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 […]
This evening the Government has announced that all schools will close at the end of Friday to the majority of pupils. We will update information for parents tomorrow as we receive more guidance from the Department for Education and our Local Authority.
Dear Parents and Carers, Yesterday evening our Prime Minister and his scientific advisors released a raft of new advice and measures designed to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 – they are detailed in the link below: https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response The new key measure to avoid further transmission of COVID19 that has been offered by central government has […]
Would you rather travel by skateboard or space hopper? Discuss! #wyrw
This week I would like to write about the ‘little extras’ we add into the National Curriculum at Eastcombe Primary School. We hold the belief that children come to school not just to learn but to have fun, expand their experiences and make magical memories. With this mantra our staff enrich the curriculum in an […]
Would you rather read a book or watch a film? It’s an easy one for me this week, I would choose a book every time! Mrs Jones
This week’s post is a mixture of notices to give and information about our plans for celebrating World Book Week. First of all, this is just a reminder that our text system is not working currently. We are working hard to sort a new system out through ParentPay and we will be issuing instructions about […]