Year 5 & 6 Football – Boston School Sport Partnership

A big well done to the Year 5 and 6 football team today as they competed in the Boston School Sport Partnership competition! They came joint 4th and showed some fantastic sportsmanship and skill in their matches against local schools ⚽️. They were a credit to themselves and the school and should be very proud! 🏅

Our Library

This term, the school has reorganised the library to ensure that children can access books that interest them. Some favourites so far have been football annuals, fairytales, David Walliams’ books and books based on movies/TV films. We’d like to say a massive thank you for all the donations that we’ve received so far- they are appreciated by all of the children ☺️ 📚

We have also introduced the ‘Extreme Reading’ challenge: where is the most extreme/ bizarre place that you can read? We’re looking forward to seeing more photo entries after half term!

Playground Leaders 2019/2020

Twelve year 4 children spent the morning being trained to become the school’s Playground Leaders for 2019-20 academic year. They were a credit to the school and are all looking forward to supporting their peers on the playground with some fantastic activities.

Gosberton v Wygate

A huge well done to the boys football team tonight! They played against Wygate and won 4-1 ⚽️ It was a great match! We are very proud and they are super proud of themselves too! 👍🏻 The children are looking forward to their next match against Gosberton Clough and Risegate on Monday.

Boston United Football Tournament

Well done to the Year 5 and 6 girls today in their first football tournament! They played exceptionally well and came 9th out of 18 schools. Great teamwork and sportsmanship was shown from all of them and they had a great time! Well done girls ⚽️


On Tuesday afternoon, the whole school sat down to watch a pantomime rendition of Pinocchio. We had some brave children volunteer themselves for parts in the show and some even had their own lines! The whole school helped the actors by learning and performing songs alongside them during the show.  Throughout the performance, we learnt that when Pinocchio began to be honest and good, he was able to achieve everything he wanted. The school would like to say a massive thank you to the Image Musical Theatre for their impressive performance and to the children for there participation and enjoyment.