Thank you to all who attended Sports Day and stayed for lunch with their children. A huge thank you to FOES who provided teas and coffee. All went well until the heavens opened and it was decided to cancel the afternoon. Part 2 will hopefully take place on Tuesday 23rd 10.00 am to 12 noon.
What an amazing afternoon we had when ‘The Meadow Farm Band’ and Mrs Price (Wiltshire) a former teacher at Earith came to visit! The KS1 children had a lovely session in the afternoon , not only hearing the story, but singing, doing crafts and thinking about how the animals felt. There were some really perceptive observations and fabulous drawings.
After school we were so pleased so many of you could join us for fun, refreshments and the book signing. The children did a great job of entertaining everyone with their special song for Mrs Price and loved sitting on the tractor. Oh, and we seemed to get through a lot of ice cream! It just demonstrates that even as a small school, it doesn’t hurt to think big. A massive ‘ thank you’ to all the staff who helped out in so many ways and to Book Club, who definitely know how to put on a show.
It’s a pleasure to attend school events here at Earith, led by the FOES, and the summer fair certainly didn’t disappoint. From bouncy castles to curries; tombolas to talent shows; dancers to dive-bombing kites, face-paints, stalls and the stocks – it had it all! Thank you to all that attended this worthwhile event and once again, a huge thank you to FOES for putting on such a well-planned and engaging evening.
Please see videos below
The talent contest was brilliant and the joint winners were: Gordon and the Cartwheel Girls
see videos below, also one of our Physical Man!!!
A group of our Year 5's took part in the Maths Challenge hosted by Kingsfield Primary School. Well done to them for all their efforts and a pleasure for them to represent our school.
Wow!! what a fantastic day. Thank you to everyone that attended, what a huge turnout. We have been busy making our Easter hats and tee shirts to show in assembly, Parents joined the children for Easter lunch, best cake competition, best decorated egg competition, best hat competition, cakes and refreshment, rafle plus the main event - the Easter Egg Hunt. A massive thank you to FOES for organising and making it all possible.
We enjoyed several book-related activities in our classes as well as assemblies throughout the day, featuring extracts from staff’s favorite children’s books; extreme reading throughout the world; speed reading challenges; big word challenges; the whole-school chilling out in the Hall with a good book; inspirational reading quotes and a bring and share from the children. We do hope your children enjoyed the day. There were lots of powerful messages given about the importance of, and love for reading, not to mention how much easier life is when you can do it well!