This page will be updated at the beginning of each week to keep you informed of important events happening in school. You can also find a list of dates in our School Calendar, available through the Useful Information section.
This Week's News
Week commencing Monday 17th July
Reception class assembly
Our Reception class will be performing their assembly on Wednesday morning at 9.05am. Parents & carers of the Reception children are invited to join us as we find out what the children have been learning about during their first year at school.
Year 6 Leavers' Service
At the opposite end of school, our Year 6 Leavers' Service will take place at St Luke's Church on Wednesday afternoon at 2.15pm. Parents & carers are invited to attend the service. We wish all our Leavers the very best of luck in their secondary schools.
End of term
We break up for the Summer holidays at the end of the day this Thursday, 20th July. We hope you all have a wonderful break and we look forward to welcoming you back on Tuesday 5th September.
Fabulous Ofsted outcome
We are delighted with the results of our recent Ofsted monitoring visit. The inspector has described our school not only as a good school, but an improving school, in which parents have great confidence and where pupils thrive. You can download the full report below.
School judged Oustanding by SIAMS
East Morton CE Primary School received its SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) on Friday 10th February. The inspector, Mr Nigel Castledine, spent a whole day in school and during his visit, he met with a number of children, observed lessons, met with staff, met with representatives of the governing body, observed Collective Worship, met with parents and finally met with Reverend Mike Cansdale and John Froud.
As you will see from the report (below), the school was graded as good at its last inspection in 2012 and we are delighted that Mr Castledine judged our school to be outstanding upon the completion of his recent visit. He was particularly impressed with our school’s ‘broad, balanced and creative curriculum’, which he felt provides ‘time for reflection, awe and wonder, and the development of pupils’ higher order thinking skills in spiritual experiences that challenge and inspire’.