Monthly Archives: July 2019

Williams Den

Due to the generosity of our amazing PTFA, at 9:15 a.m. on Thursday the 18th July, the whole school, including Spencer Bear, boarded two coaches and headed to Williams Den at North Cave. The PTFA had agreed to pay for the coaches and the entry fee for very child and our local Tesco store had donated a sport sized bottle of water for everybody

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Summer Play 2019: Aladdin Trouble

When Mrs Storey was asked to purchase the license to allow the children to perform “Aladdin Trouble”, little did she know that, for a short while at least, Kirmington St Helena’s would be transformed into a mini Hollywood, with script writers, a director, actors and cries of lights, camera, action …… well okay maybe not quite that far ….. but there were lights. The

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Ambulance visit

There was great excitment amongst the children on Thursday, when an ambulance pulled into the school playground. Thankfully this was not in response to a call for help but was a planned visit, organised by a parent. KS1 were first to go and have a look, taking it in turns to climb in and out of the back and Mrs Hogan made an excellent

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Humber Games 2019

On Friday 12th July we took eight children to take part in the Humber games tennis finals at Hymers college in Hull. Our year 3/4 team performed fantastically well throughout the day before narrowly losing in the 3rd place play off. Overall our children ended up finishing 4th out of 12 teams making them the top team from the North Lincs area. Our year

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Our New Playground Markings

On 10th July 2019, a team from Project Playgrounds came to our school after the children had gone home and spent three hours applying new markings to the playground surface. So when the children returned to school the next morning they were surprised and delighted to find their plain tarmac play surface, transformed into this colourful and exciting one:

Year 6 Surprise Trip

On Monday 8th July 2019, our Year 6 children were taken on a surprise trip to Humberside Airport where they were taken on a tour of the Humberside Search and Rescue base. The trip had been organised by the parents of one of the children, as part of their Leavers celebrations and treats, and with all involved taking great care not to let the

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