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  • Shrove Tuesday

    Published on Monday 22nd February 2016

    Reception and Year One at Bourne Elsea Park C of E Primary Academy went ‘flipping’ crazy last Tuesday for Pancake Day.

  • Bourne Abbey Nursery

    Published on Tuesday 9th February 2016

    Applications close 28th February 2016 Our Nursery offers places for 15 funded hours per week for 3 and 4 year olds and we are currently taking applications for children born between 1st September 2012 and 31st August 2013. 

  • Church School Banner

    Published on Tuesday 2nd February 2016

    The textile artist Sue Rowlands came to work with the talented aspiring young artists from Reception, Year 1 and Year 3.

  • Apply Online for a School Place

    Published on Friday 6th November 2015

    Available from: 16 November for Reception or Junior applications.  Apply online now for a midyear school place

  • Fruity Friday Fruit Pots

    Published on Thursday 5th November 2015

    Bourne Elsea Park’s ‘Fruity Friday’ is up and running, selling healthy fresh fruit pots to our Year 3 pupils during Friday morning breaks

  • Early Years Open Morning

    Published on Friday 23rd October 2015

    Prospective parents/carers are welcome to join us for our open morning

  • Willow Withies Workshop

    Published on Friday 16th October 2015

    During October the Reception, Year 1 and Year 3 classes had an amazing Willow Withies Workshop with a very talented artist, Rebecca

  • Harvest Festival

    Published on Friday 16th October 2015

    Recently, we all gathered together to celebrate Harvest at Bourne Elsea Park and what an amazing afternoon we had.

  • Election Fever!

    Published on Tuesday 6th October 2015

    There has been election fever this week at Bourne Elsea Park C of E Academy!

  • Our Queen's Celebration

    Published on Thursday 24th September 2015

    Although it was ‘business as usual’ for the Queen

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