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Hallowe'en Treat ShopPublished 10/10/22
Seathorne PTA presents...
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Queen Elizabeth II 1926 - 2022Published 08/09/22
Today, we mourn the passing of Her Royal Highness, Queen Elizabeth II
1926 - 2022
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Welcome Back for 2022-2023Published 04/09/22
We are really looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow, Monday 5th September.
Here are just a few reminders that have been shared over the last few days and some other bits of information for you:
Our School Day
- Both the KS1 and KS2 gates will be opened at 8:35am for arrivals.
- Parents will be responsible for their children until 8:40am when staff will be available to greet your children.
- We have a prompt start to the school day and will be shutting classroom doors at the following times:
9:00am for Nursery
8:50am for Reception and Y1
8:45am for Y2 to Y6
- Look out for members of our safeguarding team to help direct you to the right drop off points.
- The gates will open again at 3:00pm for departures.
- We operate a Safe "Hand Over" Policy - please choose/update your password using the form found by clicking on this link:
- The end of the school day will be at the following times:
3:00pm for Nursery
3:10pm for Reception and Y1
3:15pm for Y2 to Y6
- Once again, look out for members of our safeguarding team to help direct you to the right drop off points.
- The days in which each group should come to school wearing their PE kits was shared yesterday. Here is the summary:
- Seathorne strives to be a "nut-free" school. We have made this commitment to follow nut-free guidelines for the safety and health of all our students. We need each student, teacher and parent to help us make Seathorne a safer place for children who have food allergies.
- If your child accidentally brings nuts to school, they will have the option of eating food with nuts at a designated nut table or saving the item for home. In these instances, we will endeavour to provide a nut-free alternative so your child doesn't go hungry.
- Please make sure your child/ren dress appropriately for the weather conditions and that they bring a coat and hat to school with them in case the weather changes.
Mr. M. Wood
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Seathorne Academy joins the Greenwood Academies Trust on 1 September 2019Published 20/08/19
Seathorne Primary Academy (formerly The Skegness Seathorne Primary School) in Skegness, Lincolnshire, will join the Greenwood Academies Trust on 1 September 2019. Since September 2018, the Leadership Team of the Trust has been working alongside the school to provide strategic support for teaching and learning.
With Seathorne Primary Academy joining the Trust, this now takes the number of academies sponsored by the Trust to 35, with 7 academies specifically in Lincholnshire, educating over 17,000 pupils. The Academy caters for pupils from 3-11.
From 1 September 2019, the Academy will also have a new Principal, Mrs Kris Radford, to lead the Academy.
Kris has lived and worked in Lincolnshire for over 20 years, nearly 11 of which in recent years, she has been as Headteacher of a primary school in South Kesteven, followed by one year working with an Academy Leadership Team in Peterborough within the Trust.
Wayne Norrie, Chief Executive of Greenwood Academies Trust, said:
“I am delighted that Seathorne Primary Academy has joined the Trust and really pleased to have attracted a great new Principal to lead the academy. Mrs K Radford will be an excellent leader for this new academy joining the Trust”.
Mrs Kris Radford, Principal of Seathorne Primary Academy, said:
“I had always intended to return to Lincolnshire and I couldn’t have found a better place for that than Seathorne Primary Academy. I can see that the team have worked extremely hard this year to ensure the pupils were able to make the best of their time in school and there are already great things planned for their learning from September. The pupils themselves have been a pleasure to meet and I look forward to getting to the know them all in the coming months”.