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08/01/2018   Breaking News: The legendary Willoughby Foods Pirate Treasure Discovered by Wyberton pupils

These two boys used their curiosity and aspiration to achieve to discover hidden pirate treasure at lunchtime today.  Well done boys!

19/12/2017   The Great Oaks Federation Nativity article in the Boston Target 20th December

Look out for both schools appearing in the Nativity special in the Boston Target on 20th December 2017.

15/12/2017   Federation Christingle Service at Boston Stump 8th December

On Friday 8th December Key Stage 2 children from across the Great Oaks Federation joined together for the very first time at St Botolph’s Church (The Stump) in Boston for a Christingle celebration. Children from Wyberton Primary and St Thomas CE Primary were transported in 8 coaches to the church where they were joined by parents, friends and the wider community to give thanks for the life of Jesus Christ and the hope he brought to the world at this time of year. The children had made their own Christingles in preparation with support from The Children’s Society taking the time to consider the special symbolism of each part. During the service which was led by Rev Jane Robertson the congregation sang a number of traditional carols, heard readings and prayers from children from both schools and the combined Great Oaks choir performed. In a moving moment of reflection the 360 children each lit their Christingles and joined together in prayer. It was an amazing and uplifting event that we hope will now become a permanent Great Oaks tradition for many years to come. Our thanks go to the parent volunteers, our church family at St Botolph’s, the staff of Great Oaks and the children for making this such a wonderful experience.

           

11/12/2017   Wyberton Choir ~ Carol Singing Visits

The Wyberton Choir visited Tesco today to sing carols to their customers.  Everyone really enjoyed their beatiful voices and the children raised over £50 for charity.  Well done everyone!

09/10/2017   Black History Month

Today we launched our special curriculum week: Black History Week.

Mrs Roberts launched the week with a special assembly all about shape people. The story taught us that we may be different however together we can help each other and support each other. The shape people began to value differences and enjoyed each other's company.

 

This week we will be celebrating differences around the world and focusing on the values of tolerance, respect and democracy.

27/09/2017   Join us to celebrate Grandparents' Day this Friday

Calling all of our wonderful Grandparents! 

Come and join us in school on Friday 29th September from 9:00 - 10:00 and let us celebrate how wonderful grandparents are together.