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Latest News

  • Year 6 presents The Lion King

    Published on Wednesday 28th June 2017

    This year, our Year 6 children put on an amazing production of ‘The Lion King’.  The acting, singing and comedy were hugely enjoyed by packed houses on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, as were the dance and gymnastic routines.  Headteacher, Elaine Radley, commented, “The children really rose to the challenge – they were just amazing and literally raised the roof!

  • Year 6 visit the Imperial War Museum

    Published on Friday 16th June 2017

    On Thursday 8th June, Year 6 visited the Imperial War Museum at Duxford in support of their history studies of ‘Twentieth Century Conflicts’ and as an inspiration for children’s writing in the explanation genre. The children relished the opportunity to explore the different hangers which all represented a different aspect of conflict.  Of particular interest was the ‘Airspace’ hanger where the children were able to board Concorde.  The children were fascinated by the ‘pre-fab’ that they were able to peer into and some children wrote their names in Morse Code with the help of the ever friendly Duxford staff.

  • Out of this World!

    Published on Friday 16th June 2017

    Children of Bourne Westfield Primary Academy recently had an ‘out of this world’ experience. Year 5 pupils became astronauts for the day and learnt what happens to the body while in space and how heavy a tin of beans is on all the planets of the solar system. They gazed in amazement at real rockets and drove the Mars rover towards its scientific targets. Children were captivated by the exhibits and collected numerous facts about the universe.

  • Supporting The Guide Dogs

    Published on Friday 16th June 2017

    Bourne Westfield children were delighted to welcome Scott Rendle from ‘The Guide Dogs’ to their assembly at the end of last term.

  • Year 3 Go Back in Time

    Published on Friday 16th June 2017

    Year 3 children recently visited Peterborough Museum to learn about the life of the Romans. The children had an amazing day learning about Castor Palace in Durobrivae during the times of Romans. They acted as Roman slaves to buy food from the market, learnt how food was kept in the kitchen, and dressed in togas – it was very important they didn’t fall down whilst the Roman Lord was dancing!

  • Spring has sprung!

    Published on Wednesday 17th May 2017

    Spring has finally sprung and during the Easter holidays, family and friends gave up a Saturday morning to help tidy and plant beds, weed and make over the pond and nature area.

  • It's all about the arts!

    Published on Wednesday 17th May 2017

    Lincolnshire music Hub and 10 Lincolnshire Primary schools have teamed up with the Royal Opera House to trial their 10 week Digital Primary School Dramatic Singing Programme ‘Creating Carmen,’ designed to inspire teachers and children to sing, engage with and enjoy opera.  Bourne Westfield, one of the lead schools, has been working on this project with all of the children in Year 5. 

  • Thank you Tesco!

    Published on Wednesday 17th May 2017

    The Tesco store in Bourne continues to support the local community and has donated £1000 to help two local schools engage with a worthwhile project ‘Shakespeare for Schools’.

  • Rotakids Face their Fears

    Published on Wednesday 17th May 2017

    The RotaKids of Bourne Westfield have been raising even more money for Three Counties Dog Rescue! Last week, they faced their final fear, the fear of heights to raise money for their chosen worthy cause. 

  • A Fond Farewell

    Published on Thursday 4th May 2017

    Bourne Westfield said a sad farewell to popular Deputy Headteacher, Nick Chandler, last Friday.

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