Our Someone Special Lunch took place today. What a fantastic event ! Every child in school was allowed to bring along someone special from their family to join them for lunch. Photographs from the day have now been uploaded to our gallery.
Today everyone dressed in red for Red Nose Day. Donations were collected in the School Office from the children and we managed to raise £130.16 for Comic Relief. A special Red Nose Day lunch was served to the children including red nosed biscuits. A lovely day was had by all raising money for this fantastic cause.
A busy month ahead! Families should all have received our Christmas Events list. We hope to see you all there.
Easington C of E Primary School
Reception Open Afternoon for Prospective Parents and Children
Wednesday 10th October 2018 4.30-5.30pm
Come and have a look around our wonderful school to see what we can offer you and your child.
- Visit our Early Years classroom
- Enjoy a tour of our school
- Meet our Head Teacher and EYFS team
Or just come along, have coffee and cake and experience our welcoming and caring school.
Good luck to all of our fantastic Year 6 children this week as they complete their SATs. They really have tried so hard in preparing themselves for what is a tiring and challenging week. We are all very proud of you Year 6, best of luck!
Wow my first term as Head Teacher has come to an end, doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun! We have had lots to celebrate in the Spring Term including our Celebration Worships, Spring Coffee morning, Bacon Butty morning, Someone Special Lunch and much more. None of this would be possible without your support. Thank you.
I would like to introduce myself as the new Head Teacher of this wonderful school. Since taking up the post in January I have been amazed at the support I have received from staff, parents and governors. I will do everything in my capabilities to continue to move the school forward and provide our children with the best education possible. I can assure you that the children will be at the heart of every decision made.
Thank you and I look forward to working alongside you in making our school the best it can possibly be.
Another great success for our school ! We have recently achieved the Silver Award for Educate and Celebrate Best Practice Status. The approaches used in ‘Educate and Celebrate’ have been recognised by Ofsted as best practice for taking a whole school approach to teaching equality. We have embedded the ‘Educate and Celebrate’ programme into our curriculum. The programme provides positive relationships and understanding. It is based around a set of stories about different families, relationships and gender identities.
Assisting schools and academies to comply with this legal duty, ‘Educate & Celebrate’ is a national initiative designed to prepare children and young people for life and to give them a good understanding of how Equality and Diversity is protected by the Equality Act 2010.
We are only one of a handful of local schools to have achieved this status. Well done to Mr Appleby who led this work in school and a huge thank you to our amazing children who have worked so hard.