This week was another exciting one at Eastcombe Primary School and it was full of fun learning opportunities. Yes it was SATs week, but it was so much more than statutory tests… On Monday Squirrel class were lucky enough to attend Giffords Circus. They had the most memorising afternoon and were keen to share their […]
Hedgehog class had an enjoyable visit to the Roman Baths museum, as part of their current topic. The day included a self-guided tour of the museum, close-up examination of Roman artefacts and a taste of the famous spa water. The children really enjoyed having the opportunity to explore the site and see lots of historical […]
Another week, another new sport for the children at Eastcombe Primary School. Thanks to James from Atlas Sports, the children had a great session on Wednesday learning how to play dodgeball. This is to help the children gain a wider knowledge of sports and prepare the KS1 children for a dodgeball festival which is coming […]
The children have thoroughly enjoyed this week. It has again been a week of sporting opportunity, creativity and learning. Squirrel class have been learning all about animals and have been enjoying observational drawing. They looked carefully at a squirrel, a badger and a hare, making sure their drawings were as accurate as possible. This work […]
The first week of term always feels busy however only being 4 days long made it fly by! Thank you to all the parents who came to Parent’s evening this week. It was a great turn out and I hope you found it both informative, interesting and an opportunity to feel extra proud of all […]
On Wednesday, a school year 5/6 team attended a football tournament at Inside Football. We played against other local small schools and after finishing 2nd in our group narrowly went on to lose the final 2-0 v Thrupp. Well done to the seven children that took part, all of whom represented the school brilliantly!
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 […]