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  • Yr 4 Viking Day

    Published on Thursday 2nd February 2017

    On Thursday 26th January, the Year Four children were lucky enough to be joined by a Viking for the day!

  • The Great Fire of London

    Published on Monday 30th January 2017

    On Tuesday 12th January 2017, Year 2 were transported back in time to 1666 when they participated in a Partake Theatre workshop exploring the events of The Great Fire of London.  

  • Celebrity Visitor!

    Published on Sunday 29th January 2017

    On Wednesday 25th January, we had an exciting celebrity visitor in the form of Mike Dilger. Mike is an ecologist, omithologist and television presenter who is best known for being the wildlife reporter on the BBC television program The One Show.

  • Year 3 Stone Age Dig!

    Published on Monday 23rd January 2017

    On Wednesday 4th January after receiving an interesting letter from the archaeologist Dr Jones, Year 3 had a fabulous start to their Savage Stone Age Topic. 

  • E safety

    Published on Thursday 12th January 2017

    As we all know, technology moves quickly these days. 

  • Attendance Hamper Winner

    Published on Tuesday 10th January 2017

    Congratulations to Miss Rowena Roberts, mother of Tegan, Euan and Mason.

  • Year 2, 3, 4 & 5 Carol Service

    Published on Tuesday 20th December 2016

    On Tuesday 6th December, the children in years 2, 3, 4 and 5 led the School Carol Service in Bourne Abbey Church. 

  • Reception and Year 1 Nativity

    Published on Tuesday 20th December 2016

    On Friday 9th December the children in Reception and Year 1 joined together for their Nativity performance titled ‘Christmas Counts’. 

  • Year 4 Assembly

    Published on Tuesday 6th December 2016

    The Year4s have been learning about The Rotten Romans. 

  • The Chocolate Factory!

    Published on Tuesday 6th December 2016

    On Tuesday 29th November, as part of their ‘Grab a Golden Ticket’ topic  the Year 3 children from Bourne Elsea Park C of E Primary Academy woke up full of excitement for their trip to Cadbury World. 

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