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Children in Need fundraiser

We would like to say a very BIG thank you to all our students, parents, carers and staff. Thanks to your generosity we have, so far, raised an amazing £761 for Children in Need. Your support is really appreciated.

A special thank you to Miss Linge and the members of Student Voice for organising the event and the raffle.

Pudsey Bear Raffle

As part of our fundraising activities for ‘BBC Children in Need’ we are raffling 2 Pudsey Bears, one each for EYFS/KS1 and KS2!

The Special Pudsey Raffle Tickets are on sale at

£1 for a strip of 5 raffle tickets.

If you would like to take part in the raffle, please send your child to school with their money by Friday 17th November – there is no limit on the number of tickets they can buy.

The raffle tickets will be sold during school time by members of Student Voice.

The raffle will be drawn on Friday 17th November as part of ‘Spotacular Children in Need Day’ when the children have been invited to wear spots in exchange for a £1 donation to Children in Need.

Eltham Church of England School ~ Student Voice

Children In Need Appeal

Friday 17 November 2017, is the annual Children In Need Appeal day ~ so it will be an Own Clothes Day at Eltham CE School as we try to raise money to help make a real difference to the lives of children across the UK.

The theme is “The Big Spotacular” so children can wear ‘spots’ to school: tops, tights, socks or Pudsey ears etc.

Please can your child bring a donation for the charity (suggested donation: £1 – more if possible). All children who donate will be entered into a draw to win a GIANT SIGNATURE PUDSEY BEAR!

Raffle tickets will be on sale from Monday – £1 per strip, you can buy as many as you like; there will be two draws: one for our Nursery | Reception & KS1 pupils and another for KS2. We hope you’ll be able to contribute to and enjoy this worthy cause, thank you.


Pupils at Eltham Church of England Primary in Royal Greenwich have successfully helped to list their local war memorial.

Please read the press release here.

Green for Grenfell

Schools are coming together in support of the victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, with a Green for Grenfell dress-code on Friday 23 June.

We want to support this fund raising effort, so our children can come to school wearing something green on Friday – we are asking for children to bring in a ‘financial’ donation of their choosing. 

Maths Week ~ 22nd to 26th May 2017

Monday:          Puzzle Company’s shop opens in the school Hall ~ 3:30pm

Tuesday:         Parents Calculation Workshop in all classes ~ 3:45 to 4:15pm

Wednesday:   An Introduction to Mathletics for Parents in the school Hall ~ 3:00pm

Thursday:       Year 6 will be holding a Maths Fair! Children can bring £2 to play

Friday:            Maths Costume Competition ~ £1 to enter

Maths week Poster

Easter Themed R.E. Art Exhibition

Thank you to everyone for attending the R.E. art exhibition last Friday afternoon, we were really pleased with the turn out.

We raised an amazing £276, thank you for your continued support.

The Worship Committee are deciding how to spend the money and will keep you updated.

Demelza Christmas Carolathon

Demelza Hosice Care for Children would like to thank the families who attended the Christmas Carolathon.

They raised £842.42 from collecting whilst singing your favourite Christmas Carols.

Thank you for your continued support.

Easter Themed R.E. Art Exhibition

Our school Worship Committee (a pupil committee formed by representatives from each year group) have organised an Easter themed R.E. Art Exhibition which will be held in the school hall on Friday 28 April 2017, from 3pm – 4pm. Everyone is invited to attend.

Parents / carers are invited to take home their child’s work – the children have asked for a donation in exchange and they, the committee, will decide how any money raised will be allocated.

Thank you for your support.

Art Exhibition pictures

Drumming workshop

Thomas Tallis school invited a group of Year 4 pupils to a Samba Drumming Workshop. The children were selected from Gregory and Nesbit based on their attitude and achievement in their music lessons. The children had a great time learning new rhythms and the teacher even tried to catch them out with tricky music patterns but our Year 4s were just too good.


Drumming workshop