News Archive - Kirkby on Bain Primary School

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Seesaw

We use Seesaw digital portfolios with pupils in all classes to ensure parents are able to keep in touch with what is happening in our classrooms. Such a lot goes on in school every single day and we are passionate about sharing as much of that with our parents as possible.

Seesaw offers a window into our classrooms and places children right at the heart of the process. Our pupils post most of the content, choosing what they want to share with you and when they want to share it. When a post is published, you receive a notification and can comment on it providing a two-way communication between school and home. Our children love seeing the comments coming back following a post and parents really enjoy knowing what is happening in school.

If you have not yet consented and signed up for a Seesaw account, please speak to your child’s teacher.

Don’t miss out on all the fabulous things your children do each day!




Seesaw

We use Seesaw digital portfolios with pupils in all classes to ensure parents are able to keep in touch with what is happening in our classrooms. Such a lot goes on in school every single day and we are passionate about sharing as much of that with our parents as possible.

Seesaw offers a window into our classrooms and places children right at the heart of the process. Our pupils post most of the content, choosing what they want to share with you and when they want to share it. When a post is published, you receive a notification and can comment on it providing a two-way communication between school and home. Our children love seeing the comments coming back following a post and parents really enjoy knowing what is happening in school.

If you have not yet consented and signed up for a Seesaw account, please speak to your child’s teacher.

Don’t miss out on all the fabulous things your children do each day!




Seesaw

We use Seesaw digital portfolios with pupils in all classes to ensure parents are able to keep in touch with what is happening in our classrooms. Such a lot goes on in school every single day and we are passionate about sharing as much of that with our parents as possible.

Seesaw offers a window into our classrooms and places children right at the heart of the process. Our pupils post most of the content, choosing what they want to share with you and when they want to share it. When a post is published, you receive a notification and can comment on it providing a two-way communication between school and home. Our children love seeing the comments coming back following a post and parents really enjoy knowing what is happening in school.

If you have not yet consented and signed up for a Seesaw account, please speak to your child’s teacher.

Don’t miss out on all the fabulous things your children do each day!




Seesaw

We use Seesaw digital portfolios with pupils in all classes to ensure parents are able to keep in touch with what is happening in our classrooms. Such a lot goes on in school every single day and we are passionate about sharing as much of that with our parents as possible.

Seesaw offers a window into our classrooms and places children right at the heart of the process. Our pupils post most of the content, choosing what they want to share with you and when they want to share it. When a post is published, you receive a notification and can comment on it providing a two-way communication between school and home. Our children love seeing the comments coming back following a post and parents really enjoy knowing what is happening in school.

If you have not yet consented and signed up for a Seesaw account, please speak to your child’s teacher.

Don’t miss out on all the fabulous things your children do each day!




Please support our super cyclists!

 

Two of our parents have very kindly offered to complete a 100 mile sponsored bike ride  to raise money to further enhance our nature reserve and to boost opportunities for our pupils to enjoy outdoor learning. They have planned a route that visits 18 Lincolnshire nature reserve sites to mark the reason for raising the money. They are riding a mile for every pupil in school and it would be brilliant if you could all spread the word and support them via their Just Giving page at:
 

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/rick-cassell-1?utm_term=jr6ZzJpwK

We would all like to extend a massive thank you to Mr Cassell and Mr Eke who will completing their ride on 16th October and we wish them the best of luck (and some good weather) for the big day!

 




Setting up a new community!

A brand new Oak class is a brand new community. At the start of the year we have looked at Lord of the Flies. It is about how a new community works. We went to the nature reserve and pretended it was a desert island like in the story. We mapped the area and tried to find things that would help us to survive. As well as objects, we thought about what skills and personalities we might need or want.




Summer Stories!

We all hope you are thoroughly enjoying your holidays! We can’t wait to hear all about the fun you’ve been having!




Aye Aye island

Get set for a thrilling journey to the South Seas and Aye Aye island. Oak class are ready to perform the end of term show. Here's a synopsis to get you in the mood...

What a clot! Lord Archibald Ffolliot-Fluffit just wants to study the fruit of the world. When the Co-op can no  longer meet his needs he decides he must set sail to foreign shores. It’s a shame he’s not too careful who he travels with. There are pirates in these parts! Will his friend Jack be able to rescue him with the help of the ambitious Horace Brewster?

Horace Brewster longs to be a captain in the Royal Navy, but he has an embarrassment in his family. His brother Herbert is a horrible pirate captain; obsessed with keel-hauling and keeping up to date with modern piratical         practices.  Just maybe there is money to made out of the odd-looking stowaway on Herbert’s ship.

When Horace learns of a pirate conference on Aye Aye     island he sees the chance to lead his rag-tag crew of         reluctant sailors to win glory by ridding the seas of all       pirates. Will Archie be caught up in the fight? Will his friend Jack be able to save him? Will Herbert ever manage to    pronounce Ffoliot-Fluffit?

 THIS IS AN EX_PARROT!




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