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  • Comic Relief Day

    Published on Friday 20th March 2015

    On Friday 13th March pupils at Bourne Elsea Park Church of England Primary Academies dug out their brightest clothes for Comic Relief.

  • Eclipse

    Published on Wednesday 18th March 2015

    Parents and children will experience a unique event going to school on Friday.

  • Official Open Day

    Published on Tuesday 10th February 2015

    The pupils and staff at Bourne Elsea Park were very proud to take part in the official opening of  our Academy.

  • Tree Planting!

    Published on Friday 28th November 2014

    The Centre invited the pupils from Bourne Elsea Park C of E Primary Academy to help them plant trees in Setts Green, Elsea Park.

  • 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.

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