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  • A Whoopsy Whiffling Way to Celebrate Roald Dahl Day!

    Published on Tuesday 22nd September 2020

    On Monday 14th September, the chidlers of Bourne Elsea Park C of E Primary Academy and Bourne Abbey Primary Academy, had the most glorious phizzwizard of a day celebrating the truly remarkable life and times of Roald Dahl.

    The chidlers were complete chatbags as they made their ways to their classrooms; desperate to find out what the day ahead had in store. And they were not disappointed by the rumpledumpus that awaited them.

    Thanks to the wonder of modern technology, teachers were able to share their favourite Roald Dahl snippets with children in multiple bubbles and the children loved joining in with the truly Revolting Rhymes and almost unpronounceable The BFG.

    Then, teachers laid on various activities for the children to dive into, including; mixing their very own marvellous medicines, hunting for Roald’s gobblefunked words and creating their very own Roald Dahl inspired characters for a number of his stories.

    As an extra challenge, the children from Bourne Elsea Park Primary Academy spent time celebrating and admiring their latest mural, painted by the fantastic Christopher Green. But this was no time to relax as the competition was on! How many characters and stories could they spot hidden within the magical mural? Well, we’re still not 100% sure of the answer as we keep discovering more!

    To end the day, the teachers took part in a Roald Dahl themed story time, where they shared a snippet from another of their Roald Dahl favourites. I think it’s fair to say, the children were truly inspired by Roald Dahl’s incredible imagination, and while discussing our Christian Values of Creation and Creativity, Theo and Amari of Bourne Elsea Park Primary Academy were heard squealing, “I have been so inspired by Roald Dahl today, I’m going to go home and write a story in the sunshine!”

    What a truly wondiferous way to end the day!

  • Collective Worship - You Are Special

    Published on Sunday 6th September 2020
    Collective Worship 03.09.2020
  • Bourne Baptist Church - Escape Room

    Published on Monday 20th July 2020

    Bourne Baptist Church are hosting a 'Virtual' Escape Room experience. See the poster below:  

  • Collective Worship with Mrs Simpson

    Published on Wednesday 24th June 2020

    Good Morning everyone, Mrs Simpson has a new collective worship this morning to share with you all - the video is on our Christian Value of Thankfulness.  Please click the link below to access the video.

     

  • Collective Worship At Home!

    Published on Wednesday 17th June 2020

    Wow!! Ethan and Emilie absolutely made Mrs Moore's day with their amazing Collective Worship pictures which they very kindly sent through to the school.  It is so wonderful that they felt inspired to create their own Collective Worship and even made sure that their teddies sat and listened intently throughout!  Well done you two and keep an eye out for further Collective Worships being posted on the school website and Facebook pages in the coming days.

  • First News - Issue 730

    Published on Friday 12th June 2020

    We're sure the children have been missing their weekly copy of First News so we've decided to share the electronic version with you all!  Please click the link below to access the latest version of the news.

     

    First News - Issue 730

  • #WakeUpWednesday

    Published on Thursday 14th May 2020

    Read the weekly National Online Safety's safety tips for parents/carers. This week the guide focuses on Playstation 4. 

  • #WakeUpWednesday

    Published on Thursday 7th May 2020

    Read the weekly National Online Safety's safety tips for parents/carers. This week the guide focuses on Online Grooming. 

  • #WakeUpWednesday

    Published on Wednesday 29th April 2020

    Read the weekly National Online Safety's safety tips for parents/carers. This week the guide focuses on Google Stadia. 

  • #WakeUpWednesday

    Published on Thursday 23rd April 2020

    Read the weekly National Online Safety's safety tips for parents/carers. This week the guide focuses on Netflix. 

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