CONTENTS: Welcome – Headteacher’s Letters – Newsletters – Term dates – Admissions – Attendance & Absence – Free School Meals – School Menu – ParentPay – Friends of Eastbook – Parent View – Safeguarding – Kittle Photographic
It is a great privilege for me to be the Head of Eastbrook Primary. We are a happy team of people with excellent relationships with our pupils and families.We believe in putting the children at the very heart of what we do here and we strive to develop all aspects of every pupil as they move through the school, allowing them to become confident and independent learners.
We are a very welcoming school; keen to celebrate success and inviting families in to join us for assemblies and special events. We aim for all our pupils to leave us with lasting memories, wonderful friendships and equipped with essential skills to continue to be successful throughout life. Evan Hollows – Primary Head
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All students at Eastbrook School should be aiming for at least 95% attendance.
If your child is absent from school you can email or phone in to provide the reason. Alternatively you should write a note in their planner or a letter of explanation.
Phone number: 0203 780 3609 | Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is your child entitled to Free School Meals?
A number of families do not realise that they are entitled to claim free school meals for their child(ren). If you are receiving the following benefits you WILL be eligible to make a claim: Child Benefit (proof: child benefit letter or recent bank statement). Plus one of the following: Income support, Income based job seekers allowance, Child Tax Credit or Guaranteed part of Pension Credit
If you think you are entitled, ask for a form at the school or visit your local One Stop Shop at Barking Learning Centre or Dagenham Library. Visit the Borough website for more information.
At Eastbrook parents are able to use a secure website called ParentPay to make payments to school online using your credit or debit card. ParentPay is easy-to-use and will offer you the freedom to make online payments whenever and wherever you like, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – safe in the knowledge that the technology used is of the highest internet security available and that funds will reach school safely.
At Eastbrook Pimary we believe that the best way to ensure that pupils do well in English is to ensure that they become life-long engaged readers.
Children and staff at Eastbrook are enthusiastic readers and we endeavour to foster a love and passion for reading in our children from the outset. To this end, we focus throughout the year on encouraging and developing a passion for reading. We also ensure that teachers make regular recommendations to pupils to encourage reading for pleasure. Pupils also have a chance to talk to their teachers weekly about their reading habits. READ MORE
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‘Friends of Eastbrook’ is a group of teachers, governors and parent/carers who meet regularly to plan and develop a wide range of activities to promote and celebrate the role of Eastbrook School in the local community. We welcome new members. Please contact N.Nicholas the Chair of the Friends of Eastbrook by ringing the school office or emailing NicholasN@eastbrookschool.org.uk
Leave feedback about Eastbrook School on Ofsted’s Parent View Website .
To read more information and see statistics from Eastbrook’s surveys, click here .
Eastbrook School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our students and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.This means that we have a comprehensive Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and strong procedures in place which we refer to in our prospectus and here on our web site. All staff (including supply staff, volunteers and governors) ensure that they are aware of these procedures.Parents and carers are encouraged to read the Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy which can be found alongside all school policies here.
We are committed to working in partnership and share relevant information with other agencies when there are concerns about a child’s welfare. We will ensure that our concerns about our students are discussed with parents/carers first unless we have reason to believe that such a move would be contrary to their welfare.
Our Designated Safeguarding Officer is Cherelle Hinds, who works closely with the Headteacher, Paul Frith and the Designated Governor for Safeguarding, Gill Ellis.
Please use the Kittle Photographic website to order photos of your child.