Miss Briggs Miss Wilkinson Mr Hardy Red Class Yellow Class
Jam session at Park House
Some students developing through music and enjoying a high quality musical experience.
Djembe drumming by The Park Gang
We want to provide opportunities for students to develop through music and enjoy high quality musical experiences. Working in partnership with the N E Lincolnshire Music and Performing Arts Service we developed a programme that:
Please have a listen to recordings of our students experiencing djembe drums:
Wellspring Academy art gallery
A collection of the amazing artwork entered into the “Young painter of the year 2017 award”
Prize Winning Pictures from Wellspring Academy
Phoenix Park and Sevenhills Academy Students artwork displayed at Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre. A successful evening followed at the Grimsby town hall where learners received awards and commendations from the Rotary club of Grimsby Havelok. There were commendations for Kye Drury , Lucas Olley , Kerry Marper , Megan Richmond, Keah Snook and Chloe Wrightman. Lewis Knox won Key stage 4 “Young painter of the year 2017 award” for his “Galaxy” artwork, he received his award from the mayor of North East Lincolnshire. Well done to all !
KS2 enjoyed sharing Victorian Christmas traditions with their parents and friends. Parents were treated to some traditional Victorian gifts and a Victorian tea.
We took a trip to St Botolph’s Church in Skidbrooke to inspire us to right some horror stories. We looked around and did some grave rubbings, we even found four graves of Navy men from WWII that were pointing to the sea.
We had heard stories of a monk that haunted the church so we were on the lookout. The monk decided to join us but it was alright in the end as it was only Mr Burns.
We held a coffee morning at Phoenix Park Academy and invited parents, governors and other visitors to the school to help us raise money for a PGL trip for KS3 and playground equipment for KS2. We had a large raffle with prizes varying from a voucher for a haircut to a meal out for two. We also had a name card that was for and iPad mini that was kindly donated by primary IT. We would like to thank all those that came and all those that donated such lovely prizes, we have raised £250 so far and still counting.
KS2 visited the Khedrubje Kadampa Buddhist Centre as part of their RE subject during the term. They enjoyed exploring the peace garden and meditating in the meditation room.
KS3 visited the Arc Animal Shelter to do some volunteering. Whilst here our students had a tour of the site seeing the re-homing area and boarding kennels. Afterwards students got stuck in with helping to muck out stables for horses, goat pens, clean guinea pig hutches and bale hay for horses. Students really enjoyed visiting the Arc and helping out in the community.
KS2 enjoyed sharing their Djembe drumming skills with their parents and friends. Lisa, the drumming teacher, taught the children some clever phrases to aid their rhythm. Parents were amazed at how well they performed after only 5 half hour lessons. Next term, we are moving on to Samba band!