Guide to Remote Learning
During the current lockdown, here is how to access our remote learning and the daily teaching You Tube videos - please watch!
Click here to go to the remote home learning.
Click here to go to the new help with remote learning page
Click here to go to the remote learning provision document which has been requested by the Department for Education.
We hope that the Eastfield community remain well. However, if your child has symptoms then please do arrange for your child to be tested. If the COVID19 test result is POSITIVE then please let school know immediately by texting: 07458 103112 0R 07458103113 OR email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please text your child’s name, the date that the symptom’s started, and the date of the positive test.
Eastfield is a 'Good School' - Ofsted February 2017
I am delighted to welcome you to the Eastfield Primary School website. I hope that you enjoy your visit and find the site useful.
Eastfield Primary School is a rapidly expanding school for children aged between 4-11years old, close to Wolverhampton City Centre in the East Park Ward.
Our most recent Ofsted Report said that ‘we have high expectations for our pupils…the school puts the needs of individual pupils at the heart of all we do…there is a strong moral commitment to ensuring that pupils achieve their potential…pupils are happy at school and enjoy their learning…pupils behave well and are well mannered…there is good quality teaching across the school…’ So, if you haven’t visited the school, why not contact us and either myself or a member of my Senior Leadership Team would be pleased to show you around our wonderful school.
I would like to warmly welcome you to our wonderful school. All of the staff and Governors are committed to working with the children, parents and community of Eastfield and we all truly believe in our core school values of: pride, care, respect, resilience, diversity and opportunity.
Mrs E Johnson
Chair of Governors
Wolverhampton Wanderers Players Visit Eastfield Primary School
Conor Coady and John Ruddy from Wolverhampton Wanderers surprised pupils when they walked into their Premier League Primary Stars PE lesson, joining Year 6 in a session as well as donating a Premier League Primary Stars equipment pack to the school.