The whole school went to the pantomime at the Embassy Centre in...
The school gathered with parents and families at St James Church in...

News

Pages

Page 5 of 8
  • Pupils are going carriage riding with Riding for the Disabled at Ulceby. Sessions will continue into the summer term.
  • Pupils enjoyed a visit from NKarts for Dance Workshops this week. Classes 1,2,3 and 4 sessions were based on musical theatre and classes 5 and 6 did street dancing.
  • Pupils and staff at Eresby School celebrated the Queens 90 th Birthday on Thursday, with a street party in the playground. Class 5 made a special cake for the occasion. After the party everyone
  • The Sensory Garden project is nearing completion, we are preparing to start planting after the Easter break. We have constructed a shelter for pupils to use as part of lessons. The turf has taken
  • The whole school took part in a full week of science activities. Monday - Forces and Magnetism - also some senior pupils went to John Spendluffe Technology College. Tuesday - Environment and a visit
  • Eresby School, Spilsby, has received glowing praise from Ofsted after being awarded the highest grading in their latest inspection. Inspectors praised the Special School for the “outstanding quality
  • The School Council organised a Breakfast Club for pupils to celebrate British Breakfast Week. School Council members served toast and cereals to pupils at breaktime.
  • Pupils and staff celebrated Australia Day, they took part in various activities throughout the day, including cricket, tennis, aboriginal dancing and crafts. The experience was enjoyed by all.
  • Lincolnshire Football Association are delivering football sessions to pupils in class 5 and 6. Pupils are picking up new skills and enjoying the experience.
  • Boston United in the Community are delivering sessions each week in school. The pupils are enjoying the experience and learning new skills.

Pages

Page 5 of 8