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A BIG THANK YOU!
Thank you to everyone that took part in the ‘Working Party’ up at the Forest School on Saturday.
The mass team effort has meant we now have a finished base laid, ready for the arrival of the new shed. We also erected two dry log cabins next to both fire pits and built a leaf mulch composter!
Thanks again we couldn’t do it without you! View more pics...
At Sandon School we are looking into life cycles within science lessons, in particular life cycles of chickens and butterfly’s.Rather than showing our pupils on the internet, we really wanted to bring the science curriculum to life. In order to achieve this, we have hired a chicken incubator and several indoor butterfly gardens, to enable our pupils across all the key stages to see new life emerging before their eyes, helping them to gain an understanding of life cycles first hand! Read more...
GANF student visits Buckingham Palace!Matthew Crow, a Sixth Form student at Sandon School, was fortunate enough to be invited to a Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace.
On 12 May 2016, by kind permission of Barnardo’s Patron Her Majesty the Queen, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall hosted a Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace to commemorate the charity’s 150th anniversary. The event was to thank dedicated staff, volunteers and supporters for their hard work and commitment as well as celebrate the many achievements of the millions of people Barnardo’s has supported.
GANF student wins 'Best Female Cadet'!
GANF student, Cadet Presley, won ‘Best Cadet’ at the ACF Junior Camp during half term!
She spent 5 days at Beckingham Training Camp with The ACF, taking in all the training and making new friends. Cadet Presley completed a number of different military tasks including, First Aid, map reading and, of course, how to march in step.
Fun at the Farm
Trent Class won ‘Class of the Term’ at the end of 2015, so they celebrated in style last week with a full class visit to the Fun Farm in Grantham.
The pupils had so much fun and even the staff had a go on the slides, which the pupils really enjoyed! So much laughing took place and pupils had endless fun exploring and climbing in the ball pools, tube slides, deck climbs and rope swings, the children were able to exercise their imagination fully!
Ambergate Footy Triumph!
Ambergate’s Upper School Football Team travelled to Spalding on a wet and windy afternoon yesterday to face the Priory School.
The match started with both teams battling well but both struggling to keep the ball down on the muddy surface. After a scrappy opening, 20 minutes in, Ambergate Captain, Harry Foxon, opened the scoring with a superb individual effort. Foxon took the ball from his own half at pace, cutting in from the left and beating a defender, slotting the ball impressively past the goalkeeper into the far right hand corner. The goal immediately lifted the players and Ambergate were unstoppable for the rest of the half. Read more...
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