Eatock Primary School

Telephone:

01942 634672

Where to find us?

St George's Ave, Westhoughton BL5 2ER

Eatock Primary School

Telephone:

01942 634672

St George's Avenue

Westhoughton BL5 2ER

Trips & Visits

Top 3% of all Schools

Your school results show that your school is amongst the top 3% of all schools in England in terms of progress. We want to ensure that every child has the necessary fluency in reading, writing and mathematics and your school has provided this.

Nick Gibb

Minister of State School Standards

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Nick Gibb

Minister of State School Standards

Your school results show that your school is amongst the top 3% of all schools in England in terms of progress. We want to ensure that every child has the necessary fluency in reading, writing and mathematics and your school has provided this.

Inspiring Place

Eatock is an inspiring place for pupils to learn and lives p to its motto of: 'Giving wings to fly'.

Sue Eastwood

HMI Ofsted Inspector

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2016-03-14T15:19:18+01:00

Sue Eastwood

HMI Ofsted Inspector

Eatock is an inspiring place for pupils to learn and lives p to its motto of: ‘Giving wings to fly’.

Awesome and Safe

Pupils think the school is 'awesome' and feel very safe: Parents agree.

Sue Eastwood

HMI Ofsted Inspsector

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Sue Eastwood

HMI Ofsted Inspsector

Pupils think the school is ‘awesome’ and feel very safe: Parents agree.

Truly Inspired

truly inspired every time I come. The teachers and the creative learning our children is amazing.

Parent

February 2017

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Parent

February 2017

truly inspired every time I come. The teachers and the creative learning our children is amazing.

Excellent Practice

The school's excellent practise in teaching and learning is valued highly by the local authority and, as a result, the school is asked to share its expertise with other schools. The school plays a full part within a network of schools

Ofsted Report

June 2016

 

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Ofsted Report

June 2016

 

The school’s excellent practise in teaching and learning is valued highly by the local authority and, as a result, the […]
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Learning Outside the Classroom and Cultural Experiences Overview 2018-2020

Yearly Overview

                              Autumn

Spring

Summer

EYFS

Local Area Exploration

Visitor: Diwali

Animals UK

Science visitor

Emergency Services Visitors

Oral Health visitor

PSO visitor

Life Bus

Incredible Eggs

 

 

Smithills Farm

Chester Zoo

Bolton Wanderers Visitor

NSPCC Visitor

Year 1

Various Emergency Services Visitors

Oral Health visitor

Church visit – Christmas

Animals UK

 

Local Area Exploration

Circus Performers

Visitor – Islam

Parent – Africa

Parent-Chinese New Year

Visitor: Chinese New Year

Circus performers

Blackpool Circus Trip

Supermarket Visitor-

Healthy eating

NSPCC Visitor

Year 2

Oral Health visitor

Hindu leader Visitor

African Culture- Visitor

Make Fest (Science /DT) (Free visitor to school)

Visitor – Islam

Local Area Exploration

Visitor: Chinese New Year

Visitor: Diwali

Visitor- Women’s football

 

 

Visit – Bolton Islamic Society.

Theatre trip

Hindu temple

Manchester Science Museum (TBC)

NSPCC Visitor

Doctor to visit- Keeping healthy

 

Year 3

Theatre Trip

The Great Snail Trail at St James’ Church – Heritage Festival (September)

Visitor- Diwali

Hindu Values (Mr Kumar)

 

Jewish Synagogue

Parliament Education Outreach officer- Debating

 

 

 

 

The Lowry Art Gallery

North Imperial War Museum

NSPCC Visitor

 

 

 

Year 4

 

 

 

 

Bolton Museum – Egyptians

African Drumming –Musicians

Footballers- Numeracy through Football

 

Visit to St James’ Church

Easter Visit

Parliament Education Outreach officer- Democracy

 

Multi-Faith Trail

Eatock Lodge Visit

Exploration of habitats – Science Link

Roman Trip – Chester

NSPCC Visitor

 

Year 5

St James’ Church Heritage Festival workshop (September)

 

Victoria Halls

Christmas Concert

 

Visitor- Local Historian- Pretoria Pit and Mining History

 

Bible Explorer- Visitor

Old Testament

Smithills Hall – Victorian Trip

 

 

Summer musical show at WHS

NSPCC Visitor

MOSI- Space Exploration

 

Year 6St James’ Church Heritage Festival workshop (September)

 

Visitor- Diwali

Hindu Values (Mr Kumar)

 

 

 

The Globe Theatre London

 

St Bartholomew’s Church

Easter Eggstravagansa

 

Bible Explorer- Visitor

New Testament

Liverpool Slavery Museum

Eatock Lodge – End of SATS Celebration Trip

Rivington Pike – Local area exploration- River study

Parliament Education Outreach officer- Rule of Law

NSPCC Visitor

 

Whole School Themed Days and Weeks

  • Spanish Day
  • Shakespeare Week
  • Anti-bullying Week
  • Local History week
  • Class themed days linked to topics eg Stone Age, Rainforest, Victorians

Ongoing school specialist visitors ( 6 weeks blocks per class )

  • Yoga teacher
  • Various Sports specialists
  • Learning Outside the classroom ( every class timetabled all year )
  • Natural Trumpet- Tuition
  • Bolton Music Service – Brass instrument tuition – whole class

School Linking

E-twinning project with Spanish school

ERASMUS Project ( links with schools in Italy,Spain,Greece and Portugal ) Summer Term 2019 – 2 year project.