Everton Primary School

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Cultural Capital Experiences 2022-23

Perlethorpe Outdoor Education Centre

Year 6 had an overnight stay at Perlethorpe Outdoor Education Centre where they took part in den building, team games and boat racing on the river.

Splat Circus Skills

Splat Circus Skills visited us in school to teach us some new circus skills and tricks. The children displayed resilience and enthusiasm when taking on the challenge of learning new skills.

Sing Out

The school choir performed in the 'Sing Out' concert at Doncaster Dome with many other schools from around Doncaster. The all had a fantastic time singing and dancing and they represented the school in an exemplary manner.

First Aid

Class 1’s PSHE lesson was themed on ‘basic first aid’ so we got an expert in. Mr Bawden teaches first aid alongside his job as a prison officer. The children had the opportunity to ask questions, explore a first aid kit and discuss playground scenarios. They realised that we’re all first aiders! 

World Book Day

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Phoebe and Izzy introducing Everton Primary School to World Book Day 2023 as Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. World Book Day is all about promoting reading for pleasure and offering every child and young person the opportunity to have a book of their own. Reading for pleasure is the single biggest indicator of a child’s future success - more than their family circumstances, their parents’ educational background or their income.

Nottinghamshire County Council Schools' Swimming Service Gala

World Thinking Day 2023

On Wednesday 22nd February, Girlguiding celebrated World Thinking Day. This is an important celebration within Girlguiding in which members explore international friendship and Girlguiding across the world. To mark the occasion we encouraged all members of Girlguiding (Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Leaders etc.) to wear their Girlguiding uniform to school. At Everton Primary School, we were very fortunate to have Miss Scott, Leader of the 1st Ranskill Brownies, to organise and take the lead on World Thinking Day.

West End in Schools - Bringing Books to Life

The ‘West End in Schools - Bringing Books to Life’ came into school to show us how to use our imagination in dance to depict the books that we read.
We loved being performers, using actions to perform the retelling of the story of ‘The Enormous Crocodile’.

Child Mental Health Week 2023

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As part of Child Mental Health Week, the children of Everton Primary School all took part in ‘Bubble Blowing’. The aim being that the children blew away their worries and negative feelings. We hope that the laughter and smiles show that it was a success 😊❤️
Thanks goes to local mental health charity ‘Help Me I’m fine’ for kindly donating the bubbles to us.

Internet Safety Day: 7th February 2023

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A video of our EYFS children on Internet Safety Day. They listened to a story about ‘Buddy and Internet Safety’ and learnt a song to remind them how to use the internet safely and asking a grown up before they download anything off the internet. 💻👾🎮

Class 2 at the Bassetlaw Museum studying the Romans

British Values: Class 3 and the School Council - Houses of Parliament and Imperial War Museum in London

Canal and River Trust - Water Safety

Classes 1, 2 and 3 taking part in wheelchair basketball.

Christmas at Everton Primary School 2022

Everton Primary Musical Spectacular

Thank you to everyone who attended to our ‘Musical Spectacular’ at the Village Hall. The School Choir and all of the musicians who performed were absolutely amazing. We are very proud of each and every one of them. Thank you to everyone - parents, carers and members of the public - who came to support.

Sports Hall Athletics Bassetlaw Final

After winning the Elizabethan Sports Hall Athletics competition, we represented the Elizabethan Family of Schools at the Bassetlaw Final finishing a very respectable fifth place.

The Coram Life and SCARF Team

The Coram Life and SCARF Team came into school to do a workshop. We thought about our feelings, parts of the body and what they do, how we feel after exercise, how we can make other people feel, healthy food and what to do to help someone feeling sad. It was a very informative and enjoyable day.

HEDS Front Cover Competition

Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal

Sports Hall Athletics Elizabethan Champions

Everton Primary School won the Elizabethan Sports Hall Athletics competition and will now represent the Elizabethan Family of Schools at the Bassetlaw Final.

Everton Primary School Football Team

The school football team modelling our brand new football kit, training tops and footballs, which have been kindly donated to us by Essenkay Solutions Ltd.


We have entered the Bassetlaw Football League for the first time this year and we have loved every match so far - win, lose or draw!

EYFS Wallpaper

Lilah, who attends our Nursery, has had her beautiful artwork made into wallpaper. After being kindly donated some rolls by Lilah’s family, the wallpaper was coloured in expertly by the rest of the children in our Nursery and Reception. They used coloured pencils and chunky paint pens donated to Lilah by Ryman and The Works for this project, and to keep for future ones too. 'Thank you' to Mr Taylor for doing the wallpapering for us. This has now created a fabulous new ‘feature wall’ in our Foundation Stage - designed and created by our Foundation Stage children.

Hagg Farm Residential

Class 3 (Year 5&6) went on a residential visit to Hagg Farm. They took part in canoeing, caving, nature walks, nightline and campfire activities.

John Millin

On Monday 7th November 2022, we were very fortunate to have John Millin in school for an extended assembly and to play the bagpipes as the children left school.

John Millin is the son of the late Bill Millin who fearlessly played his pipes while allied troops scrambled onto Sword Beach. Bill was a Canadian musician and was personal piper to Simon Fraser, 15th Lord Lovat (Commander of the British 1 special service brigade at D-Day). Bill was made more infamous by the war film ‘The Longest Day’.  

John works really hard to keep the memory of his late father alive. Sadly, Bill died before he could see the unveiling of his statue in Normandy but his son John and his grandson were invited to play. He has met many dignitaries and appeared on The One Show.

Plastic Pollution and Recycling Assembly by the School Council

This year our School Council want the school to focus on 'Plastic Pollution and Recycling', so after their litter pick, they created an assembly to share with the school on both of these topics - highlighting why they are so important not only around our village, but around the world.

Fire Safety

Today, we were visited by the Misterton Fire Service who spoke to us about fire safety in the lead up to bonfire night.

School Council Litter Pick - Rotakids and Plastic Clever Schools

As part of our association with Plastic Clever Schools and 'Rotakids' our School Council are wanting to inform the rest of school about the importance of recycling and not dropping litter - teaching the positive effects that both of these things will have on our local environment and beyond. Above are pictures of our School Council taking part in a local 'litter pick'.

Commonwealth Games 2022 - Whole School Visit

On Wednesday 3rd August 2022, using the Government's PE and Sport Grant, all our children at Everton Primary School were given the opportunity to attend the Commonwealth Games 2022 being held in Birmingham.