Anti-Bullying Week

This week it is National Anti-Bullying Week 2017. It is so important that we all know what bullying is and how to stamp it out!
Our school has been taking part in lots of different activities this week including: odd sock day, designing anti-bullying posters (for the Sunderland City Competition) , re-writing our anti-bullying policy and of course learning all about different types of bullying and how to help prevent them.
In our school we have lots of techniques to help us prevent bullying: We have prefects supervising the toilets, buddies on the school yard looking for a friend in need, an anti-bullying team who meet regularly and worry boxes – to name just a few!

Our school took part in National odd sock day this week; on Tuesday we wore odd socks (of course) to show that everyone is different and everyone is equal. All of our socks were different but they all kept our feet warm and toasty just the same.

We think that it would be very boring if everyone looked the same and thought the same in our school.
Everyone in the world we share has different talents, beliefs, thoughts and abilities and you should never be rude to people about their ideas or force your beliefs upon someone else. It’s good to talk and learn from one another. Diversity makes the world a more interesting place.

In 6LG, we enjoy discussing diversity and equality – we have been learning just how diverse and amazing our world actually is.
On Thursday this week, we made an anti-bullying video based on diversity with Jane Adamson to show everything we have been discussing and learning. It will soon be posted on our website so we hope you check it out.

Our school is currently in the process of renewing our Anti-bullying Charter mark.

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We love Pudsey

Well done to all the boys and girls who helped raise money for Children in Need. Everyone looked great!

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Children In Need

A big thank you to year 5 and their parents for all the money raised for Children In Need today! The Pudsey Bear cakes were...
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Nursery Rhyme Challengers

We love nursery rhymes! Do you? This week we have been taking part in the Nursery Rhyme Challenge. Each day we learnt a new Nursery Rhyme as well as singing lots of our favourites along the way. On Monday we explored floating and sinking when we learnt Bobby Shaftoe. We used the computer to march The Grand Old Duke of Yorks men up and down the hill. We explored colour mixing when we sang Lavenders Dilly on Tuesday. On Wednesday we made a clock for Hickory Dickory Dock and everyone loved playing What time is it Mr Wolf. On Thursday we were busy winding bobbins and on Friday we joined Old King Coles band playing instruments. After a busy week we drew pictures of our favourite nursery rhyme. Whats your favourite?

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Anti-bullying Week.

We have been taking part in anti-bullying activities this week and thinking about the important message of treating others with respect. Here we are designing posters on the subject for a competition. Hopefully, someone from our school will...
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Magnificent Mathematicians

We’ve been using our ‘rapid recall’ boards to work on our mental maths skills. We are super proud of our work!

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Marvellous Myths

We are writing our myths! After reading Ancient Greek myths such as Icarus, King Midas and the Golden Touch, Medusa and the Quest of Perseus and Orpheus and Eurydice, we’ve started to write our own myths including mythical creatures, magical objects, heroes and heroines and gods and goddesses. Mrs Wardle can’t wait to read them.

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Amazing Bee-Bots!

Class 1DS worked in teams and programmed Bee-Bot robots to help us learn about directions - we are trying hard to know left from...
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Welcome to Easington Lane Primary School

On behalf of myself, the staff, governors and pupils, can I warmly welcome you to our new school website.

We are a mainstream primary school committed to inclusive education and meeting the needs of all the children in our care.

We aim to provide a lively, creative curriculum to challenge and motivate our pupils and enable them to participate in a range of high quality learning opportunities. The schools excellent facilities enhance the quality of our children’s education. We have recently extended our building and increased our outdoor facilities further, this has enhanced the opportunities that we can provide our children (although we are always seeking to make them even better).  However our greatest resource is our skilled and dedicated staff who work tirelessly to provide the best teaching and learning experience for each child.

We want our pupils to enjoy coming to school and to be enthusiastic about learning. We will nurture and encourage pupils and hopefully, inspire them to be active participants in their own development and education.

We expect high standards of behaviour from all of our pupils, and ask parents to work with us in ensuring our children fulfil their potential.  We are an Ofsted rated ‘Good’ school and you can read our most recent inspection report here.  We are a school that continues to strive for improvement and recently worked with an external body to complete a Whole School Review in May 2017.  To read the findings form this review click the link below.

External Review of Easington Lane Primary School – May 2017

We hope Easington Lane Primary School enjoys a long and successful working relationship with you and your child.

Mrs S Nordstrom – Headteacher

Attendance: 13/11/2017

  • Reception 95%
  • Year 2 90.5%
  • Year 4 98.5%
  • Year 6 95%
  • Year 1 95%
  • Year 3 94%
  • Year 5 96%

House Points This Term

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School Contact

Headteacher: Mrs S Nordstrom
School Business Manager: Mr B Huitson

Easington Lane Primary School, High Street, Easington Lane, Houghton le Spring, DH5 0JT
Tel: 0191 553 6730 | office@elps.school

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Find out what’s happening across our school

Playdough disco.

In Nursery we love to join in with play dough disco. We dance to the music and use the dough to exercise our hands, arms and fingers. Squeezing the dough strengthens our muscles and develops our fine motor skills.

Buzzing about Bee-bots!

This week in Computing, the children were introduced to Bee-bots. They worked in small groups and began to develop an understanding of how to control the bee-bot, using simple step commands. What fun they had programming!

The life of Venerable Bede

Did you know that Venerable Bede was born in 673 and he lived near Monkwearmouth in Sunderland? When he was 7 years old he was sent to a monastry and became a monk. This week Elizabeth, from Tillytoo Tales, came into school and spoke to the children about the life of...

LAF team visit

The LAF team visited our school today. They brought their ‘Smoothie Bike’ with them. Some of our children had great fun blending a smoothie by riding the bike and they even got to taste it afterwards. It was delicious! The LAF team will continue to work across the school throughout the coming year promoting a healthy lifestyle.

Bonfire Celebrations

Today everyone was talking about the fireworks they had seen. We were all very busy making beautiful pictures of fireworks. We also have been learning about Firework safety. We learnt that in the Firework Safety Code we need to be 5 years old to hold a sparkler so we made our own sparklers to play with outside. They were colourful and so much fun!

Separating Materials

We are learning about separating materials in science and this week we have been using the process of filtering to separate a variety of insoluble solids from water. The filter paper worked very well for most solids but when we filtered our mixture of compost and...

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