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  • We need your help

    Published 13/05/20

    Dear parents,

    We want everyone to be back in school but only when it is safe to do so.  

    In a phased return this may mean we can only have between 6 – 9 children in a classroom at one time. As a result, it means that there is a high chance that your child may not be with their class teacher.

    To help us develop plans which will work for our children, families and staff I really need your input. 

     Please can you take some time to fill in this short questionnaire. The responses will inform our planning process and how as a school we move forward. 

    Thank you for responding to our survey - the survey is now closed.

    Mrs Everton




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  • Thank you for your amazing Home Learning this week!

    Published 29/04/20

    Thank you to everyone for sending in your home learning this week.

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  • Home Learning

    Published 22/04/20

    The first video messages went out today, this was our first reply, look at the amazing pixel art completed and the important message she wanted to share! 

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  • World Book Day

    Published 05/03/20

    World Book Day Excitement

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  • Amazing Home Learning Project

    Published 29/01/20

    Earthquake strikes Werrington

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  • Lincoln Castle

    Published 08/01/20

    Our Medieval Banquet

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  • Merry Christmas

    Published 17/12/19




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  • Visit to Fitzwilliam Museum

    Published 12/11/19

    Day at the Museum!

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  • Year 6 Sporting Achievement

    Published 08/10/19

    Congratulations Year 6

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  • Peterborough Phantoms

    Published 01/10/19

    Thank you to Scott Robson and Corey McEwan for coming to our Assembly to talk about Peterborough Phantoms

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  • Reception Family Cafe

    Published 27/09/19

    Thank you to everyone who attended the Reception Class Family Cafe.

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  • Harvest Festival

    Published 25/09/19

    Thank you to the Rev Sue Fear for visiting Welbourne Primary Academy to lead our Harvest Festival.  The children learnt about how far the food travels to our plate - the ingredients for the pizza made in Assembly had travelled 23,000 miles. She also talked about caring for the environment and appreciating where our food comes from.  All food collected will be distributed to local residents in need.

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