Class 1 and 2 went to Tesco and learned more about where our food comes from. We tasted different types of cheese (Yum!) and a selection of vegetables.
Well done to all the children in Y2-Y6 who took part in our inter schools cross country event at Hope Valley College. They were ALL superstars and gave 100% effort.
Grace E & Freya came 1st and 2nd place in the infant girls race. In KS2 Amelia & Imogen have qualified for the final round at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School on Saturday 16 November. We have a lot of talented runners!
These were written one wet playtime by three boys in Y4 and Y6.
I would recommend Eyam school because as soon as you join you make lots of new friends. And if you do get in to trouble or you are upset it always get sorted out. Our school is an ECO school we love saving electricity. We are also trying to respect school property. Our teachers are amazing and the work we get is not too hard and not too easy. Also, I think the education is the key part of this school.
I think this school is good because everyone is friends. We don’t let people get away with anything naughty. The work is great and we learn alot here.
Our children are kind to each other. At dinner time we have balls and rackets. When you settle in you make friends quickly.
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Welcome back to school everyone!
A special welcome to all the new children joining us for the first time.
School starts on Wednesday 4th September at 8:50am
We now have four classes arranged as follows:
Class 1 (Rec & Y1) – Mrs Gilbertson
Class 2 (Y2 & Y3) – Mrs Hayes
Class 3 (Y4) – Miss Hurford
Class 4 (Y5 & Y6) – Mrs Brunt in the morning & Mrs Burgin & Mrs Cook in the afternoons.