News & Events in Year 4

Year 4 create many learning experiences - enjoy looking at just some of the activities the children enjoy.
  • It’s great to be me!

    Published on Tuesday 26th June 2018

    My oh my, what a fabulous session we had on the life bus today. 

  • Harry Potter Studios Trip

    Published on Tuesday 26th June 2018

    WOW! What an amazing, fun filled day we’ve had! 

  • YEAR 4 TENNIS FESTIVAL

    Published on Tuesday 26th June 2018

    Twelve of our year 4 children recently attended the District tennis festival organised by Bourne Tennis Club in conjunction with our School Games Organiser. 

  • KS2 SPORTS DAY 2018

    Published on Wednesday 13th June 2018

    Thursday 7th June saw the Key Stage 2 sports day take place at Bourne Abbey C of E Primary Academy.

  • Easter Eggs-travaganza!

    Published on Saturday 21st April 2018

    Just before the holidays Bourne Abbey was celebrated Easter in the most egg-cellent style! Find out what we got up to.

  • Year 4 Caythorpe Residential

    Published on Sunday 18th March 2018

    Wow!  Year 4 children from Bourne Elsea Park and Bourne Abbey Church of England Primary Academies have had the most amazing few days at Caythorpe PGL centre, engaging in some of the most exciting and exhilarating outdoor activities. 

  • We are delighted that Bourne Abbey have won a very special reading award.

  • ARTSMARK GOLD FOR BOURNE ABBEY

    Published on Monday 29th January 2018

    Artsmark Gold is a prestigious award given to schools who can demonstrate excellence in Arts provision throughout the school in: art, dance, drama and music.  

  • Romans at Bourne Abbey

    Published on Monday 11th December 2017

    The year 4 children produced the most fabulous assembly this week -  Veni, Vidi, Vici.

  • Christmas Tree Festival

    Published on Sunday 3rd December 2017

    On Friday the 1st of December the KS2 collective worship council visited the Methodist Church in Bourne for the annual Christmas Tree Festival. 

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