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Ayscoughfee

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  • 21/05/20

    Coronavirus Update

    Thank you all for your continued support and commitment to Ayscoughfee Hall School during these unprecedented times. For the latest information about the school’s preparations and response to COVID-19,  news and updates on our excellent programme of remote learning please click here.
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  • 05/06/20

    Ancient Egypt

    As part of their work on Ancient Egypt, the children in Year 6 have been busy creating a model or picture of something linked to the Ancient Egyptians. The children presented their projects and explained what they had made and how they had made it through the use of Seesaw. We really enjoyed...
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  • 09/03/20

    World Book Day

    We had a fantastic day celebrating World Book Day this year! All of our children looked amazing in their costumes, thank you to everyone for making an effort. Reading is really important and is proven to have a real impact on a child's progress, so please do snuggle up with them at every oppo...
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  • 07/02/20

    Adding Some Fun to Fundraising

    On Friday 7th February we took part in the NSPCC Number Day. It was a wonderful day spent celebrating the school's fantastic maths work and raising funds for the leading children's charity.  Children came into school early to lay down any coppers and small change they had, creating a...
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  • 31/01/20

    Help Australia

    We love it when our pupils use their own initiative and Rupert in Reception made this lovely poster and wondered what we could do to help the Koalas in Australia. With the help of Rupert, our Eco Club and all our lovely children and parents we held a cake stall and Tara from Year 1 sold some of h...
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  • 24/01/20

    Year 6 Artic Explorers

       On Friday 24th January Year 6 spent the day in the Arctic Explorers training camp.       During the course of the day they investigated the types of animals they might             encounter in the Arctic, learned how to tra...
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  • 15/01/20

    Young Voices

    The Junior pupils were given the performance opportunity of a lifetime as they participated as a choir in Young Voices 2020. They joined together with thousands of other children at the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham. They had rehearsed a diverse range of music. The artists this year included Ton...
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  • 02/12/19

    Christmas in the Community

    The choir had a wonderful time and really entered into the community spirit at a local singing competition. They also got to meet the cast of Rapunzel from the local pantomime. Well done to all of them for singing so beautifully. They will be singing 'Ebenezer Scrooge' at our carol concert f...
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  • 02/12/19

    Christmas Unwrapped

    Year 6 visited Spalding Baptist Church for their 'Christmas Unwrapped' session this week. Whilst there, they took part in different activities including biscuit decorating, role play and games aimed at teaching the children about the true meaning of the Christmas story. We all had a fantasti...
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  • 02/12/19

    Christmas Tree Festival

    Our year 3,4 and 5 children have taken part in the Broad Street Methodist Church Christmas Tree Festival. The classes designed Christmas decorations based on the flight from Egypt.   
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  • 18/11/19

    Children In Need

    Thank you once again for all your generosity on our Children in Need Day. The children looked great in their silly socks and odd shoes. We have raised over £140 for an amazing charity. 
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  • 11/11/19

    Lest We Forget

    Thank you to all parents/carers, friends and grandparents who attended our Remembrance assembly today and a big thank you to a Year 10 Spalding Grammar School student who played “The Last Post” for us. The children were all very respectful during this time of reflection.  
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Welland Hall, London Road, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 2TE

Tel: 01775 724733

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