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Remembrance 11th November 2020

Our Remembrance events this year were very different to our usual format but we were determined to honour all those who have given so much to protect our freedom. Each bubble went out at a specific time with the Reverend Lee Gabel and our Bishops Visitor, Mrs. Stothard, leading socially distanced services, on the front lawn of the school.


Speed Bounce Event

Over a two week period (21st September to the 2nd October), the KS1 and KS2 children took part in a virtual speed bounce competition, organised by the Get Ahead Partnership. All of the children had great fun and practiced very hard to improve their speed bounce scores, something they all managed to achieve. The scores from ALL the participating North Lincolnshire Primary Schools where

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A Fond Farewell & A Warm Welcome

It’s always sad to say goodbye to children when they leave our school and this year, as well as our year 6 children we are also saying bon voyage to Bella, Julian and Lucia. Sad though it is for us to see them leave, we are also incredibly excited for them because they are about to embark on a wonderful adventure, that will not

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A Lovely New Space: Outdoor Classroom

Some cheerful news in amongst all the current uncertainty. On Sunday (15th), a set of parents and two grandpa’s set about the task of clearing what was the old herb garden, ready for the installation of a lovely outdoor classroom space. With the help of a mechanical digger to loosen the compacted soil, the dirt was moved by wheelbarrow to another corner of that

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Spring Term Class Displays

We’ve had a very busy term so far and the display boards around the school are filled with reminders of the topics, trips and events that we have covered over that last few months. On one of their walls, Foundation have a lovely display of fruit they have painted, with some of the words they have been learning to describe them with and by

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Open The Book: The Boy in the Temple

One of our guest faith leaders is a lovely group of people, known collectively as ‘Open The Book’. Each visit takes the form of a short enactment of a story from the bible and their worships are always thoroughly enjoyed by the children, some of whom are usually recruited to play specific roles within the story. This week the children were delighted to see

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Year 5/6 Basketball

Year 5-6 P.E. Yr5-6 has been playing basketball in P.E. and have been learning many skills including: passing, shooting, dribbling and getting into a good space. Passing: There are many types of passes: chest past, javelin pass and bounce pass. Shooting: You can shoot from many angles as long as you don’t put the ball out of the court, you can do a layup

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Rain DIDN’T stop play

We run a number of Clubs for the children in our school and one of our more popular ones is football club which is run over a lunchtime, by Mr Marsh. This club is well attended by children from year 2 all the way up to year 6 and it would seem that not even the weather is going to stop these enthusiastic sports

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KS2 Maths Quiz 2019

On Tuesday 26th November, eight of our key stage 2 students made the short journey to The Vale Academy in Brigg, to take part in what has become an annual inter-school maths quiz competition. There were two teams of four per school, made up of two children from each year group, with year 5 and 6 students working together in one team and year

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8th Annual Conker Tournament 2019

Every year for the 8th year in a row now, we have a conker tournament. Our teachers arrange us in pairs to play against. One of our amazing helpers, Mr Ward, drills a hole in the conker, then threads a string through it.  The children help by bringing conkers in that we have found on the ground. The Year 6’s do the scoring and

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