The biennial whole-school photograph was taken this term with all the children from Nursery to Year 8
Over £2,000 was raised at this year’s May fete and a highlight was the Pie in the Face competition which was won by Mr Ward!
• The PA have funded the new Adventure playground outdoor gym and play fort which the pupils love.
The PA have also funded our new outdoor Pizza Oven. As part of their post CE experience days our Year 8 pupils spent two days learning how to build the oven out of cob.
St Hugh’s pupils were flag bearers during the national anthems at the Olympic Park for the GB Women’s hockey team.
The Junior School play, Shakespeare Rocks, had the audience's toes tapping.
It was lovely to welcome Pacific rower, Meg Dyos, to Speech Day.
At the start of the summer term Year 5 visited Etaples sur mer, near Boulogne in northern France on the annual Year 5 French trip
Reception visited the Eco Centre in Skegness. They explored the woods and hunted for minibeasts
As part of WW2 topic, Year 4 visited the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and celebrated VE day by dressing up.
Our Year 7’s enjoyed a fun filled day at the Big Bang Expo where they learnt all about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
Year 6 had a very wet experience at Castle Rising in Norfolk
There was the annual trip to Ullswater
The annual "bracing" trip to Skegness
A trip to the Lincolnshire Show
Learnt how to build a cob pizza oven
Enjoyed a weekend in the sunshine of Wales
The boarders started off the term with a great evening at the new climbing wall in Lincoln.
At the end of June the boarding house was very busy with our Celebrating Boarding week where we saw over a third of the school boarding either for one day or for the whole week.
It's been a busy term of sport with pupils reaching National Finals in three different sports.
In swimming Harry and Helena swam in the IAPS National Finals and the relay squads reached the English Schools Finals
Our Pop Lacrosse team qualified for the National Finals by winning the Regional Tournament. They went on to win the National Bowl Competition
Four of our athletes also qualified for the National Athletics Finals in Birmingham.
It was a successful cricket season for the U12s as they reached the final of the County Cup. Girls' cricket fixtures were also introduced for the first time.
..and we love our new cricket scoreboard
During the season we saw two hat-tricks by our bowlers
The rounders teams have had a very successful season
At the end of term and after six very successful years, we said goodbye to the Wards. We wish Chris, Angharad, Ava, Phoebe and Sam lots of happiness at West Hill Park in Hampshire.
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