poetry based on their real and fantasy seaside experiences. These are full of exciting and […]
Congratulations to our Year 6 boys for coming third in the small schools football tournament!! The tournament was held at inside football, where the team competed against 15 other small schools from the local area. Thank you to the parents who took the children and supported them on the sidelines.
Please read the attached document regarding the consultation on the closure of Christ Church C of E Primary School. This has been posted at the request of the school, the Local Authority and the Diocese.consultationcch
Hedgehog class were given a talk by local Antarctic explorer, Rod Rhys Jones. Rod is the current chairman of the British Antarctic Monument Trust and he spent a year on an Antarctic research station as part of the British Antarctic Survey team. It was interesting to hear Rod’s first hand experiences of what was like […]
At the end the of the Autumn Term, the children in Hedgehog class dressed in red, white and blue for a French topic morning. To begin with they had a question and answer session with a new parent and child who had recently started at our school, having previously lived in France. This was really […]
The children took part in a knex challenge in class. This years challenge was to build a carnival float! The children worked in pairs to build their moving floats, they used their problem solving skills to have as many moving parts as possible. Congratulations to Carmen and Elsa-Mae, who have made it through to the […]
I am still buzzing from Friday night and our amazing experience at Young Voices. Young Voices is an organisation which has been running for the last 24 years, enabling children to perform in arena concerts as part of a 5000-8000 strong choir. Over two million children have taken part over the years and Eastcombe Primary […]