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School disco

The children had great fun at the school disco last week. Thank you to everyone that was involved.


Fun in the snow


The children (and staff) have been having lots of fun in the snow during playtime today




Bring your favourite book characters to life and fundraise at the same time!

We will be holding a competition for the best costumes and children can win a £5 voucher to spend at the Book Fair (see below for details).

A winner will be chosen from EYFS, Year 1 and 2, Year 3 and 4 and Year 5 and 6. There will also be a prize for the best teacher costume, which children will be able to vote for.
Donate a pound for dressing up as your favourite book character on World Book Day. All monies raised will go towards increasing class libraries.
Children will also receive a £1 World Book Day book token which can be exchanged for one of the TEN (exclusive, new and completely FREE) World Book Day books.

Or, if you’d prefer, you can use your book token to get £1 off any full price book instead. Please go to for more information on World Book Day

Intra-School Basketball Tournament

The Basketball Squad took part in an intra tournament on Thursday 14th December. Each squad team played each other with 3 points awarded for a win, 2 points for a draw and 1 point for a loss. JJ and Mrs Judd supervised the tournament and offered advice and support during and between the matches. They also picked a player that stood out in each match – the stand out players of the afternoon were Ivaila, Danyel, Callum, Sam, Georgie and AJ.

In joint third place were Teams C and D, in second place was Team A and with three wins out of three the winners of the Intra Tournament was Team B.


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.

Time Capsule

In the spirit of leaving a legacy for the future pupils at Eltham Church of England Primary School, we made a time capsule and filled it with objects that symbolise what life is like for our children in 2016.  The time capsule was sealed and laid into the wall of our new school hall in a special assembly by Mr Bulpitt.