Welcome to Eastfield Infants' and Nursery School
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our School website.
Whether you have a child here at the School already, or if you are considering applying for a place here, I hope you will find this information useful.
At Eastfield Infants and Nursery School we pride ourselves on having an 'open door policy' which means that you are welcome to come in to speak to staff at the beginning and end of the day if you have any questions or concerns about your child's welfare or education.
In addition, I am always happy to talk to you about anything that will improve outcomes for your child. Please see Miss Lyall in the office to make a mutually convenient appointment, or catch me on the playground first thing in the morning!
"This is a good school. It has outstanding strengths in the care, guidance and support it provides for all pupils.
Every adult has the best interests of the children in the forefront of their thinking and actions. No stone is left unturned, or avenue not explored, in the school's relentless quest to ensure that every pupil is able to access and benefit from all that the school and it's partners have to offer"
"Writing is a journey of discovery because until you start, you never know what will happen, and you can be surprised by what you do - expect the unexpected!" Mini Grey
Children whose fifth birthday falls on or after the 1st September are admitted into the Reception year in the main school from the start of the Autumn Term.
During the first half term an induction programme is planned which enables children to feel secure, confident and able to adapt to the longer school day.
Where places permit, children may be admitted to the Nursery at the start of the term following the child’s 3rd birthday and will be offered a morning or afternoon place taking parental preference into consideration when possible.
Parents of children starting Nursery and Reception classes are invited to a welcome meetings which gives them the opportunity to meet the Head Teacher, Staff, Governors and Home School Association members and find out more about their child’s first few months at school.
You can find more information on our Admissionspage.
News and reminders
Internet Safety Day
Thursday is Internet Safety day and Dan Hawbrook from Lincolnshire Safeguarding Board will be working with the children in Year 1 and 2 to increase their awareness of internet safety.
Parents are invited to a 1/2 hour workshop at 2:50pm to give them some tips too. This is a really important issue and we hope many people will attend.
Parent Pop-in Week
Parent Pop-in week for the Spring Term will be the week commencing Monday 7th March.
- Monday 7th at 2:45 will be Ducks and Chicks
- Tuesday 8th at 2:45 will be Squirrels and Hedgehogs
- Thursday 10th March, Panthers, Tigers and Lions from 9:15 to 9:45
- Friday 11th March Owls Rabbits Otters and Moles from 9:15 – 9:45.
They learnt a Scottish dance, dressed up and even tried some Haggis. Find out more
Year of Writing
Following on from our successful year of maths, we have decided that this year will be our year of writing. We aim to raise the profile of writing across the school by developing a programme of special events which will run alongside the normal high quality teaching and learning that goes on in the classrooms.
Keep up with the very latest from our classes
You can also find class newsletters and picture galleries on our Classes page
Every week we have an Attendance Reward Assembly for those who had 100% attendance. You can see this weeks winners on our Attendance page.
Our School Council
Comprised of children for Years 1 and 2