At Eastburn Junior and Infant School we are committed to ensuring that every single child has the opportunity to learn and to succeed. We want our children to be powerful learners who are able to contribute effectively to a changing and diverse society. We want our children to have high self-esteem, a sense of belonging, to feel safe and secure, to reach their full potential and enjoy their school life.
The staff and Governing Body at Eastburn know that these aims can only be achieved through a strong partnership with parents and the community. We welcome the involvement of all parents and families and look for your support in ensuring that the children have excellent attendance and show a positive attittude to learning. An open-door policy provides parents and carers with the chance to speak to members of staff whenever they feel it is appropriate.
Our children are our future. Every governor and member of staff is committed to providing the children at Eastburn with both the academic skills and the life skills they need to become successful adults. We are a caring and committed staff, who are continually striving to develop our professional knowledge and skills in order to provide a creative skills based curriculum for the children. A vital part of our curriculum is our emphasis on life skills; encouraging children to develop their personal and social skills as well as the ability to be creative, solve problems and use their initiative.
At Eastburn we treat every child as an individual and can assure you of our full and wholehearted commitment to your child’s education. Please take the time to view our website and do not hesitate to contact the school if you would like any further information.
Mr Bryan P. Harrison Mrs Jo Waterhouse Executive Headteacher Head of School