News & Events

  • New News Story

    Published on Friday 8th November 2019

    On Wednesday 30th October, the children of Bourne Abbey Primary Academy made a most magnificent, but ever so slightly terrifying discovery.

    They were calmly starting their day, when Mr Patemen (who was as white as a sheet!), came to tell them he had discovered something truly remarkable in what used to be the Key Stage 1 Hall. The children didn’t know what to expect! Was it a hedgehog looking for a cosy place to hibernate? What is a delivery of Year 3’s favourite sweets? Their imaginations ran wild! However, NOTHING could prepare them for what they were about to witness.

  • Food Bank Donations

    Published on Tuesday 15th October 2019
    The children of Bourne Abbey went to visit Bourne Foodbank...
  • Meet the Student Council

    Published on Wednesday 9th October 2019

    Democracy Day 2019 at Bourne Abbey was on Thursday 19th September. We reminded ourselves all about the core British Values – especially democracy. We take great pride at Bourne Abbey in our democratic election process which enables every child to vote for their chosen representatives who will form our Student Council for the year ahead.

     

     

  • Victorian Bourne Abbey!

    Published on Wednesday 9th October 2019

    Victorian Bourne Abbey

     

    As part of our recent Victorian day, Year 5 studied various aspects of school life. This included learning about pupils’ experiences in a Victorian classroom. The Year 5 classrooms were set up in a Victorian style and teachers transformed into Victorian schoolteachers; a pretty scary experience!  Did you know Bourne Abbey originally opened in 1877 and used to be called Star Lane Primary during Victorian times?

     

  • Mysterious Door

    Published on Friday 4th October 2019

    Bourne Abbey’s Site Manager, Mr Pateman was in for a shock on the morning of Friday 27th September 2019 when, whilst on his morning rounds, he discovered a magical door in the corner of the school environmental area…

     

     

  • Harvest Time

    Published on Friday 4th October 2019

    On Thursday 3rd October, Years 1, 2 and 3 held their annual Harvest Collective Worship in school where the children enthusiastically performed harvest songs complete with actions, brought baskets of produce to the harvest display and the Collective Worship Representatives read a harvest prayer. The children were given the opportunity to reflect on the importance of respecting God’s creation to enable Harvest to take place and also the importance of sharing and giving to others who are less fortunate than themselves.

  • Harvest Festival

    Published on Tuesday 1st October 2019

    On Monday 30th September, Years 4, 5 and 6 from Bourne Abbey C of E Primary Academy and Bourne Elsea Park C of E Primary Academy attended their annual Harvest Festival Service at Bourne Abbey Church led by Father Chris.

  • Bourne Abbey goes to the polls!

    Published on Thursday 19th September 2019

    As we speak, the children are voting for their new Student Council!

    There is buzz of excitement and anticipation as the votes are cast.

    Children are also learning all about democracy as part of this exciting day!


    Watch this space for the results of the election on Monday!!

  • Fairytale Fun!

    Published on Thursday 12th September 2019

    Once upon a time…

  • Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs!

    Published on Thursday 12th September 2019

    Wow! What a way to kick off their first topic! This week, every child in year 3 at Bourne Abbey made meatballs and spaghetti... from scratch!

     

News Feeds

You can subscribe to a feed of the latest news items, using the link below. Subscribing to this news feed is free and will keep you upto date with the latest news stories that have been posted. You can view more information about how establishments like the BBC use RSS feeds for their content.

To subscribe to this feed simply right-click on the link below, click "copy shortcut" and then paste the URL into your feed reader software.