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When discussing our achievements at SPCEDS I am always mindful of the Maori Proverb: image - OfSTED Quote Identifies Underachievement Jan 2010

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi engari

he toa takitini taku toa

which translated is;

My achievement is not mine alone but that of the collective.

Everyone involved in our community work hard together for the benefit of the children.

As an African Proverb states: It takes a whole village to educate a child.

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School Games Silver mark for P.E!

Good news! The school has been awarded a School Games Silver mark for P.E!

The School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Schools in England are assessed in areas such as participation levels in physical activity, sport and competition as well as how we provide and promote physical education in the school.

We have had a lot of physical activity this year including our successful National Sports Week which saw us make a great number of community links. New sports such as Lacrosse have been a huge success with a team representing school in the County Finals and also being enjoyed by adults and children during our Stay and Play sessions after school. Already this academic year (2017/18) we have joined in with Joe Wicks’ (The Body Coach) national campaign to get fit and active across Year 5 and 6. We have a number of Sports Club available and cannot wait to put P.E. well and truly back on the map for SPCEDS. 

SPCEDS has been awarded the School Food Standards Certification

SPCEDS is now just one of three Lincolnshire schools to have been awarded this certification. Our kitchen staff have worked really hard ensuring the children are receiving healthy, tasty and nutritious meals.