A huge thank you to Quadring WI and our Friends of School PTA team for raising the funds for our school defibrillator - available for the whole community to use!
Boston & District dance competition winners!!!
Sportshall Athletics Cup Final (we came a superb seventh!)
Young Voices. Sheffield Arena 2018.
Lots of fun had at the Christmas Craft Club!
Congratulations to our 6-a-side Indoor Kwik Cricket Team who have won the Boston & District tournament!
Thank you to so many parents and carers for attending the Christingle service in church today.
Boston Concert Club visit and performance. Thanks to Matthew, Rosie and Onica for performing and BCC for organising.
Bishop of Grantham and Reverend Walters visit
Highlights from the small schools football tournament where we reach the final!
The annual sponsored walk was very successful.
Mrs Bemrose, Mr Kelwick and Mr Cartwright have been very busy clearing the playground seating area.
The Fantastic Year 5/6 Production of 'Goodbye My Friend'
Picture highlighs for our fourth place team finish at the Sportshall County Finals.
Congratulations to our Year 5 Kwik Cricket Team
We are extremely proud of our Year 5 kwik cricket team who won their Boston & District tournament to qualify for the county finals.
They did us very proud and came 5th from the whole county.
Well done guys you were brilliant - and such fantastic sports!
Science Open Afternoon
Boston's Got Talent!
Our school dance group have been on the radio! Endeavour FM played snippets from Boston's Got Talent. Take a listen to the fantastic singing and the audience and judges reactions to our winning routine!
Wow! Well done to our school dance group who performed amazingly well at Boston's Got Talent last night. Our Robins group came third in the group section and our "Food Glorious Food" group were winners of this section! Not to mention our school WINNING "Best Overall!" We are so proud of all of you!
Well done to our girls cricket team who came fourth in the Boston & District Sports Girls cricket tournament on Thursday!
Our pupils were very successful today at the TCHS Sports Day. They all tried their hardest and their behaviour was impeccable!
Well done to our cricket team who participated in the Boston & District Y6 cricket tournament. You were brilliant!
Gosberton flower festival
Our Orchard class and Year 1 children have been very busy this week preparing our school display for the Gosberton Church flower festival. This year's theme is "childhood memories" so as a group we thought of different things we like to do and places we like to visit.
"The seaside" was an overwhelming favourite with the children and so our idea was set! They thought of lots of different things they like to do whilst at the coast and we rallied round to find appropriate items within school. All children involved also worked like absolute troopers, making craft flowers to create the beach and the sea.
We hope you like our display - please go and visit Gosberton church over the next week if you get the chance!
The children turned the tables on the teachers today when they hosted the quiz 'Test the Teacher'. The children were fantastic - it was the teachers who were badly behaved...!
Dance development afternoon
Eleven of our year 3 & 4 pupils had the opportunity to go to Boston High School for an afternoon as part of the Boston and District dance development initiative. They worked as a group to learn a routine, choreographed by the High school pupils themselves. It was a great afternoon and the children tried so hard, really impressing us!
World Book Day 2017
Netball Skills Tournament
National Storytelling Week - 2nd February 2017
Highlights from Quadring Primary first ever Gymnastics County Finals
Quadring Primary are the 2017 Plate Champions!
Everyone enjoyed the Christmas Party today!
The staff wore their finest Christmas jumpers at Christmas lunch.
Orchard's performance of 'Christmas Around the World'.
The Christingle Service was magical.
We raised £165.17 for Children in Need
We celebrated Diwali in school by dressing up in our brightest clothes and taking part in various different Hindu activities throughout the day. We learnt and acted out the story of Rama and Sita, made lots of Diwali based crafts such as Diva lamps and Mendhi patterns, cooked traditional Hindu sweets and learnt some Indian dance moves. It was a fantastic day and here is a taster of our display at the end of the day!
Diwali day - Role-playing Rama and Sita
Diwali day - Arts and crafts
Diwali day - Cooking and dance workshops
Cancer Research Team 25k Charity Run