News

Sheep Stampede - BBC School Report

Fleeing sheep crushed to death from scare by dog

Journalist: Josh

Sheep

Pollution to Hit UK - BBC School Report 2016

Pollution Problems

Journalists: Sam and Denise.

Pollution Problem

Warning!  High air pollution is occuring across the UK!

The elderly and those with lung problems have been told to avoid doing heavy excercise outside.   In some places it is 10 out of 10 on pollution.

Stride for Sturton - BBC School Report 2016

Stupendous Sturton Stride.

Journalists: Hermione and Darcy

Sturton Stride

On the 24th of April, Mark Elliott, Headteacher of Sturton Le Steeple Church of England Primary School is hosting a 5KM run.  For Primary School children to run the race costs £6 and all other entries are £10.  All the money will go to Sturton's new school extension, which will finish approximately around September.  

Smashing Spider Species - BBC School Report 2016

Special Spider Species Makes A Splash!

Journalist: Eva and George

Brian the Spider

A new species of spider has been found and named after the scientist, Professor Biran Greene.

It was found on the 9th of March 2016 in Queensland, Australia.

 

Budding reporters in training for News Day

21 Year 5 pupils have joined students from the Elizabethan Academy in preparation for the BBC School Report on 10 March.

Maths Revision Sessions for Year 11

The Mathematics department is offering after school revision support for Year 11 students

New online Book Club

Our new Scholastic on- line Book Club is up and running!

Year 8 Options Evening

There was an excellent turn out for the Year 8 Options Evening on Thursday, and feedback from parents we spoke to was very positive.

Arts Council England recognises Elizabethan Talent

Staff and students at the Elizabethan Academy were overjoyed last week to hear that the work of their Expressive Arts department had been recognised by Arts Council England.

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