Spalding Grammar Year 4 Taster Day Friday 8th June 2018

At Spalding Grammar School, the Year 4 boys were treated to a Maths and PE lesson. They learnt about probability and predicted how many times they would roll a number between 1&12. After a break of biscuits and a drink they took part in a fantastic PE lesson and learnt how to play the sport of rounders.

Sport Relief Friday 23rd March 2018

We raised £85 by wearing sporty clothes to school and holding a sports challenge during the day, where children took part in a variety of sporting activities – all in the name of Sport Relief!

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Tennis Development Day 16th March 2018

Year 3 and Year 4 took part in a tennis development day at the Tollfield campus of Haven High. We learnt how to perform a forehand and backhand volley and enjoyed practicing our serves over the net. We can’t wait to take what we learnt today and put it into practice!

The Wind in the Willows 14th March 2018

Children were very fortunate to have Image Musical Theatre in to perform their version of The Wind in the Willows.  The children had a great time singing and joining in with the chorus whilst a handful of children were fortunate enough to become actors for the afternoon and become characters from the story.  A great afternoon was had by all and we look forward to seeing the work the children produce from it.

Viking Visits Egypt Class 12th March 2018

Egypt class had a special Viking visitor at Gosberton Academy who came to show us many wonderful Viking artefacts and spend the day teaching us all about the Vikings. We learnt about Viking weaponry, foods and mythological figures. We also learnt how the Vikings raided Lindisfarne and even performed our very own Viking funeral. We had a fantastic day!


Electronic Percussion Workshop 8th March 2018

In March we were delighted to welcome Tony Parkinson to our school for his Electronic Percussion Workshop. Everyone enjoyed the workshop and the range of music, and some of us even got to take part! Tony performed a range of popular theme tunes that both children and adults could recognise.

Internet Safety Talk 19th January 2018

Mr Jefferies came in to speak to the children about the importance of being safe on the internet. During the lesson, the children were able to learn about a range of social media including: Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Whatsapp and Instagram.

The children were made aware of different terms and conditions of these apps and shown some simple child-friendly terms and conditions. These included how the company has the right to take your personal information and sell it to other companies, making money from it.

In the other part of the lesson, the class looked at the seriousness of cyber-bullying and how it can impact people’s lives. The children were told what to do if someone was unkind to them through the internet.

Rand Farm Park 7th December 2017

Thursday 7th December 2017

Key stage one had a fantastic day at Rand Farm Park on Thursday 7th December 2017.  As part of our Christmas experience we got to decorate biscuits with Mrs Claus, they were delicious! We had a magical time going through the enchanted forest on our way to meet Santa and his elf where we got to choose our own gift from his workshop, did you know that the currency at the North Pole is chocolate coins? After lunch we went on a bumpy tractor ride around the farm and fed the animals, it tickled our hands feeding the cows and goats but we all had a fabulous time and were very tired from our fun-filled day.

St Peter & St Paul’s Parish Church 3rd October 2017

St Peter and St Paul’s Parish Church Visit

New Zealand Class had a fantastic visit to our local church – St Peter and St Paul’s. In our RE lessons we have been studying Christianity with a particular focus on worship and prayer. Before our visit we looked at some of the different features of a church and were able to identify them from pictures. We also looked at their purpose and how they are used in church. When we visited the church, we split into groups to complete a treasure hunt of these features. Reverend Walters very kindly showed us around the church and also told us about the personal history of some of these features in Gosberton Church. Our children were a credit to the school and very much enjoyed their visit.