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  • Rugby World Cup legend, Lawrence Dallaglio, paid a special visit to Eresby School this week. The retired England International, who was part of the World Cup winning squad in 2003, visited Eresby
  • Pupils and staff enjoyed a blustery day out in the garden. We planted bulbs, cleared paths and trimmed the willow.
  • The school celebrated harvest festival with Father Terry and his dog, Murray. Pupils took part in songs, prayers and gave gifts for the harvest table. This was well attended by parents and families.
  • A group of pupils took part in the Shakespeare Schools Festival held at The Drill Hall, Lincoln. The pupils enthusiastically took part in a production of A Midsummer Nights Dream. Which was enjoyed
  • So far it has been a great start to the school year at Eresby School. Our new pupils have settled in and we would like to welcome new staff to the team; Mr James White as Class 2 teacher and Mr Adam
  • Pupils and students from Eresby Special School participated in the David Ross Education Trust (DRET) Summer Cup, a festival of competitive sport that was attended by Olympians and Commonwealth
  • Eresby School took home first place after taking part in the county’s Schools’ Challenge. The challenge, which was organised by the Lincolnshire and Rutland Education Business Partnership, pitted 47
  • Eresby Special School has joined the David Ross Education Trust, becoming the Trust’s first special school. The school decided to join the Trust as its strong local links and commitment to broadening

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