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  • Drop in for a coffee

    Published 19/02/18

    Wednesday 28th February sees the first of our drop in coffee morning sessions.

    Please join Mrs Pilkington Smith our Family Support Worker, Mrs Mitchell our SENCo and Mrs Maycock, Principal.

     

    We look forward to welcoming you.

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  • 500 Words!!

    Published 19/02/18

    KS2, Don't miss out on an opportunity to watch the well loved David Walliams character; 'Gangster Granny' live on stage. Or for KS1 watch and be amazed at the Tiddler Tales by Julia Donaldson, again live on stage.

    As James said in assembly...."All you have to do is to write the best story ever told!"

    Make sure you have started  to write your stories. Rememeber to read, edit, read, edit!

    The first draft is just a draft it can then be improved upon. 

    Closing date for all stories is  the 14th March.

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  • A Visit from the Guide Dogs 

    Published 19/02/18

    We all now have a far greater undertsanding of how Guide Dogs can support those who are visually impaired. We were amazed how clever the dogs were and how every day they suppport people to lead independent lives. Val and Rob have great trust in their guide dogs. Thank you for sharing your experiences with us.

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  • 100% Atttendance

    Published 01/01/18

    Our final assembly of 2017 saw Harvey win our the 100% attendance award. Very Well done Harvey.

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  • The Choir on Tour

    Published 01/01/18

    Ingoldmells Academy Choir went on tour to bring festive cheer to Skegness Christmas shoppers.

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  • A Christmas Nativity

    Published 01/01/18

    Lights, Camel, Action - A Christmas Nativity with a Strictly Come Dancing Theme - Amazing!

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  • Our Local Heroes

    Published 30/08/17

    Classes One and Two were treated to a visit from our local heroes.

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  • Your Character Counts

    Published 30/08/17

    In July 2017, the Trust launched its ‘Your Character Counts’ strategy which places an emphasis on providing opportunities for students to develop important character traits and employability skills. 

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  • 13th September Roald Dahl Day

    Published 30/08/17

    We celebrated the wonderful works of Roald Dahl.

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  • Your Character Counts ​​​​​​​

    Published 28/07/17

    In July 2017, the Trust launched its ‘Your Character Counts’ strategy which places an emphasis on providing opportunities for students to develop important character traits and employability skills. 

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  • The Trust's First Art Competition

    Published 28/06/17

    The Trust held is very first art competition!

    The Trust held its first Art Competition this year, open to all the Academies within the group. The competition was split between primary and secondary and then into the main key stages.The theme for Primary entries was ‘My Favourite Story’ and secondary categories were Portrait, Landscapes and Abstract.

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