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SNOW SCHOOL!

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

maple.class@kobps.lincs.sch.uk

chestnut.class@kobps.lincs.sch.uk

willow.class@kobps.lincs.sch.uk

oak.class@kobps.lincs.sch.uk

 

 


We will remain closed tomorrow, Thursday 1st March.

Take care and stay safe!

 


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 are closed today!

Due to the weather and driving conditions in and around Kirkby on Bain, we are closed today.

Your safety is more important. Enjoy the snow - have fun and take care!


We are closed again tomorrow

Please note: School will remain closed Thursday 1st March


Exciting Times!

Our recently qualified playleaders are now a well-established part of our lunchtime breaks; we have some new storage for exciting equipment and our playground is beginning to evolve!

Watch this space for further developments!

If you have any pipe, cable reels, large boxes, milk crates, cardboard tubes or any other exciting bits and pieces that our pupils might enjoy building with or investigating, please let us know.


Rainbow Day - an update!

I am sure you will be aware of the valuable work that Rainbows Hospice do from previous correspondence and via your child/children following discussions in class.

They make a massive difference to the lives and emotional wellbeing of many families, including one of our own. We are delighted to have been able to make a contribution to help them continue their great work. Our recent fundraiser raised £99.58!

Our pupils will be finding out more about Rainbows Hospice in school and will have a chance to ask questions when a representative visits us to collect our cheque. It will be brilliant to find out about their work first-hand.

We have already supported many charities this year. If anyone has a cause that is important to them, especially if there is a direct connection to our pupils, please let us know. We would be very happy to help if we can.


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