Category Archives: Eastoft School

Eastoft C of E Primary School

This term, Eastoft C of E Primary School have been taking part in a variety of activities and we would like to share them with you.

Sport

This term, we have been participating in lots of sport.
In gymnastics, we learnt how to do many different moves and levelled up when we passed the stages. We get badges and a certificate when we score more than a seven. We have ten weeks of this and the place we do this is at Brumby Gymnastics Gym. There are four coaches and year 3/4 are in group one and two while year 5/6 are in groups three and four. 

Another activity that we have taken part is a dodgeball tournament at The Pods. Lots of other schools were there: Luddington and Garthorpe, Barton St Peters, Althorpe and Keadby and Gunness and Burringham. There were lots of games going on at one time. Year 3/4 were playing against 3/4 and the same for year 5/6. 

Finally, we attended a hockey tournament. There were the same schools there but this time we went outside of the pods instead of inside. We were playing on AstroTurf and we all got a break and 3 games. However, at the end, whoever won the games would go through to the finals.

Remembrance

During the week commencing 4th November,
we completed activities to learn about remembrance. We created silhouettes; made pencil sketches; baked and decorated biscuits; made our own felt poppies; and held a poppy making workshop for pupils and parents. On Friday 8th November, we held our Remembrance service in school.

Children in Need

On Friday 15th November, we celebrated Children in Need by coming to school in our pyjamas! We took part in the Joe Wicks Big Morning Move Challenge and the Children in Need Duck race. Key Stage 2 children made activities and games for the younger children to play in the afternoon. 

Christmas

Eastoft school will have a Merry Christmas this year. We will go to watch Aladdin at the Baths Hall this Christmas. Annie Fanny and Fanny Annie are funny. We will also have also had our Christmas fayre. It will include several stalls: face painting, glitter tattoos, hot chocolate, games, a bake sale and much more! Our Christmas play this year is called ‘Superstar!’. It is about a shy girl that auditions for a Christmas musical. 

Old School Rules

Old School Rules

THE RULES for Eastoft School were as follows :

1. Children are admitted into the school from the age of three years and upwards.

2. Annual Subscribers will receive a ticket for every ten shillings they subscribe, which ticket will save the child to whom it is given, two pence a week.

3. Three pence a week must be brought for each child every Monday morning, and one shilling a quarter must also be paid for those who wish to learn writing.
A ticket from a Subscriber will reduce the payment to one penny a week, not including writing.

4.  No child must be absent from school without leave.

5. School Hours are—in the morning from 9 to 12 o’clock, and in the afternoon from 2 till 4 from Michaelmas to Lady Day, and from 2 till 5 from Lady Day to Michaelmas. There will be no school on Saturdays.

6. If a child be not sent to school by 9 o’clock, it must be taken back till the afternoon, and if not sent by 2 in the afternoon, it must be taken back for the rest of the day. This rule will not be enforced with regard to children who live more than a mile from the school.

7. Children must come to school with clean hands and faces, their hair properly cut and combed, and their clothes clean.

8. No child can attend the school who has any disorder that is infectious, nor whilst the small-pox, measles, hooping cough, ringworm, or any infectious disease prevails in the family.

9. All children belonging to this school above 6 years old must attend the Sunday School at half past nine o’clock in the morning, and also during the summer months at two o’clock in the afternoon.

The parents are particularly requested to pay strict attention to the above Rules, as so much depends upon regularity.

The Mistress of the School will not be able to attend to any complaints from the parents, but if they are mentioned to the clergyman, they will be immediately attended to.

Vicarage,
Adlingfleet,
September, 1845
Vicar.Frank Sugden

 

 

Back To School

Tuesday 5th September
School Re-opens – Events linked to the Tour of Britain

On the 5th of September the Tour of Britain cycle event will be passing through Eastoft, we are hoping to take the children down to watch late morning/early afternoon and would like it if the children could come to school wearing non-uniform but something green.
Reception/F2 will be staying in school as the event in not age appropriate.

http://www.eastoft.n-lincs.sch.uk/

Multi-Sports Days

Eastoft School Multi-Sports (2 days)

For boys and girls aged 7-11.

Take part in a variety of different sports, such as: rounders, dodgeball, cricket, hockey, football and many more. Children will learn new skills, improve their teamwork and develop their confidence in a fun and inclusive environment.

All coaches are DBS checked and first aid trained.

Wednesday 9th August– Multi Sports Eastoft Primary School 9am-3pm (7-11 yrs).
Thursday 10th August – Multi Sports Eastoft Primary School 9am-3pm (7-11 yrs).
9am – 3pm both days

£25 pays for the Wednesday and Thursday sessions ( £15 per day individually)

https://www.fundamentalpeandsport.co.uk/

Eastoft School Christmas Fayre

Come and join us for your Christmas gifts:
Friday 13th November 3-6pm
Various Crafts,  Fairy doors,  Garlands
Knitted dolls,  Isle Print it,  Raffle, Tea,
Coffee Cakes,  Soup, Hot Dogs
Hot Roast Pork Sandwiches,
plus much more.
Hopefully the man himself might pay us a visit.
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