Squirrels had their hard work rewarded by a visit to London.
Starting early at 5:45 and taking in many famous sites along the route made the day really memorable for everyone.
At last we arrived and were ready to climb up to the top of Tower Bridge – some of the parents were scared ! We were lucky to have a guided explanation about the winching mechanism for the bridge.
Time to shop – so many decisions to make and then to pay for! A final count up after a visit to the loo! The final treat was a visit to McDs which put a late evening smile on our faces before some of us had a snooze! A big thanks to the parents who joined us and a massive cheer for Mrs Jones who was always there with her first aid and a big smile 🙂 A day to remember Squirrels.
Just look how many children are learning to play an instrument AND were willing to perform to an audience of enthusiastic friends and family.
As well as violin and cello, flute, clarinet and saxophone, piano, guitar and ukulele, trumpet and voice, we also have a school choir.
Every year one class learns an instrument – this year it was the fife and next year its the trumpet and trombone!
If you’d like lessons please talk to Mrs Gilbertson and we will put you in touch with our teachers who mainly work through the Music Partnership.
We will miss you all but hope you have enjoyed a fun end of term at Eyam School
Good luck in your journey through secondary school and let us know how you get on.
You make a fabulous group – a positive mindset that has spread across you over time – a fun loving attitude – a tough challenge for Mrs Dawson and LOOK at the results!
All of you passed all of the Sats tests – that’s 100% working a the expected level. A huge congratulations!
YOU are supportive, resilient, friendly, compassionate and honest team players who’ve all taken on responsibilities during the year and grown into confident learners.
Take this with you and you will shine – use these skills and you’ll help other people’s light to shine brighter.
Thank you for leading the school this year and GOOD LUCK
Our School Sports day was a wonderful fun afternoon of friendship and healthy competition mixed with delight at each other’s success. A true reflection of the school – determination and celebration.
The House Captains were awarding certificates for the Sporting values of determination, teamwork, passion, respect, honesty and self belief – these are now household words because they are the sporting values we focus on during all our tournaments through the Sports Partnership and in the Cluster.
We began with individual challenges such as javelin, chest throwing and speed bounce. After a rest and drink it was time for the spring races which are always competitive. The relay is a real favourite and gives the houses a chance to work as a team. We finished with Time ball – a local traditional game for the older pupils.
What was the highpoint of the afternoon? The encouraging atmosphere – everyone was able to take part and some of the older pupils took the hands of and lead the younger ones through the activities. A big thanks to all the families for joining us and making new faces feel welcome too! A special thanks to Mrs Gaywood who runs the event with such enthusiasm and passion for sport.
Of course its the taking part that counts but nothing could disguise the excitement when the choir won their category! Well done to everyone – it was a long evening of listening but the children behaved impeccably and were a real credit to our village. A special thank you to Mr Tinker who has worked so hard with the choir over the year it was such a proud moment!
We also had a range of other performers – our Ukulele duet seen here played in the huge St Johns Church. Pianists also play here on the full sized grand piano – some of the younger players could not even tough the floor!
Solo singers ands the wind players took part in the Methodist Church. The brass trio ‘The Three Trumpeteers’ had a blast and we also had violinist and a cellist playing solos.
The Festival is over 2 weeks and on another day several children took part in the spoken/drama section reciting poems. Everyone remembered how to stand and bow afterwards – its a quite a daunting experience but such a good learning opportunity and great fun to listen to others perform. Well done to the musical team at Eyam! A big thanks to parents for helping with practising and of course to our Peri teachers.
Hedgehogs have been particularly busy acting out, retelling and re living famous tales – this is a great way to build their confidence by taking the role of various characters.
They’ve also planned and re written tales – with their own adaptations!
A design and make project that all the class got literally stuck into, was the castle creation.
Our hard work paid off as we tackled the indoor athletics with the Hope Valley Cluster.
We got through to the Finals in Matlock which is a loud and challenging afternoon of Sport against all the top winners in the North of the County. We were very proud of our team – you can ‘see’ how hard they are working!