Owl Class enjoyed a fantastic day out at Cotswold Wildlife Park. As well as exploring the park and meeting lots of animals, we learnt all about the lifecycles of penguins, meerkats, wallabies and frogs.
The children all improved brilliantly over the past 5 weeks and they enjoyed their final session today, with a special mention to Jack for winning the prize in the closest to the gold competition!
After school football club continues to be a very popular for children in KS2!
An excited team of 6 children represented our school school brilliantly in a well supported cross country event for local primary schools. They cheered each other on, ran with smiles on their faces and showed good resilience to keep going right to the finishing line. A huge well done to every one of them, they […]
It was Squirrels’ turn to do archery last week. They did brilliantly. We had a story about a castle first, the children were interested in how the moat might be defended. Special congratulations to Arthur, who got an award for independent work at archery.
We have been looking at Life Cycles in science and were very excited this week when the tadpoles hatched. Have a look at the link to see the first stages in their development….. tadpoles
In Music, the year 3 and 4 children got to grips with their ocarinas for the first time. During the initial part of afternoon they spent time familiarising themselves with these wind instruments. Then, by the end of the lesson, they were on their way to playing a version of Twinkle, twinkle, little star! ☺
This week Eastcombe Primary School is brilliant because: The week started with Ester coming into school to teach the children about teeth and oral hygiene. Ester began with a whole class assembly followed by workshops in each classroom. The children were fascinated by using disclosing tablets to look for plaque and then brushing their teeth. […]
On Wednesday we had the most fantastic trip to Copsegrove Farm in Bisley for some forest school work. This time though, we took Mums, Aunties and Grandmas with us. It was a fabulous day including learning about the fabulous 4 who live in the woods, keeping the badger warm challenge, making plaster footprints and not […]
Owl class enjoyed a fantastic PE session at Thomas Keble school. They took part in rounders, football or rugby sessions run by the Thomas Keble Year 11 students.