Our Events Gallery for 2021 - 2022
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FOES-sponsored winners of Summer/Beach themed fancy dress & Harry, Alissa and Bobbi following news that they have just won the class logo competition for next year.
Year 6 Pool Party
Compilation of photos from our internal transition days - preparing our pupils for September
Year 4, 5 & 6 Football Match against (mostly) Year 6s at St Helens! We may have lost, but we loved the challenge and gave it our all - even the long walk there and back in the sun!
Year 6 Enterprise Project: Year 6s leading football, gymnastics, biscuit making, movie and computer clubs throughout the entire week - raising funds for their final week at Earith Primary.
Pupils learning how to grow their own fruit, vegetables and flowers, how to make compost and the importance of insects and wildlife to ensure a healthy ecosystem for plants to thrive.
Friday Sizzler: 17.06.2022 - Lunchtime in the woodlands
Jubilee Picnic Lunch
Easter Egg Hunt 2022 - also see Staff Egg Roll-Off HERE
Constructing & playing our own maths board games; data handling (class interests); co-ordinates and messages to space and properties of shape - a fun maths day all round!
The West End comes to Earith: 'Wicked' Red Nose Day! Pupils were inspired by Pete & Charlie's professional singing & dancing wokshops. We will be learning the Kodaly method with Pete in school over the coming weeks...watch this space!
Smashing scientific stereotypes; natural growth in the grounds; minibeast hotels; Mars rocket animals; worm hunts; mini microscopes; growing micro-organisms on bread; live birth of a calf….learning all centred around ‘growth’ for this year’s British Science Week in school.
Celebrating 25 years of World Book Day 2022
Christmassy Fancy Dress 17.12.2021
Fly by Santa 17.12.2021
Party Time 16.12.2021
Christmas Lunch 16.12.2021
Halloween Fun 22.10.2021
Large School Donation
Earith Day Centre was started by Mr & Mrs Broughton 30 years ago for the elderly and lonely residents of Earith, Colne and Bluntisham. There were usually around 25 that met up every Wednesday at the Village Hall where they had a hot meal and carried out various activities like dominoes, crafts, keep fit and bingo. Unfortunately due to the pandemic, the Day Centre closed in April 2021 as it wasn't viable to continue. Mrs Broughton still keeps in touch with everyone to make sure they are ok.
The group has donated proceeds back to the community, including a large cheque to us with the condition that we use the money to support something that the children want, and with lasting legacy.
On behalf of the children, school staff, parents & governors, we feel extremely humbled and grateful for this money which is a substantial amount, contributory towards the purchase of an outdoor gym for the school.
Thank You, Earith Day Centre. We feel honoured.