Decorated Tree Competition (December 2017)
This year’s decorated tree competition saw some fabulous entries with a great amount of effort going in to them. The winners and runners up from each Key Stage are pictured here.
A big well done to everyone who entered as it was extremely hard to decide between the entries.
Celebration of Design Technology Work
On Monday 4th December and Wednesday 6th December 2017 we opened the doors to allow the children from Years 1 to 6 to showcase and celebrate their Design Technology projects with friends and family.
It was a fabulous experience and the class representatives were keen to explain to the visitors the journey they had been on to create their finished products.
Each Key Stage created a different product from Fairy House in Key Stage 1, Picture Frames in Lower Key Stage 2 and Bird Houses in Upper Key Stage 2.
All products were available for friends and family to purchase as Christmas gifts.
A big thank you to all friends and family who joined us to celebrate the children's hard work and for the lovely feedback you shared with them and the staff. We looking forward to sharing the next projects with you!
Grange boys and girls give solid account in Nationwide 7 a side football tournament
On September 28th and October 5th, Grange Primary School was well represented at the North East Lincolnshire district of the National primary schools 7 aside football tournament by both its boys team and, for the first time in history, a girls team.
The girl’s team, well supported by the parents, put in an enthusiastic and brave performance when taking into consideration that this was the first playing experience for many of the team.
The team put in an excellent all round effort which was capped with a brilliantly struck penalty kick by team captain Gracie. The future is very bright for these young ladies.
The boy’s team, led by skipper Leo and a core of Year 6 children, endured a strong tournament and can consider themselves unlucky not to reach the regional knock out rounds in Hull in November.
The team got off to a flying start, winning their first two games against St James and New Waltham. An intense battle followed with eventual champions Healing and despite the brave efforts of the players, Grange came up just short. The performance by the team in this tournament means that Grange will go into the season optimistic and full of confidence.
Coach, Mr Wilson, was extremely proud of both teams for representing their school with ‘class on and off the field’. We would also like to thank the parents, friends and teachers who came to support the team.