Monthly Archives April 2017

Bee Keeping!

Foundation Stage had a visit from a real ‘Bee Keeper’, Mr George Butler, and got to learn all about how important bees are, why we need them and how to look after them. The children were really buzzing after the visit!
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Our Bee Promises: Bee Good & Bee a Winner!

Our Bee Promises: Bee Good & Bee a Winner! We have now ‘beegun’ our ‘Bee Promises’ whereby we encourage our children to: Bee Caring, Bee Respectful, Bee Proud, Bee Safe & Bee Our Best! Simply, we want our school to ‘bee’ full of people, both adults and children, who are polite; say please & thank you and hold the door open for each other; care for others and for the environment; make us proud and to generally try to ‘bee’ the best they can bee! Children setting a good example may receive a ‘Bee Token’ to place in our very
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Louth St Barnabas Hospice Artwork

Louth St Barnabas Hospice Artwork Since the opening of the Louth Hospice, we have regularly supplied ‘seasonal’ artwork to, hopefully, bring a smile to the faces of those who take advantage of this wonderful facility. Pictured are some of the children whose ‘Spring Art’ was chosen and attended the unveiling of this term’s work up at the Hospice. A big thank you to Mrs G Pyatt for continuing to arrange this community event for us and the parents who enabled the children to attend.
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Curly Wurly!

Curly Wurly! A group of children from Y3/4 had the opportunity to try the paralympic sport of New Age Curling at Cordeaux Academy competing against other local schools. The children had a great time, behaved impeccably and finished third! Well done all!
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