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Important Covid-19 information

The Department for Education has launched a helpline for education staff, parents and pupils to have their questions answered about the Coronavirus. 0800 0468687 DfE.coronavirushelpline@education.gov.uk Opening hours 8am-6pm (Monday to Friday) Stay at home guidance   Letter to parents: COVID 19 Covid 19 school closure 2020 Holding school closure Key worker letter Covid-19   For […]

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Advice on the coronavirus for places of Education

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Mental health week

Mrs Allington has led a few assemblies during Mental health week this week. One to note was laughter yoga. Laughter yoga (Hasyayoga) is a modern exercise involving prolonged voluntary laughter. This type of yoga is based on the belief that voluntary laughter provides similar physiological and psychological benefits as spontaneous laughter. laughter yoga video

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The Big Event – For Young People with SEND

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Christmas events

We were very proud of our Early Years children who successfully performed ‘Christmas Jingles’ and ‘Wriggly Nativity’ to their families. All of the children’s hard work paid off on the day and I am sure you will agree their performances were fantastic. Well done F1 and F2! A big well done to the Year 1 […]

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Children in Need

On Friday 15th November the children dressed up in spotty clothes and donated to the BBC Children in Need Charity.  We had a fun day taking part in activities.  Our challenge was to see if we could fill Pudsey Bear with coins and we achieved it! A huge THANK YOU to everyone that donated! This […]

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Road Safety Education

Dave Cullum, our local Road Safety Education Officer, came to watch the Year 6’s road safety assembly. Mr Cullum and his colleague were amazed by the hard work of all of the pupils in the school and kindly donated reflectors which were handed out alongside all of the high-visibility vests.

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Stand out and be seen day

The children dressed up in their brightest clothing recently as part of our ‘Stand out and be seen day’.  Below are the winners for the brightest dressed on the day, they each received a prize. Our EYFS winner was Alia. Our KS1 winner was Emily. Our KS2 winner was Declan.  

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Ormiston South Parade Academy Receives Prestigious Unicef UK Gold Award

Ormiston South Parade Academy (OSPA), in Grimsby, has been awarded a Gold Award by Unicef UK’s Rights Respecting School Programme. Unicef, the world’s leading organisation working for children and their rights, grants the Rights Respecting Schools Award to schools that show commitment to promoting and realising children’s rights and encouraging adults, children and young people […]

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Rights Respecting Schools Award

Our gold Rights Respecting Schools Assessment was on 6th December and although we do not find out for certain if we have been successful until January, it went fantastically! The assessor was overwhelmed by the pupils and the activities we have completed as a school. The pupils who were interviewed and the Steering Group members […]

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