Earls Hall Primary School

Carlton Avenue, Westcliff on Sea, Essex. SS0 0QN

Telephone: 01702 333360

office@earlshallprimary.co.uk

It was a fabulous end to the last week of the half term! The morning saw the children come together in our two halls in order to take part in our weekly ‘Celebration Assemblies’ where individual children from each class were presented with ‘Earls Hall Stars’ certificates in recognition of their effort and achievement. Certificates […]

Fantastic Friday!

It was another busy start to the day at Earls Hall as the children in Year Two were joined by a host of parents, and other family members, who were all eager to find out more about how the children learn to develop their writing in school. the children in Owls, Foxes and Badgers shared […]

Stories & Salad!

It was a busy start to the morning at Earls Hall as the children in the Foundation Stage were joined by a host of parents and other family members who were all keen to find out we approach the teaching of writing in school. The children demonstrated how they write two and three letter words […]

Wind & Writing Workshop!

It was an exciting start to the last week of the half term this morning! the morning began with the children in Foundation Stage and KS1 being joined in the downstairs hall by proud parents and other family members as they gathered together in order to celebrate the effort and achievement of our latest ‘Reading […]

Rewarding Readers!

It was a fun day for sport at Earls Hall as Miss Childs accompanied a group of children from across Year Two to the Southend KS1 football tournament. It was a really fun morning which saw the children play three tournament games. The team played against Greenways then Bournemouth Park and finally Friars. The children drew […]

Fantastic Footballers!

It was an incredibly busy day again at Earls Hall today as the children across all the classes enjoyed taking part in our latest ‘Growth Mindset Day’. Today there was a focus on demonstrating one or more of our learning powers through a series of challenging activities. Children showed their ability to learn from their […]

Growth Mindset Day!

It was another great day at Earls Hall! The morning saw some children from Year Five create their own version of ‘Snakes & Ladders’. The children created the game from scratch, and tested it, before teaching some children from Foundation Stage how to play it. It was lovely to see the older boys teaching the […]

Health, Hope & Hockey!

It was a busy day for the animals in school today. In the morning Mrs Cox worked with groups of children in order to carry out some of the necessary tasks needed to undertake in order to keep the goats, ducks and chickens happy and healthy. The children, as always, threw themselves into their duties! […]

Animals & Attendance!

It was an awesome start to another week at Earls Hall! The morning began with the children in KS1 joining Mr B in assembly where they all enjoyed a singing session together. Mr B was joined on his guitar by a host of volunteers who helped lead the actions with great levels of enthusiasm as […]

Awesome Attendance!

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Welcome to the brand new ‘Earls Hall Primary School’ website. News stories will be uploaded every evening to give visitors an insight into what learning has been taking place across the school. The dinner menu will be updated every Sunday and the latest newsletter will be available to read every Friday. More information will be uploaded over time.

We hope you enjoy using our website. If you have any questions then do not hesitate to contact us at school!

 

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It was a fabulous end to the last week of the half term! The morning saw the children come together in our two halls in order to take part in our weekly 'Celebration Assemblies' where individual children from each class were presented with 'Earls Hall Stars' certificates in recognition of their effort and achievement. Certificates were also presented for 'Club 24' and 'Times Table Rock Stars' achievements and we also congratulated the children who represented the school at the recent KS1 Southend football tournament. Well done to all of the children who were celebrated this morning, we are proud of you! In the afternoon there was fun on the playground as the children in Sycamore took part in a series of team challenges as part of an growth mindset afternoon. The children had to complete the challenges by helping their friends and learning from their mistakes to try and get better at each task over time whilst showing resilience when it was tough to do so! Meanwhile, inside, there was lots of PE action. the children in Year Six enjoyed learning all about the game of squash whilst the children in Woodpeckers enjoyed develop their climbing and jumping skills on the large apparatus. At the end of the afternoon our 'Learning Ambassadors' met with the lovely Mrs Rick, our Business Manager, who for one week only heard all about the learning which has taken place across the school! Well done to all of this weeks ambassadors, we are proud of you! All stories feature in the news of the day which has now been uploaded to the website. I hope that you all have a smashing half term break. Thanks for being such an amazingly supportive community! Mr B 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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Do you have a creative and fun approach to teaching where nurturing the whole child is at the heart of your philosophy?

We are looking for an enthusiastic and energetic teacher who will join our vibrant school to make a positive difference to our children's lives and learning.

The post is a temporary one for a year, and full time, with the possibility that it may become permanent in the future. Applications from NQT’s and professionals in the first few years of their teaching journey are very welcome.

