On behalf of the children, staff and Governors, welcome to the new Edenthorpe Hall Primary School website. We hope you find the site useful and informative.
Please find below our Autumn 2 newsletter
Dear Children, Parents and Carers.
Welcome back, school re-opens for children on Wednesday 3rd September 2014.
We would like to extend a warm welcome to the new children joining our school in Foundation Stage and also new starters throughout school.
Our new teaching staff are Miss Eade, Miss Joyce and Mr Cartwright.
We also have three new midday supervisors starting in September- Mrs Atherton, Mrs Wright and Mr Taylor.
We are pleased to inform you that Mrs Sykes has returned to Edenthorpe Hall Primary and she will be supporting staff training and development throughout school and also teaching for one day a week in Year groups 2,3 and 5.
We will be implementing the new National Curriculum in 2014. All staff have received training on areas of the curriculum that have changed and have incorporated the required changes into their planning. As a school, we deliver our teaching through a topic based approach as we find this engages children and they become excited by their learning. This will continue and we have enjoyed refreshing the topics to incorporate the necessary changes. Please see your child’s class pages for further information.
We look forward to seeing you all on Wednesday,
Below are the dates for the next academic year.
Below is our Summer 2 newsletter pg1
Below is our Summer 1 newsletter
Below is our Spring 2 Newsletter
A huge thank you for all the support and sponsorship for our Speedmark event.
All the children (and teachers) thoroughly enjoyed the day and we have raised just over £1400 for school funds.
Please let me know if you have any suggestions as to how the money should be spent.
Year six have recently visited Crucial Crew with lots of other year 6 classes from South Yorkshire.
We learnt about how to be safe on public buses when travelling around Doncaster.
Through role plays, we also learnt how to contact the emergency services. Members of the fire service warned us about the danger of hoax calls and taught us what to do if there is a fire in our house.
Finally, we took part in a trial in a magistrates court. We all took different roles in the court and learnt what happens when children have to go to court.
Back at school, we are continuing to learn about road safety, cyberbullying, first aid and the emergency services in our PSHE lessons and assemblies.