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Latest News

  • Showcasing Dance Skills

    Published on Monday 6th March 2017

    Year 1 and 2 dancers from Bourne Westfield Primary Academy showcased their skills at a Dance Festival, involving Primary and Secondary schools, at Spalding South Holland Centre last week. The boys and girls were understandably quite nervous about getting up onto a large stage, especially as they were the youngest in the auditorium, but they were incredible and received great acclaim from the judges! The children and staff were full of excitement and enthusiasm after their performances. 

  • A Walk on the Wild Side

    Published on Tuesday 7th February 2017

    Bourne Westfield children were treated to a star visit from The One Show’s Mike Dilger last week organised by The Len Pick Trust. 

  • Back to school for maths!

    Published on Tuesday 7th February 2017

    Following a very successful Maths Week on shape, Bourne Westfield Primary Academy welcomed parents of KS2 children to an evening all about how shape is taught within each year group.

  • SNAG Golf goes Snazzy

    Published on Tuesday 7th February 2017

    Prize winners from a recent Year 4 ‘Trouser design competition’ were announced last Friday in assembly. The competition was to design a pair of trousers for Bourne Westfield Golf teacher Darren Game to wear in lessons.

  • Support for Nyansakia

    Published on Tuesday 7th February 2017

    The School Council Representatives at Bourne Westfield Primary Academy have been really busy!

  • Shapetastic!

    Published on Thursday 19th January 2017

    Bourne Westfield Primary Academy children really got creative with shapes last week in our annual Maths week.

  • Crossing Patroller Reaches Milestone Anniversary

    Published on Thursday 19th January 2017

    Bourne Westfield was delighted to welcome Sara Bartlett from the Lincolnshire Stay Safe Partnership to their assembly on Monday morning.  The purpose of their visit was to present a certificate and badge to Kath Parker, who is our very valued school crossing patroller, for her 15 years of dedicated service to the school.

  • Exciting Egyptian Times

    Published on Thursday 19th January 2017

    Year 2 thoroughly enjoyed an exciting visit from ‘History off the Page’ on Wednesday 4th January. Children were transported back to 1300BC, taking on the role of Ancient Egyptians. During the morning, the children became ‘crafts-people’ making a range of Egyptian artefacts including canopic jars, bread, oil lamps, wall paintings, amulet bracelets and perfume cones. In the afternoon, children were transported to the Pharaoh’s court where they took part in the ritual of a magnificent banquet.

  • Young Voices Sing Out

    Published on Thursday 19th January 2017

    On Monday 9th January Bourne Westfield took part in the ‘Young Voices’ concert at Sheffield Arena.  Thirty six children travelled to Sheffield to be part of a 5000 strong choir of children from schools across the country and sing alongside professional performers and musicians.

  • Y6 Burghley Elizabethan Christmas

    Published on Wednesday 7th December 2016

    Once again, Year 6 children hugely enjoyed a visit to Burghley House for a ‘Tudor Christmas’ experience.  They were greeted in the Great Hall by none other than Henry VIII who talked about Tudor customs.  To questions of true or false, subsequently clarified, the children were amazed to discover such facts as a turkey dinner was not in existence and no-one worked over the twelve days of Christmas, other than to feed the animals.  The latter point was most appealing to the children as they reflected on the date term eventually ends!  

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