The successful candidate will:

Be firmly committed to providing an inclusive education for all children.
Have deep professional knowledge and understanding of how children learn and behave across the primary phase.
Be committed to the safeguarding and welfare of our children.
Have a creative and enthusiastic approach to teaching and have a strong commitment to outdoor learning.
Be committed to high achievement from pupils and indeed themselves.
Have excellent organisational and interpersonal skills.
Be eager to develop their own practice and try new teaching styles to support all children.
Enjoy taking an active role in the work and development of the school.

In return we can offer:

A caring ethos where everyone is valued and parents and Governors support us well.
Wonderful children who are well behaved and keen to learn.
Friendly colleagues who work collaboratively across the school.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This appointment will be subject to satisfactory references, medical clearance and an enhanced DBS Disclosure.

For further information and to request an application pack please contact the school office via email on office@earlshallprimary.co.uk . Visits to the school are actively encouraged!

Visit our website and see if you would like to join in the fun!

Closing Date: Thursday 12th March (Midday)
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Well that's another half term of fun at Earls Hall all done and dusted! The menu and diary for the week after the half term break have been uploaded to the website and emailed to all of our lovely parents. Don't forget that it is a non-pupil teacher training day on the Monday. Website news will follow later but, in the meantime, have a smashing evening everyone! Mr B 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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It was another busy start to the day at Earls Hall as the children in Year Two were joined by a host of parents, and other family members, who were all eager to find out more about how the children learn to develop their writing in school. the children in Owls, Foxes and Badgers shared the story writing process, starting with their stimulus, leading onto the planning through a story mountain before proudly reading their finished pieces! It was a case of proud faces all round as the parents saw how much the children's writing has progressed. Thanks to all of the parents who made it along, it was lovely to see you. Later in the day the children in Year One put their culinary skills to the test as they prepared their own healthy salads! The children were taught how to grate, cut and peel a range of vegetables before having a go at doing so independently. At the end of the day our PTA held their latest cake sale which also gave the children the opportunity to take part in a range of Valentines craft activities over in the Woodland Diner. The PTA had their fancy dress outfits on display all ready to hire for 'World Book day' in March. After school Miss Brooker and Mrs Linfield supported our Year 5 & 6 girls football team as they played a home match against the team from Our Lady of Lourdes. There was a great sense of team spirit despite the rainy conditions! Well done to all of our players, we are proud of you! All stories feature in the news of the day which has now been uploaded to the website. Have a smashing evening everyone! Mr B 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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Fantastic Friday!

It was a fabulous end to the last week of the half term! The morning saw the children come together in our two halls in order to take part in our weekly ‘Celebration Assemblies’ where individual children from each class were presented with ‘Earls Hall Stars’ certificates in recognition of their effort and achievement. Certificates […]

Read more
Stories & Salad!

It was another busy start to the day at Earls Hall as the children in Year Two were joined by a host of parents, and other family members, who were all eager to find out more about how the children learn to develop their writing in school. the children in Owls, Foxes and Badgers shared […]

Read more
Wind & Writing Workshop!

It was a busy start to the morning at Earls Hall as the children in the Foundation Stage were joined by a host of parents and other family members who were all keen to find out we approach the teaching of writing in school. The children demonstrated how they write two and three letter words […]

Read more
Rewarding Readers!

It was an exciting start to the last week of the half term this morning! the morning began with the children in Foundation Stage and KS1 being joined in the downstairs hall by proud parents and other family members as they gathered together in order to celebrate the effort and achievement of our latest ‘Reading […]

Read more
Fantastic Footballers!

It was a fun day for sport at Earls Hall as Miss Childs accompanied a group of children from across Year Two to the Southend KS1 football tournament. It was a really fun morning which saw the children play three tournament games. The team played against Greenways then Bournemouth Park and finally Friars. The children drew […]

Read more
Growth Mindset Day!

It was an incredibly busy day again at Earls Hall today as the children across all the classes enjoyed taking part in our latest ‘Growth Mindset Day’. Today there was a focus on demonstrating one or more of our learning powers through a series of challenging activities. Children showed their ability to learn from their […]

Read more
Health, Hope & Hockey!

It was another great day at Earls Hall! The morning saw some children from Year Five create their own version of ‘Snakes & Ladders’. The children created the game from scratch, and tested it, before teaching some children from Foundation Stage how to play it. It was lovely to see the older boys teaching the […]

Read more
Animals & Attendance!

It was a busy day for the animals in school today. In the morning Mrs Cox worked with groups of children in order to carry out some of the necessary tasks needed to undertake in order to keep the goats, ducks and chickens happy and healthy. The children, as always, threw themselves into their duties! […]

Read more