Since September links with our feeder schools have continued to strengthen with additional visits from all our feeder primary schools to Eastwood Comprehensive. The Science Faculty hosted a ‘Forensic Science...... More
Every Wednesday after school in M2, pupils from different year groups are coming along to Maths Clinic to receive extra help and support in their maths studies. It is proving to be very popular as the numbers...... More
Gloria de Piero, MP for Ashfield and Eastwood and Shadow Cabinet Minister for Women and Equalities visited school on Friday 7th March. Her visit marked International Women’s Day and focused on the issues...... More
The PE department have been busy raising money for Sports Relief. Throughout the week there were various events in which pupils and staff got involved in raise money for those less fortunate than themselves.... More
Eastwood Comprehensive Dance Company (ECDC) performed in two competitions this term. ‘The Great Big Dance Off’ and ‘Episodes’ were regional heats of national competitions and the students...... More
Our historians in Key Stage 3 have excelled themselves in producing creative homework based on the theme of “Horrible Histories”. Our Year 8 were tasked with making a project on the Princes in the...... More
Eastwood Comprehensive School students Rock n’ Rolled their way onto the stage in Grease this term. The fantastic production was staged on three nights and also in a matinee for our feeder schools.... More
Before Christmas Teeghan Chapman, Rhys Maddock, Cory Wrenn and Nicole Fretwell were given an exciting opportunity. They were invited to a workshop to design the new school rugby kit.... More
The Year 7 team played two matches on 19th March. The matches at Ilkeston Rugby Club saw the team loosing narrowly to Kirk Hallam but beating the Kimberley side.Stand out performances came from Jack Sanders,...... More
The Year 9 rugby team took the field (in their new kit) in a tournament at Ilkeston Rugby club. The team did the shirt proud by displaying great commitment, physicality, skill and teamwork throughout the games.... More
This is an exciting time at Eastwood Comprehensive School. As newly appointed Headteacher, I am looking forward to the opportunities that lay ahead. Having been Head of School at the Redhill Academy for the past 3 years I am keen to use my experience of leading an outstanding academy to ensure that Eastwood Comprehensive School goes from strength to strength.
I believe that your son / daughter has a right to come to a school that is ambitious for them and will strive to ensure that they achieve the very best that they can.
I feel that alongside a relentless focus on academic achievement, opportunities to engage in the wider aspects of school life through extracurricular activities offer the key to ensuring a broad and balanced education.
Stephanie Dyce Headteacher