Please find attached the first Annual Statement to Parents and Carers from Elvington’s Governing Body. If you have any questions relating to this document, please send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org Governors’ Annual Statement 2020-21
Good morning, please see the attached letter regarding COVID-19 symptoms and recommended testing for children attending a primary school setting. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me via email… Kind regards,…
Please note that the vegetarian option on Friday 16th and Friday 23rd July will be Vegetarian (Quorn) Sausage and chips. This option replaces the Cheese Sandwich. Click here for more information about school lunches and the summer term menu.
Please read the attached letter, which will detail a number of significant announcements following this afternoon’s (06/07/2021) DfE guidance. It is exceptionally important to stress, that modifications will not be implemented at Elvington Church of England Primary School, until the…
Children throughout school have enjoyed a range of activities as part of our Sports Week. Here’s an overview of the week:
Climbing Wall Experience
Children in KS1 & KS2 enjoyed a very special experience day, as they were able to attempt ascending a state of the art climbing wall. Trained instructors were on hand to keep children safe and ensure everyone enjoyed
the experience, which they clearly did. Climbing is one of the fastest growing sporting activities. It simultaneously develops coordination, strength, flexibility and cardiovascular fitness. Additionally, important life skills like problem-solving, goal-setting, perseverance, inner confidence and patience were developed. To quote Lydia, “I was so proud of myself for getting to the top – it was great exercise and an amazing experience!”
We had our annual Sports Day (in class bubbles) on Tuesday. It was great to see the effort and sportsmanship the children displayed. Unfortunately, COVID-19 restrictions prevented us from inviting parents/carers.
Lots of laps were completed as part of Wednesday’s Mini Marathon – thank you for your sponsorship of this event. Money raised from this event will help to fund some of the exciting events the school provides for the children. You can still download a copy of the sponsor form here, or please contact Mrs. Greening should you require a paper copy of the sponsorship form.
Sadly, due to the inclement weather, the skate park on Friday 25th June has had to be cancelled. It is now scheduled to take place on Wednesday 30th June. Please check your child’s class Twitter feed…