Junior Cranmer Awards

Great news – our Worship Group travelled to St Nicolas Academy today to participate in the Junior Cranmer Awards. Despite having to learn new parts over the weekend and also our taxi being VERY late, our very professional group were wonderful and are now through to the next round in April! Well done to Oliver (leading the group), Amber, Samran, Anya, Emma, Andrew and Leo. Thank you to Jane Udall for the super work she has been doing with the group and travelling with them today.

Pupil Blog – 2nd May 2018

The Wasps came in again last week to teach the year 4 to 5 children Tag Rugby. They gave us free tickets to watch them play Northampton. The Wasps won to the delight of the Bournebrook children that went. There was a great atmosphere!

Continuing with sporting news, the boys football team played two games on Thursday. It was a great occasion with us losing the first match against Milverton right at the end 1-0 and winning the next one 2-0 with goals from Dawson! A big thank you to Mr Mears for working hard with the team and anybody who spectated the match for braving the hot sun and supporting us.

Myton Hospice came in today to give us another assembly on how we could help people in need and facing difficult illnesses. She has opened up a fundraising scheme to raise money. All children will be given  an envelope and some simple tasks to do. These tasks will be sponsored and at the end, an envelope will be pulled out at random and whoever is picked will win a teddy bear.

Thank you for reading our blog. If you know friends and family would like to read this then recommend it to them. Make sure to check in next week for Bournebrook news.

 

Isaac and Toby

 

 

Isaac and Toby’s Pupil Blog-2nd May

The Wasps came in again last week to teach the year 4 to 5 children Tag Rugby. They gave us free tickets to watch them play Northampton. The Wasps won to the delight of the Bournebrook children that went. There was a great atmosphere!

Continuing with sporting news, the boys football team played two games on Thursday. It was a great occasion with us losing the first match against Milverton right at the end 1-0 and winning the next one 2-0 with goals from Dawson! A big thank you to Mr Mears for working hard with the team and anybody who spectated the match for braving the hot sun and supporting us.

Myton Hospice came in today to give us another assembly on how we could help people in need and facing difficult illnesses. She has opened up a fundraising scheme to raise money. All children will be given  an envelope and some simple tasks to do. These tasks will be sponsored and at the end, an envelope will be pulled out at random and whoever is picked will win a teddy bear.

Thank you for reading our blog. If you know friends and family would like to read this then recommend it to them. Make sure to check in next week for Bournebrook news.

 

 

 

Could you sponsor a laptop?

Bournebrook is launching a project to find twelve companies (or individuals) who would each be willing to sponsor one laptop or desktop to enable our children to no longer have to share when working in the ICT suite.

It saddens me greatly to know that not too many miles from here, inner city schools have laptops, ipads and ipods coming out of their ears.  I personally know of one school where there are 30 ipods sitting in the headteacher’s office unused as they have too many!

Our children deserve to be able to work alone at a computer. It shouldn’t be too much to ask, however the formulas around school funding do not allow us to provide this.

The cost to each company would be £450 and for this we would shamelessly advertise your company on our website, FB page and newsletters.  If you think you can help us, please call Mrs Patchett on 01676 540390.

Thank you.

Could you sponsor a laptop?

Bournebrook is launching a project to find twelve companies (or individuals) who would each be willing to sponsor one laptop or desktop to enable our children to no longer have to share when working in the ICT suite.

It saddens me greatly to know that not too many miles from here, inner city schools have laptops, ipads and ipods coming out of their ears.  I personally know of one school where there are 30 ipods sitting in the headteacher’s office unused as they have too many!

Our children deserve to be able to work alone at a computer. It shouldn’t be too much to ask, however the formulas around school funding do not allow us to provide this.

The cost to each company would be £450 and for this we would shamelessly advertise your company on our website, FB page and newsletters.  If you think you can help us, please call Mrs Patchett on 01676 540390.

Thank you.

Author Visit – Kristina Gray

We look forward to welcoming local author, Kristina Gray, to Bournebrook.  She will be talking to all KS1 and KS2 children, who will have the chance to purchase her book at a special price and have it signed by the author.

You can find out about the book by clicking here.