At Eyrescroft we believe everyone is entitled to be inspired whilst striving to ensure that every individual achieves their full potential. We value the importance of celebrating everyone's success. This ethos is embedded in all we do to ensure your children enjoy coming to school where they are supported in achieving academically whilst developing as confident, thoughtful and resilient members of the community. We are committed to raising attainment in English and Maths and our curriculum reflects this. We hope these skills stay with our children for the next step in their learning journey.
This year, we continue to focus on improving outcomes for children whilst ensuring they have access to a purposeful learning experience where acquisition of knowledge and skills are at the heart. We aim to achieve this by developing; the quality of learning in each classroom and leadership at all levels.
The focus on key skills in English and Maths are a priority as so many of our children have English as an additional language. The continued support from the Elliot Foundation Academy Trust and local partners is supporting Eyrescroft to improve standards and see an improvement in the published school data at the end of the year.
We are delighted to welcome you to our school and will happily answer any questions you may have.
Miss Sophie Dines
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Look at class 6WG's amazing artwork - pencil drawings of the heart for our topic Blood Heart. Really proud of all their work. https://t.co/ylvGnGslpe
Year 4 are having great fun on our first day back. We're making mountain ranges out of clay! https://t.co/0K3S92eo1s
Today Year 2 children tried different food from all over the world. We used words like crunchy, salty, spicy and delicious to describe it. Our favourite was the Krisprolls from Sweden. https://t.co/t2K0op7u1j
We are so proud of our amazing Book in a Box entries, well done to all our winners!! https://t.co/L8cq8eOnOl
Year 4's finished sculptures, aren't they amazing!! https://t.co/AY4cRSGjmL
Year 4 are having a great time with the spaghetti and marshmallow challenge!! I wonder who will make the tallest or strongest structure? https://t.co/sn8ciW1YVU
Today as part of our Muck, Mess and Mixture topic we explored materials you can change when you bend, stretch, twist and squash them. We made pizza dough and as well as using our sense of touch we also used our sense of smell by adding herbs such as lavender, rosemary and thyme. https://t.co/V21Z9y3ZlI
Do you know what makes the biggest bubble? How about the foamiest or the longest lasting? https://t.co/wKNEU6wgXD
Our own hand made pizzas..yummy https://t.co/kR8xf0j8eA
We have made cress heads today. Now we just need to wait for the lock down haircuts to grow. https://t.co/AhLyfHw8vB
How do you put in to words how brilliant this is and how much it has helped not only our families, but others around the country? Please share this tweet with everyone you know to spread this amazing news with others! https://t.co/SpKdb2385b
LAST FEW SPACES REMAINING... As we are only allowed to invite critical worker and vulnerable children to this half term camp, please email your work ID/proof of eligibility letter to firstname.lastname@example.org PLEASE BOOK VIA THE BOOKING FORM ON OUR WEBSITE https://t.co/gGeBjFgUN5
For non-screen time maths, Kieran and his family played Yahtzee to practise his maths skills! What a fun way to learn at home! https://t.co/VOZeHFi9G6
We are holding an exciting competition in preparation for World Book Day! We can't wait to see your entries. https://t.co/hxMgpRSwSr
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