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  • Snapchat update

    Published on Tuesday 4th July 2017

    Snapchat have added a new feature to the app which has raised a number of concerns over user privacy and safety. 

  • Ancient Egyptians come to Bourne!

    Published on Wednesday 14th June 2017

    On Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th May, the Partake Theatre Company took the Year 3 children from Bourne Elsea Park C of E Primary Academy and Bourne Abbey C of E Primary Academy on an Ancient Egyptian Adventure they would remember for a very, very long time.

  • E-Safety Workshop

    Published on Wednesday 7th June 2017

    Bourne Elsea Park were extremely lucky to have One Day Creative Theatre Company come into school to see all of the children from Year 1 to Year 6. 

  • Green Up Your Act Workshops

    Published on Wednesday 17th May 2017

    On the 16th May we took part in environmental workshops with Philip Hunton from ‘Green Up Your Act Education.’  

  • Pony Club visitor!

    Published on Wednesday 17th May 2017

    Pony Club had a special visitor on Monday the 8th of May!

  • E-safety update: Instagram

    Published on Tuesday 16th May 2017

    Here is your easy to read guide explaining all you need to know about Instagram.

  • Visit from the Bishop

    Published on Wednesday 10th May 2017

    On Friday 5th May 2017 Bourne Elsea Park Church of England Primary Academy were honoured with a special visit from the Bishop of Lincoln, The Right Reverend Christopher Lowson. 

  • Anglian Water Workshops

    Published on Saturday 22nd April 2017

    On the 18th and 19th April, children from Bourne Elsea Park Church of England Primary Academy took park in workshops with Rachel from Anglian Water. 

  • Easter Eggstraveganza!

    Published on Thursday 20th April 2017

    On the last day of term, Bourne Elsea Park Church of England Primary Academy held their Easter ‘Eggstravaganza’. 

  • Dinosaur in school!

    Published on Tuesday 28th March 2017

    Today was a very unusual day at Elsea Park. Before the children had even set foot in the building, the staff noticed something was amiss...

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