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  • Academy Update...

    Published on Thursday 4th September 2014

    Today was an historic day in the life of the new school and saw the first intake of pupils into Reception and KS1.

  • First Day at New School!

    Published on Thursday 4th September 2014

    The first day of school is always special and today was very exciting for the pupils starting at Bourne Elsea Park C of E Academy!

  • Teaching Staff Appointed

    Published on Friday 18th July 2014

    The teaching staff have been appointed and are very much looking forward to September and their new classes.

  • Building Update - July

    Published on Thursday 17th July 2014

    Building work is now at a great pace to install fixtures and fittings....

  • Bishop of Lincoln Visit

    Published on Monday 14th July 2014

    On Friday 27th June we were honoured to be visited at the new school at Elsea Park by The Bishop of Lincoln, The Right Reverend Christopher Lowson, and his chaplain, Revd Sal McDougall.

  • Parents Visit New School

    Published on Wednesday 18th June 2014

    We were delighted to welcome parents/carers of the children due to start in the very first Reception class.

  • Special Announcement

    Published on Saturday 14th June 2014

    Mrs Cherry Edwards, Executive Headteacher, awarded the OBE

  • Building Update - May

    Published on Tuesday 20th May 2014
    The month of May sees the start of cladding and plastering...
  • Elsea Park Update

    Published on Friday 2nd May 2014

    There have been some exciting developments in recent weeks in our plans for the opening of our new academy on Elsea Park.

  • Building Update - April

    Published on Wednesday 23rd April 2014

    Each month sees progress taking shape at Elsea Park Primary Academy.

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