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Eastbrook Primary Academy

Eastbrook Primary Academy

"Everyone matters and every day counts"
"An outstanding school" (Ofsted July 2015)

Latest News

The latest from Eastbrook Primary Academy
  • End of Year 2017/18


    The staff and governors of Eastbrook Primary Academy would like to wish all pupils, parents and carers a very enjoyable, restful and safe summer holiday. We look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday 4th September.

  • 2nd Place in Sussex!


    School hockey team comes 2nd place in final of Sussex schools hockey tournament.

  • Scholastic Book Sales


    Scholastic books will be available for sale along side ice creams and lollies this afternoon (Friday 15th June) outside 2NO.

  • Summer Fair and Fun Run


    Don't forget that tomorrow is Eastbrooks Summer Fair and Fun Run. This year we have a 1km and 3km run as well as stalls and games. The children have been busy making things to sell. The first run starts at 11 o'clock. We look forward to seeing you there.

  • Ice Cream Friday


    Come and buy an ice lolly or ice cream from Mrs Thompson and members of the PTA at the end of the day today. Frozen treats will be on sale from 3 o'clock outside Mr Owen's classroom. This will be a regular event up until the end of term (weather permitting).

  • Summer Fair 2018


    Eastbrook School PTA Summer Fair will be held on Saturday 16th June.

  • Fencing anyone?


    KS2 had the opportunity to try some fencing.

  • Summer Term


    Summer Term starts on Tuesday 17th April for all of our pupils.  We hope everyone has a lovely Easter Holiday.

     

  • Sport Relief Colour Run


    Eastbrook's first Colour Run for Sport Relief was great fun!

  • EYFS & KS1 Film Night


    Another successful PTA event was held  on Wednesday 21st March.  Children from EYFS and KS1 enjoyed a film viewed together with popcorn.

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