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Primary pupils from several schools across the Louth area enjoyed a day of mentoring by P.E. students at Louth Academy.

As part of their Sports Leaders qualification, Year 9 students acted as coaches for primary children from Years 5 and 6, with 180 children from the area's larger primaries competing in one session, and 150 children from the smaller schools in another.

Rob Colbert, Vice Principal of Louth Academy said: "The children took part in a wide variety of events, including an obstacle relay, one and two lap relays, 6 lap parrlauf, under/over relay, and a 4 x 1 lap relay. They had to do a chest push (ball), standing long jump, standing triple jump, vertical jump, soft javelin and speed bounce. All these events are fast paced and good fun for the young pupils, who really enjoyed themselves and learned some new skills along the way.

St Michael's won the larger schools' event and Grasby All Saint's Primary pupils were victorious in the smaller school'’ event.

Terrific Triathlete!

We were delighted to welcome back our former pupil Caitlin Bower for the morning (Wednesday 28th June 2017).

Caitlin recently represented the GB team in the age 20 - 24 group in the Triathlon Sprint in Dusseldorf.  She brought along her bikes and equipment to show and inspire our year 5 and 6's.

Hearts and Smiles!

Our local PCSO Dawn, decided that there had been too much bad news around the UK recently.  Armed with her camera she took a selfie with the year 6's to send hearts and smiles to the other police forces across the country to let them know that we are thinking of them.

Class 4's culinary delights!

Class 4 rustled up cups of carrot and coriander soup served with a choice of wholemeal or plain bread.  All home-made and all very delicious!

Christian Aid Day, 26th May 2017 £282.45 was raised by the pupils of our school.

Stalls, fun and laughter was the order of the day, and all in a good cause!

Sports Day 20th June 2017