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  • A 'Hole' New World...

    Published on Thursday 13th February 2020

    On Thursday 6th February, Year 6 pupils from Bourne Abbey, Elsea Park and Colsterworth Primary Academies spent an amazing afternoon at Nottingham Playhouse watching an enthralling stage adaptation of Holes - the best-selling novel by Louis Sachar.

  • Strange posters appearing everywhere...

    Published on Thursday 13th February 2020

    Some strange posters keep appearing on the windows and doors of Bourne Abbey...

  • Captain Splosh makes a....Splash!!

    Published on Thursday 13th February 2020

    Anglian Water came in to Bourne Abbey for a very exciting visit today! We learnt all about where our clean water comes from and how it is cleaned. We also got to be scientists and carried out a little experiment to see if we could tell what ‘clean water’ looks, smells and tastes like. 

  • From Pole to Pole in just 1 day!

    Published on Thursday 13th February 2020

    On Tuesday 21st January 2020, Polar Explorer Simon visited year 4 and took us on an exhilarating, unforgettable journey to the most remote corners of our planet in a whole-day as part of our Explorer Academy workshop. From building igloos, working as a team to manoeuvre vital supplies, surviving -40 degree temperatures in hazardous conditions and the horrors of frostbite, children were immersed in the white-knuckle world of Polar expedition.

  • Year 4's motivational writing

    Published on Wednesday 12th February 2020

    To end their fantastic learning journey this term, Year 4 wrote a motivational speech as Ernest Shackleton, persuading his crew, who were stuck on the ice in Antarctica, to carry on their expedition so they can get home...

  • Sam Ruddock visits Bourne Abbey!

    Published on Tuesday 11th February 2020

    On Monday 10th February, Sam Ruddock visited Bourne Abbey.

    Sam Ruddock is a Paralympic track cycling athlete, that has represented Great Britain in the 100 metres and shot put.

  • Whodunnit!?

    Published on Thursday 30th January 2020

    Mini Police and the case of Whodunnit?!

    The library turned into the scene of a crime this week in Bourne Abbey Church of England Primary Academy as our Mini Police once again took on another exciting National project, CSI.

  • Troy Story

    Published on Thursday 30th January 2020

    Troy Story Assembly

    Year 5 pupils at Bourne Abbey C of E Primary Academy, had a fantastic start to their ‘Who Let the Gods Out’ topic by putting on an educational and entertaining performance to their parents and carers last week.

  • The Fairytale of Year 3

    Published on Friday 24th January 2020

    Wow! What a start to 2020! The Year 3 children of Bourne Abbey Primary simply could not believe their eyes and ears when, on Tuesday 7th January at 9:15am, they received a message from Lincolnshire Police saying there had been a disturbance in the school grounds in the early hours of the morning. The police stated that a vast amount of evidence had been left at the site of the incident, but they simply couldn’t identify who (or what) could have been involved or what could have happened. So they asked the children to put on their best detective hats and set out to investigate the site.

  • Abbey Ark Opening

    Published on Friday 24th January 2020

    On Thursday 9th January, we were delighted to hold the official opening of our new Abbey Ark building! We were thrilled to be joined by Governors and Trustees, members of the PTFA and staff from Abbey Ark and Bourne Abbey C of E Primary Academy. John Kirkman, Co-Chair of Trustees, and Sarah Moore, Executive Headteacher, had the pleasure of cutting the ribbon to officially open Abbey Ark.

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