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
Head of SchoolRead More
Year 1 had a visit from Mr Plater from the Dinostar Museum. He brought lots of fossils for the children to look at and hold and he shared some amazing dinosaur facts. The children hunted for fossils like palaeontologists, made rubbings and created their own fossil plaster casts. https://t.co/Qvredxvbbe
Year 2 planted sunflowers today. We made our own plant pots out of cardboard tubes, filled them with compost and used a lollipop stick to make a hole for the seed. We can't wait to see them grow!
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5KE are having loads of fun with the chicks! https://t.co/kvB07cF5we
School council planted bushes and seed bombs as part of our Green Strategy to improve school grounds for students, staff, animals, birds and insects. https://t.co/F4gEul2B88
We are egg-xpecting a very egg-citing delivery tomorrow! #thehappychickcompany #elliottfoundation https://t.co/IkzRwadTIe
The lovely ladies in the kitchen created a giant cupcake caterpillar as a treat for our children for Red Nose Day. #RedNoseDay #elliotfoundation https://t.co/XkhI4WGarf
5KE are fully prepared for an emergency as we can now put an unconscious person in the recovery position! https://t.co/AYJNPA7azn
Dog Man Fever has over taken Year 5!! https://t.co/CGhoOeFb9G
Our Y5/6 girls' football team took part in a football festival at Jack Hunt School last week. The festival was non competitive aimed at generating interest in girls playing football. Our girls dazzled throughout the afternoon with their skills scoring some wonderful goals. https://t.co/WjWYmY25Gr
Brilliant teamwork from this pair. https://t.co/qAx03YtFRr
Group 2 were a bunch of daredevils! https://t.co/oLbW6YuYh8
Group 2 crate stacking https://t.co/DLAK8wmXgb
Group 1's last day photo! https://t.co/B0OsmRtrw0
We had such an amazing time! Sad to leave but excited to be going home #grafhamwater #year4residential https://t.co/se9zcdOs6L
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