End of Term

End of Term

March 29, 2018 7:38 pm

It has been an utterly fantastic week here at Eastfield. As we gradually reach the end of the spring term, I am filled with pride at our many achievements.

Music Concert

This week has seen some amazing performances by our talented pupils. On Tuesday our new Music teacher Mr Heard organised his first Eastfield music concert featuring all our Year 3 recorder players and Year 4 Violinists.

Enfield’s Dance Festival

Fifteen pupils from Year 5 took to the stage of the Millfield Theatre to take part in Enfield’s Dance Festival. Our theme this year was ‘I can’. The children performed beautifully; the entire audience stood up and cheered. It truly was a spectacular performance!


School Disco

Sticking to the theme of dance, I understand we had some real shakers and movers among our pupils and staff at our Spring Disco, which raised much needed funds for our school. I would like to thank all my staff for giving up their time to ensure our pupils have a “groovy” night!

Science Day

Miss Goodfellow organised a phenomenal Science Day. Children arrived to school wearing their lab coats and crazy hair styles – all ready to have an explosive, fun –packed, investigative Science Day! Look at what we got up to…


Hampton Court

To compliment the topic Year 4 are studying, The Tudors, the children went on an excursion to Hampton curt and experienced a day in the life of the Tudors.


Roman Day

Year 3’s learning about the Romans was showcased through their vibrant assembly. Here the newly appointed “digital leaders’ illustrated the brilliant use of technology that enhances learning on a daily basis at our school. The children also sang, danced and played a variety of musical instruments! The finale consisted of pupils and parents alike! It was a brilliant end to a brilliant term.

Year 3’s digital leaders

Au Revoir Mrs Claydon

After 12 years of service to Eastfield Primary School Mrs Claydon has made the decision to retire. Anita has been at the heart of our school since taking up her role as Inclusion Manager and has supported many pupils and their parents. Our special assembly this week was dedicated to her, in honour of her commitment to us; mixed emotions were felt by all who attended. We wish her all the best and hope she pops back to visit us soon!

I would like to end with a BIG THANK YOU to all the teachers, support staff and volunteers who work tirelessly each day to ensure we make a truly positive difference to every child in our school. We hope you enjoy the break. See you on Monday 16th April.

The Author: Christalla Jamil

Christalla Jamil

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