Everton Primary School

Everyone. Everyday. Everlasting.

January 2022

It has been an incredibly busy and testing start to the year trying to balance the new Omicron variant whilst trying to make school as normal as possible. The children have been brilliant in school and the parents and carers have been incredibly supportive, which has shown school staff that we really are part of an EVERTeam.


Our Class 3 children worked incredibly hard in the run up to Christmas and upon their return on their Christmas Performance – ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens. The performances were brilliant, the singing beautiful and costumes perfect. There was drama, emotion and humour all mixed into a festive spectacular, and we couldn’t be prouder of the children involved. Unfortunately, due to a number of covid cases within school, we had to stream the performance live via Zoom, but this showed the maturity and resilience of the children and again how supportive and understanding our parents have been over this tricky time. We have told the children that they will hopefully perform to an audience before the end of the academic year.


This term has also seen the start of our Choir Club run by Miss Spencer. It was wonderful to hear the songs sung so beautifully down our corridor. The children have specifically been focusing on songs from the musical ‘Oliver’.


Following on from our success at the Elizabethan Family of Schools Indoor Athletics Championships we were chosen to take part in the Bassetlaw Schools Final. Our children did us proud, finishing seventh out of the 25 schools that entered overall.


A reminder that we want you to be part of the EVERTeam, so if you feel that you could support the school in any way or that we could support the village, then please get in touch with us.


Best Wishes,

Andrew Green