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Children at Bourne Abbey Primary Academy enjoy a busy half term of activities

Pupils at Bourne Abbey Primary Academy taking part in school council elections. Front from left, Lily Cole and Luke Jones, back from left, Harriet Bavin, Isaac Lodoen, Michael Papaioannou, Tilly Hilder, Holly Gordon, Katie Stanbury, and Lewis Holbrook

Pupils at Bourne Abbey Primary Academy taking part in school council elections. Front from left, Lily Cole and Luke Jones, back from left, Harriet Bavin, Isaac Lodoen, Michael Papaioannou, Tilly Hilder, Holly Gordon, Katie Stanbury, and Lewis Holbrook

The pupils and staff at Bourne Abbey Primary Academy have been busy recently, taking part in school council elections, a themed charity day and receiving royal correspondence.

Year 4 pupil Sophie Wilson has been the talk of the school after she brought in a letter she received from the Queen having written to Her Majesty during the diamond jubilee. Teacher Imogen Murphy said: “Sophie was over the moon, It was all that was talked about for a week.”

Last month pupils and staff came to school dressed as their hero for a day to raise money for charity Help for Heroes. The children dressed as nurses, soldiers, superheroes.

Earlier in the term election fever gripped the school as children campaigned to be elected to the school council. Headteacher Cherry Edwards said: “The school council gives the children a platform to express their views and helps to further enhance their involvement in the school.”

 

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