Our Events Gallery for 2022 - 2023
Bluebell School Trip 30.06.2023
Kickstart Premier Sports Challenge June 2023: Speedy Kick & Fundraising Opportunity for School. Thank you, Community members for all your support.
Daffodil School Trip - 20.06.2023
The children retold the story of Noah's Ark, made their own arks, had a tour of the cathedral and got to sing in the quire. The children had a fabulous day and were wonderful ambassadors for the school.
Dahlia School Trip - 06.06.2023
We all had an amazing time connecting with nature and spending the whole day, learning outdoors. The children's questioning and understanding of fruit-farming practices were outstanding, and they were really able to deepen their understanding about the importance of an ecosystem. All of this was taught through a range of hands-on experiences such as pond-dipping, flower making and animal hunts.
Healthy Week 2023
Ladybird Boat & Holt Island Trip: Thistle
A lovely day in the locality with Thistle: exploring Holt Island and enjoying a leisurely ride up the river – in the sun!
Bluebell and Dahlia had a fantastic time in the science session led by Illumina on Tuesday afternoon, learning about DNA and how to extract it from a strawberry! There was a lot of excitement and talking for learning within the room!
Easter Egg Rolling Competition 31.03.2023
Tim: Stonemason, Sculptor, Carver – Visit 28.03.2023
Whole-hearted thanks to Tim for volunteering his morning to visit every class at Earith and speak
to our pupils so passionately about his craft. Not only did Tim teach our pupils all about his trade,
steeped in knowledge to support the DT curriculum, he also delved into the history, geography
and science around stonemasonry, sculpting and carving.
Maths Day 27.03.2023
Tessellating patterns; a world record for the largest part-whole model; pictograms, doubles;
maths graffiti and drones, amongst many other activities – fun with numbers for all: we hope
your children enjoyed their World Maths Day 2023
STEM Day 19.03.2023
Young Farmer 17.03.2023
Thank you to our Young Farmer, Luke Ablett, who visited school on Monday. Luke spoke to each class in the Hall about a range of areas, including a typical working day across different seasons, the machinery he uses for planting and harvesting crops and how he is working to reduce his farm's carbon footprint.
Adrenaline Martial Arts Assembly: 15.3.23 : our children, wowed with their skills in Karate, as well as showcasing two of their super students' skills: Ava & Jamie. The Team taught us a little more about the discipline that sits alongside the ethos of their club - readiness and mindset being key drivers - just like here at Earith Primary School - oss! Several pupils were interested in joining. Cards from the club have been sent home. Thank You, Adrenaline Martial Arts. Take a look at the videos below:
A snapshot of our fun provision at lunchtime: indoor (wet outside)
outdoor (whilst field wet and Muddy!)
Daffodil class had a wonderful day at the Raptor Foundation
On our class trip to Hamerton Zoo, Thistle Class have applied our knowledge of animals gained in Science and jungles in Geography to better understand which animals are adapted to which environment.
Lunchtimes indoors - getting ready for the wet plays ahead...
Bluebell class enjoyed a fantastic day out at Peterborough Cathedral learning about Katherine of Aragon and Henry VIII, the history of the monestry that became the Cathedral and the symbolic stone rebuses from the Tudor period. They all behaved brilliantly and should be very proud of themselves.
Gordon's first Friendship Club: this half term - fostering relationships between Daffodil & Bluebell Class. Joined by the Kindness Monster.
Week 2 Friendship Club continued
Here's more from Week 3
Children harvesting the fruits of their labour following the summer growth - return of Gardening Club.