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Squirrel Class working together

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We have a strong ethos of working together in Squirrel Class. We have lovely, small mixed age class, which is very supportive and we invest in team building and learning as a mixed age group. Adults spend up to three years with the same children,  getting to know them really well and seeing their individual […]

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Squirrel Class Out and About

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We believe that there is plenty to learn outside the classroom as well as inside the classroom. We often get out and about, especially to natural places including regular Welly Walks and whole days at Copesgrove Farm. We have trips to bring our topics to life, such as our Dinosaur topic and our Transport topic. […]

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Squirrel Class like maths!

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When we asked the class what they like most about school, maths was up there. Most of our maths lessons are hands-on before any attempt to write. Our maths lessons are not usually silent, in fact there is a lot of conversation! The children often work out tasks together. Once there is good understanding, then […]

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Squirrel Class news

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News from Squirrel Class Squirrel Class presently has a small class of infants with three full time adults. We have really enjoyed the start of the year. We have done our first Welly Walk and we’ll do these regularly as the spring comes along. This time we built and floated bark boats. We have also […]

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1-1 SEN Teaching Assistant Vacancy

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We are re-advertising this vacancy, with a closing date of Wednesday 13th March. Eastcombe Primary School are seeking to appoint a 1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant to cover a maternity leave in Year 2 for 27.5hours per week supporting a pupil with an EHCP. Please ring or email the school office for further details on 01452 […]

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February 2019 – Science trip to Greystones Farm in Bourton-on-the-water (part of the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust)

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Today we had lots of fun exploring the outdoors. The river dipping was great fun and the children enjoyed carefully scooping up creatures in their nets from the river bed, before identifying them using their sheets. We followed this up with a mini-beast exploration activity in a small wooded area, before learning a little bit […]