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This week's news is live on our Roving Reporters Page!

Please click on the Roving Reporters tab to find out what has been happening in school this week!


Matchbox Artists!

We are delighted to announce that Anita Mortimer, owner of Mortimer's Art Gallery in Horncastle and an artist in her own right, will be judging our matchbox decorating competition. She has also agreed to display some of the mini matchbox masterpieces in her gallery window! Wow!

For more info. see

We would like to extend a massive thank you to Anita for sparing the time to visit our school and share her expertise with us, especially as she is very busy preparing for her own show. Her work will be on show in Horncastle this weekend.

Good Luck!

Wishing Grace’s mum lots of luck for the London Marathon tomorrow!

We will all be thinking of you!

Thank you for supporting us in this amazing way - you are fabulous!

Vacancy for Class Teacher

We are looking for a new class teacher to join our wonderful team!

Please see our vacancies page for more details!

We will be closed Friday 2nd March

Due to the adverse weather conditions, school will remain closed Friday 2 March for the safety of our pupils, their parents and our staff. Travelling in and around Kirkby on Bain is just not safe and we are not prepared to risk your safety. Please stay safe and we will see you next week.


We hope you are enjoying the snow - we would love to see what you have been up to! Can you send us some photos?

If you are running out of ideas why not try these...

How long can you make a snowball last indoors?
How quickly can you make a snowball melt outside?
Build a funny snowman
Make an artistic snow sculpture
How long a tunnel can you make in the snow?
Try painting snow with coloured water (use food colouring?) or paint
Build a sledge using only junk materials
Build the most impresssive looking sledge
What else can you think of? Get creative and send us your ideas!

Send your pictures to



We will remain closed tomorrow, Thursday 1st March.

Take care and stay safe!


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