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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Today, we say farewell to the wonderful Mrs Mitson, who has worked at Eyrescroft for over 15 years as Teaching Assistant, on the PTA and as a staff governor! Please join us in saying thank you and good luck in your new job. We will miss you very much. https://t.co/ToZIZO4e0I
Year 2 have had an amazing two days working with Heidi Street-Ward to make a beautiful and very colourful felt banner. It took team work and patience but it was lots of fun! We are very proud of our work and can't wait to see it when it is dry and ready to hang up in school. https://t.co/0cSoTVx0VF
On Monday Year 2 started a new topic 'Scented Gardens' . To help us understand how plants grow we have planted some 'Beans in a bag'. We are going to observe how they change over time. We are all very excited to see what is going to happen. https://t.co/6CQ7twwybA
To round off our Wriggle and Crawl unit Year 2 made an Army of Ants. We made sure they had a head, thorax and abdomen and 6 legs just like the real insects. https://t.co/Seu8BHa8CB
1CE had an amazing time this afternoon with Heidi starting their felt project. They worked incredibly well to create the food items from The Tiger Who Came to Tea #pawsclawsandwhiskers #feltmaking #feltbanner https://t.co/sIG1qv0F22
Year 1 are ready to go on safari for their topic Paws, Claws and Whiskers. What animals might they find?! Possibly the Tiger Who Came to Tea or the Lion Who Came to Lunch? @ElliotFndtn @Cornerstonesedu #pawsclawsandwhiskers https://t.co/ml54m9piru
3RT really enjoyed taste testing different fruit and vegetables yesterday! https://t.co/vjDKcpHSuX
This week, in Year 6, Class 6WG made our own blood, using syrup, milk and oil. We were intrigued by each component- plasma, white and red blood cells. #Science https://t.co/GRvP55ZTmP
Year 5 are exploring the inside of an egg to help understand the life cycle of a bird. We have located the membrane, albumen and now know that shells are porous. #science https://t.co/t5IBseQtQu
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To all those who are celebrating... https://t.co/oL3egSJBae
Go green and banish the blues! With this year's #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek themed around 'nature', our #WakeUpWednesday guide provides tips – both online and off – for using nature to lift your mood! Desktop: https://t.co/yyyuATMcEA Download app: https://t.co/Lok6jzNlGt https://t.co/BPRmXg0bp8
We have had a sneak peak inside the bird box and found this beautiful little fellow.... https://t.co/FYS5wBmvKf
Year 4 are having a great afternoon learning how moving tectonic plates can cause volcanoes, earthquakes and even create mountains!! https://t.co/aVnv7yBoDc
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