Poppies and poppy related products are now available from the school offices.
The photographer will be in both schools, on the morning of Thursday 8th November, to take individual and family photographs.
Children across both schools will take part in a Race for Life event.
Shepeau Stow in the morning of 4th July and Gedney Hill in the afternoon of 4th July. All the children will bring home a sponsor form and a label for their back if you would like them to wear one. We are asking the children to wear something pink on the day. We also have a Just Giving page set up
https://fundraise.cancerresearchuk.org/page/shepeau-stow-gedney-hill-schools please feel free to share with friends. Last time we raised almost £1000 – it would be great to beat this amount this year.
We are unable to upload documents/pictures to the website, we apologise for the ongoing problem
Please check the gallery for a picture of the children wearing their Singsation tops
Shepeau Stow School
A hive of industry
Eagles prepare for the Easter Fayre
Gedney Hill will also be having their Easter Fayre on Monday 26th March, 2pm until 3.00pm
Gedney Hill Hockey Team
Message from Mr Carr:
Six superstars from Gedney Hill represented the whole region of Holbeach on Tuesday 20th February. They have done everyone proud with an excellent display of Hockey. Unfortunately goals seemed much harder to score and Finley Durston, Finlay Berry and Jake Day battled well in midfield. The boys clearly faced a very experienced opposition but simply didn’t give up. The girls, Aleah Wilson, Maja Poczatek and Tillie Shaw made an extremely solid defensive wall and Tillie even grabbed her first goal. Well done to all players! Congratulations to the overall winners, Bourne Abbey Primary Academy.
Eagles and Swallows class had the opportunity to visit the Education Centre at Stibbington, Peterborough.They enjoyed an Evacuation Day where the clock was turned back to the 1940s!