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Attendance for week beginning 13th November 2017 was 96.3%. 1st  2DS = 99.3%   2nd 3CB = 98.6% Thank you for your kind donations today for Children in Need, we raised £394.49

House Points Autumn Term 2017


Each Friday the house which has collected the most team points is announced.
17.11.17 13.10.17   6.10.17
8.9.17 15.9.17 29.9.17 22.9.17

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School Diary

Embedded Calendar


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Digitull is a unique project offering every primary and secondary school pupils in Hull and East Yorkshire the opportunity to explore and express their love for their city and its culture through one simple to use website. Click here to look at DigitULL Explore where you can see what the whole city have been doing. Use your login details to access the Eastfield Primary School portal where you can see what our young people have been doing.

Your child can add their City of Culture experiences with their own logins.

Forgotten password? Sorry you cant click here, we aren't that good yet!!! Call into the school office and ask for a reminder.


School News Feed
  • General
    16 November 2017
    Relocation of the bike sheds
    Good afternoon Please see the attached letter regarding the relocation of the bike sheds. Thank you
  • Event
    14 November 2017
    Odd Socks Day
    Good afternoon Please see attached letter regarding Odd Socks Day. Thank you
  • General
    9 November 2017
    Good afternoon Please see attached letter. Thank you
  • Weather
    8 November 2017
    Outdoor PE Kit
    Good afternoon, Please can all children bring their outdoor PE kit to school, as the winter weather has arrived and children will be doing PE outside. Thank you
  • Event
    8 November 2017
    Children In Need Friday 17th November 2017
    Good morning Please see attached letter regarding Children In Need on Friday 17th November 2017. Thank you
  • Newsletter
    27 October 2017
    Parent Questionnaire Autumn 2017 Results
    Good afternoon, Please see the attached letter regarding the results from the questionnaires.
  • General
    27 September 2017
    Term Dates 2017-2018
    Good afternoon Please see attached term dates for 2017-2018 Thank you
  • General
    19 September 2017
    Dates for your diary 2017-2018
    Good afternoon Please see attached letter. Thank you

SIMS Agora

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SIMS Agora gives you a more convenient, secure and flexible way to make payments to school online. By making cashless payments you know that your money has reached the school safely.

Please ask at the school office to find out how to register. Click on the image above to enter the website.



Bug Club

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Bug Club is a powerful whole school reading programme that is proven to raise attainment in reading and spelling. It brilliantly combines stunning books and an incredible online reading world, filled to the brim with kid-favourite characters, to hook children into a lifelong love of books and develop confident young readers. Click on the image above to login.


‘A day in the life of Eastfield Primary School’

Everybody wants their children to have the best start in life

At Eastfield school we offer boys and girls an excellent education in all their core subjects, but with a creative flair that children and parents love!!

Eastfield is a large school that is happy and stimulating with a great deal to offer. The school is made up of pupils, parents, staff (teaching and non-teaching), governors and volunteer helpers.

Every member of the school community feels valued, needed and of equal importance and we all work together on shared aims.

The aims of the school are best summarised as seeking the complete development of the individual child in a calm, caring and friendly environment. High standards of behaviour are encouraged with an accent on good manners, politeness and self-responsibility.

Eastfield is a well-run school that serves the needs of children in the community and is receptive to changing priorities.

Our school is the first and vital stage in the formal education of your child. We believe that parents, teachers and governors should be partners in this task and we invite you to share our aims and hopes by giving us your support.

The school is strongly committed to a partnership with parents and the extended community. Such a partnership can only enhance the quality of education provided by the school. 

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Hull School Centred Initial Teacher training (SCITT) works in collaboration with Hull Collaborative Teaching school (HCTS) the first Teaching School alliance in Hull. HCTS supports teachers throughout their career and this begins with identifying you, as our next generation of outstanding teachers and future leaders. 

Within our school we are proud to provide SCITT training. Trainee teachers get the very best experience working alongside and being supported by a wide range of our experienced teachers.

Click on the logo below to find out more.


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