The EDWARD RICHARDSON Primary School - Summer update

The school for the village and surrounding area.

As the majority of Hagworthingham children attend The Edward Richardson Primary School, this is your opportunity to keep in touch.

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Edward Richardson Primary School

"We are proud to be the only primary school in Lincolnshire to have achieved recognition through the Full International School Award on four separate occasions (2003, 2006, 2009 and 2012).  In total only 33 primary schools out of over 21,300 have managed this many ISA recognitions".

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Summer update.....

http://www.edward-richardson.lincs.sch.uk/

The primary school which serves Tetford, Hagworthingham, Fulletby, Belchford and almost thirty other rural communities in the southern Wolds.

Induction of pupils who will start school in September is now well under way. Visits are welcome from parents of children who are due to start school in September 2014 (date of birth 1st Sept 2009 – 31st August 2010). We are expecting a bumper year!

The school swimming pool has just begun its summer season with every pupil swimming every day for six weeks. Many activities have taken place with pupils taking part in the ‘K’Nex Crane Challenge, Year 5 pupils completing Bikeability training and the school teams participating in hockey and sitting volleyball competitions.

The school has entered the Royal Institute of British Architects ‘Design a Beach Hut’ competition and emerged with the winning entry. Pupils at the school who came up with the winning design, ‘The Do-Hut’, a curved structure shaped like a donut, will see their concept constructed by Lindum Group, who are sponsoring the project with significant support including materials and labour. The students’ design has been transformed into architects’ drawings and plans in preparation for the building process; the winning design will be unveiled as part of the Bathing Beauties Festival in September. Andrew Hyde (The Edward Richardson Primary School)