Monthly Archives May 2017

Cathedral Festival

Year 6, alongside hundreds of other Y6 children, attended the annual Church Schools’ Festival held at the beautiful Lincoln Cathedral. The Festival is designed as a culmination for those children who have ‘grown up’ at a church school and are about to move onto secondary education. Our children had the chance to tour the Cathedral and join in workshop activities before concluding with a shared act of worship. Each school paraded their school’s banner and received a memorial candle to bring home. We hope the children will long remember the day as just part of their final year’s celebrations with
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BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: EVIL PEA ARRESTED!

BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: EVIL PEA ARRESTED! Following an extensive investigation with help of the local constabulary, the children thought we should forgive the Evil Pea & they helped rescue ‘Supertato’ and the other vegetables. They decided that everyone makes mistakes and we should learn from them. Evil Pea has now been renamed Lovely Pea. It’s a good job we are a forgiving school! Confused? Read the book!
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“Bloom where you are planted.”

“Here’s to the nights that turned into morning with the friends that turned into family.” Just had to share this – how amazing are our children! Following a fairly stressful week of KS2 SATs, a group of Year 6s presented Mr Fox with a giant seasons picture (made up of 12 A3 sheets!) they had created in their ‘golden time’ and spare moments. Each quarter shows a season, but also contains a message as you rotate the picture around. Spring: “Bloom where you are planted.” Summer: “Here’s to the nights that turned into morning with the friends that turned into
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Tried hard @ Tri-Golf!

Tried hard @ Tri-Golf! Some of our Year 4 children had the opportunity to take part in a Tri-Golf competition for local primary schools held at London Road. The wet and windy conditions made hitting the ball in a straight line pretty tricky, but one of our teams put in a great performance to finish runners-up, only narrowly missing out on winning. Well done everyone – Fore!
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Whatever Next!

Whatever Next! Foundation Stage were excited about building their cardboard box rockets for their journey to the moon, just like Baby Bear in his colander space helmet, but were disappointed that their rockets failed to take off! The children decided that the reason was probably because, unlike Baby Bear, they didn’t have a chimney or it was the lack of orange gas! It is amazing how many children you can fit in a box – and still leave room for a friendly owl! Puzzled? Read the book!
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Saxon Lincoln

Saxon Lincoln Year 3 and Year 4 had a great day out at the Collection in Lincoln learning all things Saxon as part of their history topic. The children had the opportunity to make shields and bead necklaces, try spinning and an archaeological dig, dress up in costume and conduct an autopsy – that’s not something you do every day! A great place for a day out and a fun time had by all.
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