Would you rather be the author of a best selling book or the star of an award winning movie? Remember there is no right or wrong answer, we just need your reasons for that answer. The idea is to get families talking, sharing ideas and opinions and justifying their decisions. Thank you to everyone who […]
Today’s question for you to talk about at home is this; Would you rather know all the world’s languages or speak with animals? Au Revoir!
Here are a few end of term thoughts. It has been a very strange end of term and we need to acknowledge how incredibly awesome our children have been. End of term thoughts 030420
Please find below the official COVID-19 guidance for parents and carers that has been put together by Gloucestershire County Council.Covid19 info for parents
It’s Would you rather Wednesday! Would you rather be able to jump as far as a kangaroo or hold your breath as long as a whale? Get talking everyone, this is a great family activity. Remember there is no right or wrong answer, however you do need to explain why you chose as you did.
This helpful advice regarding your utilities has come from the Stroud Early Help Team. Those at home self isolating both staff and/or claimants may be worried about going out and being able to top up their meters and could be using more power than normal because they are home. If people can they should ask […]
Our third parcel of kindness has been received and appreciated by the residents of Moreton Hill Care Hone. Please read their lovely letter below. Dear Mrs Jones I wanted to let you know what a lovely surprise it was to get the pack of letters and pictures from your pupils today in the post. It […]
Scarlet House Care Home in Stroud have emailed to thank Eastcombe Primary School children for their lovely letters, spring poems and jokes. Well done everyone, you are spreading kindness!
It is ‘would you rather Wednesday’. I have taken inspiration from looking outside my window today and ask you all… Would you rather spring or autumn? Have fun discussing as a family.
Dear Parents and Carers, As you will know from my letter yesterday, schools are being asked to continue to provide care for a limited number of children – children with an EHCP, children who are vulnerable and children whose parents are critical to the Covid-19 response and cannot be safely cared for at home. This […]