Maths Week Fun!

After a wide range of activities we all agree that Maths can be fun! Over the course of the week children made maths games, Top Trump Cards, giant 3D structures and even ate Numicon Biscuits! The children also went on number searches and followed Maths Treasure Trails around the town designed by Mrs Cass and the week culminated with a design a Maths Hat Competition. We all learnt that numbers and shapes are all around us and some parents and grandparents found Maths can be fun too!
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Lincolnshire Summer Games

The Lincolnshire School Games is a chance for all schools in Lincolnshire to build on their existing work and boost school sport by creating a year-round competition calendar for all students. We had two teams qualify for the Summer Event representing the Wolds Sports Partnership alongside Lacey Gardens at Grantham Meres Leisure Centre for hockey and ‘Inclusive Tri-Golf’. The children had a fantastic day with our hockey team winning the ‘Sporting Values’ plaque for the way they played the game and the golfers winning silver medals, for finishing second out of six teams, with Lacey Gardens coming top! Well done
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Down on the farm!

Down on the farm! Year 1 and Year 2 had a wonderful (if wet) time at Rushmoor Country Park learning all about our furry and feathered friends! The children loved feeding the lambs and goats, cuddling rabbits, stroking rats(!) and holding owls! Tortoises might not be quite as cuddly, but they are fascinating all the same! A great day out!
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Mud Day Fun!

Mud Day Fun! The children and staff in Foundation Stage had great fun exploring all things mud related as part of International Mud Day! No-one in the school was safe from a mud pack (including the Office!) as the outdoor area became a giant ‘Texture Kitchen.’ However, the ‘Mud Pudding’ tasted delicious!  
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‘Kwik Cricket’ Festival Fun!

Overcast skies and damp under foot conditions didn’t bode well for the annual Primary Schools Cricket Festival held at Louth Cricket Club at The Pavilion London Road. However, the weather couldn’t dampen the spirits of 200 primary age children from around the area. All our teams managed at least one victory, with our Under 10 side winning their group unbeaten only to lose to Greenwich House School in a repeat of last year’s final! Well played to all who took part with all the games played in an excellent spirit.
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Woodland Walk

Foundation Stage┬áhad lots of fun searching the school’s ‘Secret Garden’ for flowers and interesting plants! The children were very careful where they walked and recorded their findings in detail. A big THANK YOU to our Site Manager Mr Gaunt for creating an exciting path through the woodland (to the hidden pond!) for the children to follow.
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Wonderful Water Wall!

Wonderful Water Wall! The children had a great time exploring their new ‘Water Wall’ put together by Mr Fox and Mr Gaunt! With assorted tubes, piping and funnels, the children can learn all about plumbing and how water flows – including down sleeves! Even better, the children can unclip the pipework to construct their own water pathways. Splashing!
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‘Our Cathedral’

You know the end of the school year is approaching when Year 6 are attending special events or doing things for the final time. Here they are in Lincoln Cathedral, most for the first time, for the annual Church Schools’ Festival. Across six days, over 100 Church Schools and over 3000 Y6 children get together for workshops and worship in the magnificent surroundings of ‘Our Cathedral’. Each school proudly displayed their banner and all were presented with a candle to use during worship time back in school. A lovely way to bring all Y6s together.  
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Mud Kitchen Fun!

Mud Kitchen Fun! The children had a great time exploring their ‘new’ Mud or Texture Kitchen built by Mr Fox (with help from Mr Gaunt and the watching encouragement of the children!) It wasn’t long before we decided that we were creating the next generation of University Students. The sinks were full of unwashed items and the meals were all being made in the microwave! Good to see so many boys in the kitchen!
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