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  • Severe Weather Warning

    Published 01/11/23

    The school will remain open tomorrow. Please follow the link below for updates on any DCC transport routes not running:

    For the Trust buses (CH60, 61, 62, 63 and 64) separate messages will be sent via text.

    The school websites and Facebook pages will also be updated regularly.

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  • Healthy Eating

    Published 05/06/23

    As we are a healthy eating school, we aim to promote a balanced diet for all our children by reducing the amount of sugar, salt, and processed foods in their diet.

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  • World Book Day

    Published 08/03/23

    On World Book Day we enjoyed a wonderful range of book based activities, including dressing up as our favourite characters!

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  • Year 6 Consultation

    Published 20/01/23

    Proposed change to the current Year 6 Academy structure
    Thank you for your feedback last term regarding the Year 6 Academy.
    Having analysed the questionnaire results from children, staff and parents, it is evident that the majority of people are in favour of a change.

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  • School is open

    Published 18/01/23

    School Open

    Y6 bus NOT running - pupils able to go to either EWS or CPS if safe to do so.

    Road from Three Hammers very icy

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  • School is open today

    Published 12/12/22
    East Worlington Primary School will be open from 9am today.
    The road from the Three Hammers junction is clear.
    Please drive safely.
    The Year 6 bus is running, pupils to be picked up from Three Hammers Cross.
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  • Out of School Club with Angie Lunn

    Published 20/06/22

    In OOSC the children have thoroughly enjoyed playing with the new loose parts that have been purchased by the school. Loose parts are materials which can be moved around, carried, stacked, lined up and manoeuvred in multiple ways to enhance creativity when playing. This open-ended play improves creativity, boost social and problem-solving skills and supports inclusion. Throughout each session children have the opportunity to build, make and play, with open access to both indoors and out.
    If your child is booked into a session please ensure that they bring a healthy snack in with them.

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  • Oaks' Residential Trip

    Published 11/04/22

    What absolute super stars our Oaks are! There has been barely a disagreement; no complaining; every child went above and beyond and tried every activity, no matter how much of a challenge it was! What more could staff ask for. Thank you Mrs Dodd, Mrs Ford and Miss Lunn.

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