The children at Easingwold Primary School celebrated the Queen's 90th Birthday with a variety of events. They dressed up in red, white and blue and a picnic lunch was held. On the same day the children took part in a sponsored skipping event to raise money for the school's PTA. ... Read more
Welcome to our school
May I take the opportunity to welcome you to Easingwold Community Primary School. The staff and I hope that this will mark the beginning of a long and happy relationship with us.
We believe that it is important that we replicate the security, care and understanding that you give your child at home. We also firmly believe that education is a partnership between home and school and recognise you as an active partner in our school’s development and value your interest and support.
Education is a partnership between home and school.
I hope that this website will give you an insight into how the school works, what will be expected of your child and how, together, we can create a meaningful and successful school experience which will prepare our children for their lives ahead.
We look forward to working with you.
The Archbishop of York, Dr.John Sentamu, visited school recently to wish our Year 6 children good luck in their upcoming SATs tests. His message was to 'aim high.' Read more
Lawrence Fowell, our budding animator in Year 6, has been working hard on some of his own animations at home. Click on this link to see his latest work. Look out for this star of the future! Read more
Years 3/4 have worked very hard recently, looking at ‘Sounds Through The Decades’. They started back in the 1920’s and have worked through to the present day music, learning a song from each decade to perform in their Production, ‘Sounds Through The Decades’. The production was written as a Music ... Read more
Thank you to everyone that entered a bonnet and boiled egg into this years Easter Competition. There were some fantastic entries! Thank you to everyone that came along to the Easter Bunny Drive, it was great fun and the cake was delicious! A big thanks to everyone who helped, we ... Read more
Six Y5/6 children from ECPS have made it through to the County Final of a primary school debating competition organised by North Yorkshire County Council. The issue of climate change was discussed during Y5/6 literacy lessons and those children who demonstrated skills in public speaking and debate were then given ... Read more
On Thursday 3rd March, ECPS celebrated World Book Day in the traditional fashion with children and staff dressing up as book characters! The fun continued throughout the day with opportunities to share our favourite books and to take part in book-related activities. Read more
On Friday 29th January Year 5/6 competed against Alverton, Brompton, Kirby Hill, Hustwaite, Mount Grace Federation, South Otterington, Sowerby and Stokesley for a place to represent Hambleton at Athletics at the North Yorkshire games. We won with a whopping 392 points collected from both field and track events! We can't ... Read more
ECPS has been raising money for NSPCC Number Day on Friday 5th February. All the children came dressed in numbers or a number related costume! We enjoyed a wide range of number activities in our Maths lessons. Miss Potter's Maths group adored playing who wants to be a Mathionaire, while ... Read more
The attending staff would like to thank the year 6 children for their amazing behaviour during the residential to Bewerley Park. They were named a 'go group' as they would give anything a go and embraced all the challenges presented. We enjoyed bouldering, explored caves, swam gorges and solved treasure ... Read more