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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Disability Sport Awareness Day

Disability Sport Awareness Day Year 5 had the wonderful opportunity to try out a range of disability sports at the Meridian Centre whilst meeting local coaches and participants. The children have previously played the disability sports of Boccia, Goalball and New Age Curling at school, but they were able to try Wheelchair Basketball, Walking/Blind Football, Archery and Table Cricket at this event especially laid on to raise awareness of disability in Louth. The children had a fantastic time with our good friend Scott (known as ‘Wheels’ to all) who has cerebral palsy, but still enjoys cricket and wheelchair basketball. ‘Wheels’
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So Close at County Finals!

So Close at County Finals! Three victories and two narrow defeats left our Year 6 High 5 Netball Team with a so near, but so far feeling in finishing a highly creditable 7th out of 16 qualifying teams at the Lincolnshire Schools in Grantham. Victory in the first two games against Bourne and Kirton were followed by narrow defeats by the larger schools of Horncastle and William Alvey. A final game win over St Hugh’s of Woodhall Spa meant a successful end to a good day. Well done Y6! We are proud of you all!
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St. Michael’s Lets Talent Shine!

St. Michael’s Lets Talent Shine! We had a super night at school for our ‘Let It Shine’ Talent Variety Show! We had marvellous performances by the children with singing, dancing, instrumentalists and even comedy (and then there was the Staff act..!) Well done to Eloise & Martha, ‘The Matilda Twins’, who won on the night and a big thank you to everyone who auditioned and helped out – lots of fun and we raised £330 for the School Fund too! As for the Staff, ‘Grease is the Word!’
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Don’t forget Mothering Sunday!

Don’t forget Mothering Sunday! Children in Foundation Stage were ready with fantastic portraits of their mums as they welcomed them into school for an early Mother’s Day Tea Party! Alongside the fabulous paintings, the children sang songs and shared home-made cakes, made especially for the occasion!
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Caring & Sharing

Caring & Sharing Did you know the motto of the school Prince George will be attending in the autumn is ‘Be Kind’? During our Easter Egg Hunt we were delighted to spot one of our youngest children being just that! Young Harland had managed to find lots of eggs all by himself, but noticed Harry had none. Without thinking or being asked, Harland walked over to Harry and gave the eggs he had found to him! Well done Harland – we are proud of you! Enjoy your big ‘Golden Egg’!
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TAG Rugby Fair Play!

TAG Rugby Fair Play! Our Year 5 TAG Rugby teams had ‘fun in the spring sun’ at the local schools tournament at London Road. Nursing injuries, and with no substitutes, they played on under strength and ‘ran their socks off’ against largely Y6 opposition. Perhaps unsurprisingly, they had limited success, but the organisers awarded them the ‘Best Sporting Team’ trophy for not giving up! Well done – proud of you all!
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