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Latest News

  • Supporting our Community

    Published on Wednesday 12th October 2016

    Following a highly successful drive to collect food for Harvest Festival, children from Bourne Westfield accompanied Elaine Radley, Headteacher to deliver the various items to the Bourne Foodbank in Eastgate.  Several trolleys were required to transfer the donations, such was the load! 

  • Find Your Voice Celebrates Success

    Published on Wednesday 12th October 2016

    All the children who attended Find Your Voice last year celebrated their success on Friday evening as Bourne Westfield Primary Academy hosted the 2016 Find Your Voice Awards.

  • Sharing Best Practice in the Netherlands

    Published on Wednesday 12th October 2016

    As part of its primary representative role on the Lincolnshire Music Hub, Bourne Westfield was delighted to be asked to join a team representing best practice for music education at the ‘Bilateral seminar on Music Education’ in Rotterdam, Holland on the 4th and 5th October.

  • Home Grown Harvest

    Published on Wednesday 12th October 2016

    Bourne Westfield set up a market stall on the playground last week, selling the bumper harvest, grown in raised beds across the school grounds and in our very own orchard. 

  • Cross Country Success

    Published on Wednesday 12th October 2016

    What a week it was last week for Bourne Westfield cross country teams. On Tuesday all of our teams came first at the annual Inter Schools Cross country competition held at Spalding Grammar. A huge congratulations to all 40 children who took part, the effort and team spirit was first class. There were some spectacular individual performances throughout the age groups. Alex Glenn-Mitchell won the Y3/4 boys event closely followed by Eliasz Polak in 2nd place. Charles Harrison put in a superb performance to win the Y5/6  boys event. In the Y5/6 event Hannah Taylor came 3rd closely followed by Emilie Comben in 5th. The Y3/4 Girls had a fantastic event with Lily Thomas(3rd), Jessica Parbery(4th), Tula Harvey(6th) and Matilda Mason(9th).

  • New News Story

    Published on Wednesday 12th October 2016

    Scifest returned to Bourne Westfield Primary Academy for another year. The children of Bourne Westfield were all fortunate to see and take part in some very exciting Science shows last week! Each year group experienced one of the amazing SciFest shows. From ‘Exotic Animal Encounters’ to ‘Tribes, Teeth and Tarantulas’, the pupils have been enthralled at the Science ‘magic’ happening before their eyes!

  • Harvest Celebrations!

    Published on Friday 7th October 2016

    Bourne Westfield celebrated a fabulous Harvest Festival on Wednesday with the help of Pastor Nick Humphreys from Bourne Baptist Church and Anne Lightfoot from the Bourne Foodbank.  The children reflected on the importance of food and where all of our food comes from.  They particularly focussed on how we can help those in need.   Donations were plentiful, showing the generosity of all the families.  They then acted out the story of ‘hot stone soup’ which tells how by everybody contributing a small amount of food and sharing, we can help to feed everybody.

  • Dinosaurs!

    Published on Friday 7th October 2016

    On Tuesday, Year 3 had an incredibly exciting visit from Dexter the dinosaur and his younger friends. The children had an amazing day, learning about the different types of dinosaurs, their characteristics and how to categorise them. It was a thrilling moment when Dexter was blindfolded and had to sniff out his dinner from the children’s hands. Although, it was a bit worrying when Dexter tried to eat Mr Gilbert!

  • Westfield welcomes little Westy's

    Published on Friday 7th October 2016

    Bourne Westfield Primary Academy opened the doors to their new nursery on Monday this week and the nursery team could not be happier about their first few days with the children! 

  • Super Sized Sunflowers!

    Published on Friday 7th October 2016

    Last academic year, year 1 pupils of Bourne Westfield Primary Academy were kindly gifted a sunflower seedling by school governor John Freear. These sunflowers were used as part of the Year 1 Plants topic in Science, where pupils tracked the growth of their seedling and learnt what flowers needed to grow. At the end of the year, all 90 Year 1 pupils took home their sunflower to see if they could put the skills they had learnt into practice. Mr Freear launched a competition to see who could grow the tallest sunflower, pledging a trophy for the winner.  

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