Pupils took part in a celebration of Chinese Culture with a session...
The school celebrated the opening of the winter olympics with an...

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  • Pupils took part in a celebration of Chinese Culture with a session of Tai Chi. This session was filmed by students from the Giles School.
  • We celebrated Easter with a service led by Colin Bowden from the Burgh Baptist Church. Thank you to Colin and his helpers who brought their puppets for an enjoyable afternoon.
  • The school celebrated the opening of the winter olympics with an opening ceremony followed by events including curling, skiing, ice skating and snowballing, all Eresby style! The afternoon finished
  • Pupils were treated to a Carol Concert this morning. Performances by Kate, Sarah and Rob included traditional and modern festive favourites.
  • Pupils and staff went to see Aladdin at The Embassy Centre in Skegness yesterday. Thank you to families for your support with the annual raffle which raises funds to enable the trip to go ahead.
  • Pupils enjoyed the annual Christmas dinner last week and supported the Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day. Over £60 was raised for the charity. The Nativity and Christingle Service at St James
  • A record number of students from across the David Ross Education Trust threw themselves into this year’s annual Trust-wide rowing competition. Over 4,280 students took part in the ‘Rowvember’
  • The school kitchen has retained its 5 star 'Very Good' rating with East Lindsey District Council.
  • Class 7 visited Lincoln Cathedral for the annual Special School RE Day celebration last week. Pupils took part in a variety of hands on experiences, such as dance, craft and sensory sessions. The
  • Pupils were treated to a performance of 'The Selfish Giant' from Image Theatre Company. The pupils took part in a workshop and in the performance. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

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