News & Events in Reception

During the year the Reception enjoy many learning activities, please enjoy taking a look at just some of them.
  • E-safety update - Instagram

    Published on Tuesday 16th May 2017

    Here is your easy to read guide explaining all you need to know about Instagram.

  • Family Learning – Visit to Bourne Fire Station.

    Published on Tuesday 14th March 2017

    The Family Learning group went on a fantastic tour of Bourne Fire Station.  

  • Are you sugar smart?

    Published on Monday 27th February 2017
    Do you know how much sugar is too much for your child?
  • Attendance Winners

    Published on Tuesday 3rd January 2017

    Keegan and Jack are the first winners of the Attendance Hampers!

  • Colouring competition winners and runners-up

    Published on Thursday 15th December 2016

    Have a look at the amazing Christmas colouring winners and runners-up.

  • Google Expeditions

    Published on Thursday 15th December 2016

    On Thursday 8th December, the children on Bourne Abbey were very fortunate to receive a visit from Google to test out their state of the art virtual reality goggles and Google Expeditions software. 

  • Reception Nativity

    Published on Thursday 15th December 2016

    The Reception children performed the enchanting Nativity titled ‘A Miracle in Town.’


  • Pirates Ahoy!

    Published on Friday 6th May 2016

    It was “Ship ahoy!” at Bourne Abbey Primary Academy for the reception children when the Partake Theatre Group presented the ‘Treasure Island’ Drama Workshop.

  • Sacrewell Visit

    Published on Monday 18th April 2016

    The children had been counting down the weeks and the day had finally arrived, the Reception children were going to the heritage farm attraction Sacrewell Farm.

  • Tractor Visit

    Published on Monday 21st March 2016

    The National Farmers Union and the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society have been working together to bring a tractor into Lincolnshire primary school playgrounds and the children in Reception classes were more than happy to invite Farmer George with his huge blue tractor to school.

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