Industrial Action Day - thank you for supporting us on Wednesday 26
March.  We apologise for the inconvenience caused.

 

Headteacher's Update

Dear Parents, Carers and Community Partners

What a busy term !  Despite the challenges of the recent spell of poor weather, the wettest I can remember, we have continued to make progress; so my thanks to all who have been working with our children this term; you all deserve a well-earned break.  I am only sorry I do not have the space to detail all of the work you are doing but it is appreciated and valued by me.

Important Numbers and Emails

Switchboard
01344 304567 & option 3

Emailing school
info@epschool.org

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Term Dates

Spring Term 2014:
Monday 6 January 2014—Friday 4 April 2014
Half Term: 17 February 2014—21 February 2014

Summer Term 2014:
Tuesday 22 April 2014—Tuesday 22 July 2014
Half Term: 26 May 2014—30 May 2014

Autumn Term 2014:
Tuesday 2 September 2014—Friday 19 December 2014
Half Term:27 October 2014
31 October 2014

Spring Term 2015:
Monday 5 January—Thursday 2 April 2015
Half Term: 16 February 2015—20 February 2015

Summer Term 2015:
Monday 20 April 2015—Wednesday 22 July 2015
Half Term: 25 May 2015—29 May 2015


 

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SUSTRANS

 

Dr. Bike Day at Easthampstead Park Community School held Friday 28 March 2014

Upcoming Events

School Focus

Welcome back to the start of 2014 I hope you all managed to have some quality family time despite the challenges brought by the weather.  Over the Christmas break I reflected that as the Headteacher of EPCS I will have been in post for a year. It seemed appropriate to reflect on how the school has changed since I started and most importantly what we still need to work on to be judged as a good school. With this in mind I have started the term by talking to students, with the help of staff, in both Discovery and Destiny about where we are currently and how the school can improve further. We also discussed what an inspection would focus on if we were to be re-inspected.  I believe it was important to do this as there is still some confusion as to what evidence is used to form the judgements and students do ask me and staff from time to time. I have attached the PowerPoint used in the assembly for your information so you can see what was shared with students and staff.

Alternate Languages

If you wish to have any documents translated please ask your child to contact Mrs Ball in the Welfare Office.  Parents or carers can contact her directly on 01344 390822