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sports days 2018!!!!

After having to cancel the last couple of sports days we finally had a dry day - If anything it was nearly too warm!!

However the shool joined in over the course of a week for their various sports days and we were so proud of the children for all trying their very best. yes

Race for Life - 2018

We are very proud to say that we recently took part in the Race for life as a whole school. Everyone got really involved and had loads of fun whilst raising money for cancer research.

WE RAISED OVER £900!!!! THAT IS AMAZING!!!! WELL DONE SCUNTHORPE CHURCH OF ENGLAND!!

Sports Commentator in school

Thank you to the Children's University who arranged for Charles to visit us this week. Charles has worked for the BBC commentating and reporting on sport. Whilst Charles was with us he commentated on one of our sports matches. Have a listen!

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Weekly Attendance

Actual

96%

Our Target

98%

Help us improve this next week

Our class with the best attendance this week is....

Year 6 with 98.3%

 

Anti Bullying Week 2017

Ten minutes a day could change everything...

Our year five reading buddies are hard at work supporting younger children in the school to improve their reading. 

This week our Foundation parents joined us for an interactive reading breakfast. 

Alex Duffy from Viking FM's breakfast show visits school.

On Tuesday 28th November Alex Duffy from Viking FM visited our school as part of the breakfast shows 20 schools in 20 days tour. Alex met with a group of children from Year 2 and 3 who shared with him their best jokes.

Tune into Viking FM on Tuesday 5th December from 8am

 

Our local MP visited school this week.

Nick Dakin, our local MP, presented the winners of his  Christmas card competition with their prizes. 

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We are an inclusive Church of England school, acknowledging and celebrating the rich cultural diversity of our community. Our ethos is based on the Christian strengths that we all need to lead a good and purposeful life.

We recognise that all of our children have immeasurable potential and within the context of Christian beliefs and practices we recognise our responsibility to ensure that children are given every opportunity to discover and develop this potential –to flourish as successful individuals. We will endeavour to achieve this by providing an environment of respect and trust, an environment with high expectations to support the full development of the individual, an environment that allows recognition of potential beyond the academic; an environment where pupils can demonstrate a love of learning, a love of life – a place for them to thrive and shine within a Christian setting.

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