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  • Diwali Day

    Published on Tuesday 20th November 2018

    Lucky Year 3 children at Bourne Elsea Park Academy dived into Diwali this week as part of their R.E topic about Hinduism.



  • Remembrance

    Published on Wednesday 14th November 2018

    On Sunday 11th November 2018 children from Bourne Abbey and Bourne Elsea Park C of E Primary Academies wore their poppies with pride as they joined armed forces personnel, war veterans and others groups in the town on a parade through Bourne town centre. 

  • Vile Victorians at Southwell Workhouse

    Published on Thursday 8th November 2018

    Year 5 visited Southwell Workhouse on Friday 2nd November as part of their Vile Victorians topic.

  • Bourne Vintage Cars

    Published on Friday 2nd November 2018

    Last week Year 2 at Bourne Elsea Park and Bourne Abbey Primary schools got the chance to explore some of Bourne’s historical transport linked to their topic: ‘Oh the places you’ll go’. 

  • Remember, Remember...

    Published on Friday 2nd November 2018

    Mrs Moore led her annual fireworks assembly this morning!

  • Y5 Victorian Day

    Published on Thursday 1st November 2018

    Vile Victorians at Elsea Park

  • Bag 2 School

    Published on Thursday 1st November 2018

    Reduce, Reuse, Recycle success at Bourne Elsea Park School

  • Cross Country Championships

    Published on Tuesday 2nd October 2018

    Congratulations to the children from Elsea Park Primary C of E Academy who recently took part in the South East Lincolnshire Cross Country Championships. 

  • ...and the results are in!

    Published on Monday 24th September 2018

    This morning, the results of last Thursday's elections were revealed...

  • The BIG Vote...

    Published on Friday 21st September 2018

    As part of our British Values Day on 20th September, we learned about Democracy and took part in voting for Student Councillors, Mini Police Cadets and House Captains/Vice-Captains.

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