News & Events

  • Amazing Attendance!

    Published on Thursday 20th September 2018

    More fantastic attendance at Bourne Abbey!

  • Welcome to the Jungle!

    Published on Monday 10th September 2018

    This Monday, the jungle well and truly came alive at Bourne Abbey! Scan the QR code to find out more...

  • You are invited to the ball...

    Published on Wednesday 11th July 2018

    A very special day was had by all in Nursery today!

  • Hockey Superstars!

    Published on Tuesday 10th July 2018

    Congratulations to the hockey team from Bourne Abbey C of E Primary Academy who represented South Kesteven at the County Hockey Tournament at Grantham Meres Leisure Centre on Sunday at the School Games.

  • SWIM-TASTIC!

    Published on Tuesday 10th July 2018

    Bourne Abbey Primary Academy held their annual house swimming gala at Bourne outdoor swimming pool on Wednesday 4th July and we were blessed with a beautiful warm and sunny morning.

  • St John’s Ambulance First Aid Workshops

    Published on Tuesday 3rd July 2018

    Year 5 from Bourne Abbey and Bourne Elsea Park C of E Primary Academy had a fantastic opportunity to learn a lifesaving skill. 

  • Year 5 from Bourne Abbey and Bourne Elsea Park C of E Primary Academy had an inspirational visit to the National Space Centre as part of their Space topic. 

  • Year 6 France Week

    Published on Wednesday 27th June 2018

    What a fabulous week Year 6 have just had; experiencing the culture and cuisine of France!

  • Church Schools’ Festival

    Published on Wednesday 27th June 2018

    Once again, Year 6 represented Bourne Abbey brilliantly, when they attended the annual Church Schools’ Festival on Tuesday 5th June in Lincoln Cathedral, along with other schools in the area.

  • Eco Team Litter Pick

    Published on Wednesday 27th June 2018
    The Year 5 Green Team children helped both the environment and their local community, by carrying out a litter pick.

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