Sportshall Indoor Athletics-Local Cluster Round
A big congratulations to all the Y5/6 athletes who won this event, beating local rivals Carfield, Norton Free and Annes Grove. They are now through to the Westfield Hub final on Tues 6 January 2015, 4pm, at Ponds Forge
Don't forget school is closed on Monday for bank holiday.
We had a fabulous Sports Day at EIS on 27 April. Thank you to all staff, children and volunteers for making this a memorable event.
Well done to Green Team who have earned themselves a non-uniform day on Friday 31st March
This Friday (17th Match) will be non-uniform for Red, Yellow and Blue teams. Well done everyone!
Due to unforeseen circumstances the parents' evening for Mrs Stocks and Mrs Wild's class tonight has had to be cancelled. Please accept our apologies if you had an appointment tonight; we will be in touch in the near future to re-arrange this.
Well done to Green Team who have won a non-uniform day this Friday, 20th January!
We have managed to resolve the problem- the school phones are now working!
We appear to be having a problem with receiving phone calls- our phone system is down, due to the current weather conditions.
We are working to fix this as soon as possible and apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Ever felt like you could impress in the Dragons’ Den? Six of our year six children had the chance to do just that, as they took part in the first Young Entrepreneurs’ Challenge event on Wednesday 12th October. Billy, Oscar, Ruby, Jess and Thomas visited the University of Sheffield for the day, where they were taught various business skills by a local entrepreneur. The children were delighted to have the opportunity to see the University's new Diamond building, which is an amazing place to study.
Challenged to come up with their own idea for a new company, they decided on MatchaPet.com, a service which helps people with no pets find someone who needs a pet-sitter.
The children gave a fantastic pitch and really impressed the judges, who included Lee Strafford, the former Chairman of
The judges were particularly impressed with the quality of all of the children’s pitches. Janet Grant, a judge and mentor from the University of Sheffield’s Enterprise Zone, praised the pupils’ presentation skills, which she said rivalled those of undergraduate students.
The event is part of a new initiative led by local business, Tutora (https://tutora.co.uk), who help parents find local, expert tutors. They designed the event to inspire children to dream of one day building and running their own companies.
Well done to Blue Team who have earned a non-uniform day on Friday, 14th October 2016.
Keep up the great work everyone!