News and Latest Events

Today we welcomed 50 grandparents in to visit their grandchild's classroom and to watch their assembly. They were also able to enjoy a cuppa and a delicious cookie kindly donated by Morrisons.

 

Our bring and buy sale for Children in Need and Oak & Furrows raised £105. Well done to all involved

On Tuesday 12th November, Year 5 and 6 attended a special author visit at Dorcan Academy.

Phil Earle was the author and he shared exciting ideas and motivated the children to write and be creative with their ideas! A fun time was had by all.

 

We have a wide range of Remembrance items for sale from 8.30 - 8.45 this week in the entrance hall to raise money for the poppy appeal.

 

What’s my line?  

At a recent assembly the children had to guess what job the visitors did by asking questions. What jobs did they do?

The jobs were -Scientist,  Researcher,  Community Banker,  Politician’s Assistant,  Film Maker

 

Great news!  Eldene Nursery and Primary School has achieved the WIRE (Widen Inclusivity in Religious Education) award.   Mrs Mcarthy came to school and presented the award in a special assembly.  Well done to everyone!

 

 

 Thank you to all who attended the coffee morning on Friday 27th September  in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support -  We raised well over £250 and enjoyed lots of delicious cakes.

 

 

On Monday, some of our families and their children started at a new 'REALplay' club at school. This is a way to learn games and activities to play at home. A great start to a lovely club and it was enjoyed by all!

 

 

Some of our Year 5 children are training to be 'Play leaders'. They have been on a training course and have been learning how to lead a small group to play a cooperative game during play times and lunch break at school.

 

 

 

 

 

On Thursday 12th September, after a rigorous selection procedure,  20 of Eldene's finest enrolled as mini police. They made a pledge to serve the local community in front of the police, governors, parents, staff and children and were awarded with their uniforms and caps.

Later there was celebratory tea and biscuits. 

Look out for the mini police in your community and let them know how they can help tackle any problems in the area.