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    Spirited Arts

    26th June 2017

    Year 5 and 6 pupils have worked together to produce a shared piece of art work in response the the theme 'Standing up for good". They felt moved by the recent attack in Manchester and how the pop star Ariana Grande responded. They portrayed a journey in their artwork-the attack, the immediate aftermath and then the healing and coming together of the concert. We are very proud of how our pupils are able to think deeply about some of the big issues in todays society and respond maturely and thoughtfully.

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    Rotary Club Art Competition

    7th June 2017

    For three weeks, art work created by our children has been on display at the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre. On Wednesday 7th June, we attended the Rotary Club Art Competition Award Ceremony at the Town Hall. During the ceremony, each child was awarded a trophy and certificate for their hard work, which was handed out by the Mayor. In addition to this, we also received two sheilds and a trophy! These were awarded to:

    Emily Bown - Presidents award.

    Victoria Powner - Foundation award.

    Llynden Broadbent - KS1 aw

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    Maths Morning

    2nd May 2017

    Matilda class are enjoying some cross curricular maths by playing Egyptian top trumps to help them compare and order numbers.

  • Train to Teach with Delta TSA

    12th April 2017


    School Direct is a national teacher training initiative, which offers an exciting opportunity to train alongside outstanding practitioners, gaining valuable knowledge, skills and professional attitudes that will enable you to start your personal journey towards becoming an excellent teacher and future leader. 

    Delta Teaching School Alliance is working in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University to offer School Direct places for 2017/18.  As part of the training you can gain a Post Graduate Certificate i

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    KS2 Easter Service

    6th April 2017

    Years 3, 4 and 5 enjoyed visiting St Hugh's church for a special Easter service led by the Rev Katherine from Grimsby Minster. We enjoyed hearing the Easter story read by some year 5 pupils, a special performance by the choir and finishing off with a poem about the true meaning of Easter read by some year 3/4 pupils. Many thanks to all who came and helped make it very special.

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    KS1 Easter Service

    30th March 2017

    Key Stage 1 had a wonderful morning at St Hugh's church. they loved learning all about the building and how it is used. Parents then joined us for a lovely Palm Sunday service led by Rev Katherine Farrell from Grimsby Minster. We feel all excited for Easter now. 

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    Red Nose Day - Corn Flakes

    24th March 2017

    To kick start the Red Nose Day fun, we setup over 100 cereal boxes that were generously donated by His Church Charity. We setup the cereal boxes in our studio like dominoes to see if they would all topple!

    Did we make it? Did it stop? Check out for yourself below!

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    Hindu Day

    15th March 2017

    Year 1 and 2 enjoyed a fun-filled 2 days of workshops learning all about India, the Hindu faith and Hindu culture. They really loved dressing up and trying out their Bollywood moves. 

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    Science Day - Paddington Bear

    10th March 2017

    Paddington Bear class had lots of fun with their superhero-themed science investigation. They helped book character 'Supertato' free the frozen grapes by exploring ways of melting ice. They worked in groups to plan and carry out their own investigation and managed to free the frozen grapes. They are super-scientists!

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    Grimsby Fish Market Trip

    8th March 2017

    Year 3 and 4 enjoyed a trip to the Grimsby Fish Market on Wednesday 8th March. We learnt about how the fresh fish is processed, what different types of fish there are - we were even given the chance for some of our brave children to hold them!

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    World Book Day

    2nd March 2017

    On Thursday 2nd March and Friday 3rd March, we organised a Super Hero Dress Up day to run along side World Book Day. Children and staff dressed up as both their favourite super heroes and characters from Harry Potter!

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    Year 1 & 2 Visit from Rev Katherine Farrell

    10th February 2017

    More from the visit Year 1 and 2 day with Reverend Katherine Farrell. Year 1 and 2 enjoyed a visit from the Reverend Katherine Farrell from Grimsby Minster who came to talk about her Christian faith and what she does when she is in church.

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    Visitors from our Community

    9th February 2017

    Children enjoyed the company of several members of our local community last week. We had a fire lady, a police lady and Rev Katherine talk to us about what they do within our community, we found it all extremely fascinating!

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    Internet Safer Day

    7th February 2017

    On Tuesday 7th February, it was national Internet Safer Day. In school we held various activities throughout the day to promote awareness and to encourage children to be safe in todays ever growing online world.

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    National Heritage Centre

    24th January 2017

    On Tuesday 24th January through to Thursday 26th Janaury, year 3/4 enjoyed a visit to the National Heritage Centre and the Ross Tiger GY. Children learnt all about our fishing heritage and what life was like onboard the fishing boats!

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    Lincolnshire Life Museum

    18th January 2017

    Year 1 and 2 enjoyed a few fabulous days at the Lincolnshire Life Museum between Wednesday 18th January - Friday 20th January. During their visit, children worked in a Victorian school, used feather quills and enjoyed looking at the various exhibitions!

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    Careers Fair

    9th January 2017

    On Monday 9th January, we held a careers fair to which we had many, many visitors pop in to talk to the children about their jobs and what the future can hold for the children. We also invited children from Willows and Littlecoates academies to attend the careers fair and all schools involved really enjoyed the afternoon and got a lot out of it.