Posts by PaulFox

Lion King Roaring Success!

Lion King Roaring Success! ‘Awesome’, ‘Amazing’, ‘So Proud’ – just some of the words used by parents to describe the Year 5/6 end of term production of the Lion King. Superb performances from; proud lions, mischievous hyenas, a put-upon hornbill, joking meerkat, lovable warthog and cheeky baboons all splendidly supported by stampeding elephants, zebras, giraffes, gazelles, cheetahs and all held together with clear narration and passionate singing. A big thank you to all staff supporting the children with their acting, singing, choreography and for the magnificent costumes. Could we put on a full concert in a few weeks? Hakuna Matata!
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Awe & Wonder

Awe & Wonder Year 1 and Year 2 had a wonderful time visiting Woodside Wildlife and Falconry Park with the opportunity to see and touch both exotic and more common creatures! The children (and animals) all behaved brilliantly and there were lots of happy (and nervous) smiles on faces!
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“76 trombones led the big parade!”

“76 trombones led the big parade!” (Well perhaps not quite that many!) We had a real treat in school when King Edward VI Grammar School brought some of their musicians along to lead workshops for Y5/6 and then perform in front of the school. The children enjoyed singing and playing a range of percussion instruments, but the highlight was probably the chance to play a plastic trombone! “And they oompahed up and down the square” (or Hall in our case!)
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MUD DAY 2017!

MUD DAY! Foundation Stage are often found both outside and inside up to their elbows in something gooey or messy, but today is Mud Day so the fun goes right up to their eyebrows! No one is safe from a mud brush or face pack and Mud Pudding is on the menu! What a start to the day!
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Hospice Art

Hospice Art Here are some of our artists with their summer paintings now proudly displayed at Louth St. Barnabas Hospice. The children and their families were invited by Hospice staff to view their pictures during a special open session at which parents also had the opportunity to view the grounds and facilities there. The staff were delighted with the artwork on display and are sure the pictures will brighten the day of those who use the Hospice. Thank you to all the children who did a painting. If anyone wishes to view the art at the Hospice it is open
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National Finalists!

National Finalists! A massive WELL DONE to our swimmers who took part in the English Schools Swimming Association (ESSA) National Finals at the Olympic sized Ponds Forge Pool in Sheffield. Although they missed out on a top 20 finish, the young team put in a 2 second PB and couldn’t have tried harder. Proud of you all!  
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Deep Sea Explorers!

Deep Sea Explorers! Foundation Stage went on their very first school coach trip visiting Skegness Aquarium. The children had a fantastic time finding Nemo and his friends and they especially loved seeing the divers feeding the fish! A great time was had by all and most of the children, tired about by the excitement of the day, fell asleep on the way home – bless them!
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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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