Year 5 were so excited to receive their Sparki books for the competition winners. Thank you myenergiuk
Lovely to hear two of our children (and staff) being part of 'Lincolnshire's Biggest Choir'. Beautiful song to mark Lincolnshire Day. Well done to everyone involved.
Year 5 have been writing letters to the residents at our local care home today. #kindness #community
What another amazing Spilsby Light Night! It was lovely to see so many current & past pupils who made some artwork for the event. Brilliant community feel throughout the evening. A big well done to everyone involved.
A fantastic day! All of our KS2 children were visited by two professional artists to help create their lanterns for Spilsby Light Night!
Miss Hough took some of our pupils from year2 to Eresby Nursing Home this afternoon. They performed #rapunzel and spoke brilliantly with the residents before having a treat. #communityengagement #workingtogether #community
Santa is coming to Spilsby! Today some more fantastic reindeer have been collected to help Santa on his special sleigh ride...... Big Thankyou to the children at Spilsby Primary 🚒🛷🎅🏻🎄🚒🛷🎅🏻🎄🚒🛷🎅🏻🎄🚒🛷🎅🏻🎄
Well done to Rosie and Freddie- our Rotary Star Award winners for the autumn term, which recognises and rewards acts of good citizenship.
Our school winners from the Rotary Christmas Cracker Day! Well done to everyone who took part; there were some fantastic cards on show.
Pupils from Spilsby Primary have taken over the airwaves to teach us all about the online video craze of “unboxing” 🎤🎧 for BBC Radio Lincolnshire!
Really looking forward to getting involved with this amazing project again for 2020!
Lovely email from our local Rotarians thanking school for our support with their annual Shoebox Appeal.
Another amazing choir performance at Spilsby Methodist Church for Carols by Candlelight service this afternoon. It's always such a lovely community event.
Christmas cards ready to go for Rotary’s Christmas Cracker Day! Fantastic effort from everyone #community
Fabulous imagination and creativity in Year 5 to independently design and create a Christmas card for the community competition.
Very poignant 2 minute silence at the Franklin statue this morning with the Spilsby British Legion. Impeccably observed by our year 5 and 6 children who then went and visited the cemetery to lay wreaths and crosses on the war graves.
Amazing work for our Head boy and Head girl this morning at the Spilsby Remembrance Parade; shown here with representatives from #KEVIA they were all brilliant! Well done! #proud #wewillrememberthem #armisticeday #lestweforget
Following their visit, Spilsby Sainsbury’s were so generous that they gave each child a pumpkin to take back to school! Naturally, with it being Halloween, we just had to draw scary faces in them! Thank you to our local Sainsbury’s!
Year 3 and 4 had an amazing experience today seeing all the sights in Sainsbury’s! We were taken on a tour through the supermarket where we discussed all sorts of information about fruits and vegetables. We went in the freezers, had a look in the bakery, and even tried some food too.
A brilliant day for the 'World's Biggest Coffee Morning' for Macmillan Caner research. Thanks to all our parents, carers and children for their donations- £88 raised for this amazing charity.
Lovely photos of our pupils who visited Eresby Care Home this week to have tea, sing and chat to the residents who stay there. I have it on good authority they refused to leave till they had sang to all!
Reception have been visited by Kindness Elves over the last two weeks and have completed lots of kindness missions with Pop & Sparkle. We especially loved helping our community by collecting food & donating it to our local food bank
Dropping our 'Reverse Advent Calendar' donations off at the New Life Centre. Thank you to everyone for their generous donations for those less fortunate,
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