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From swashbuckling and star gazing to paper planes and prizes...

Year One pupils at Spalding's Ayscoughfee Hall School get ready to take to the high seas during their pirate day.

Year One pupils at Spalding's Ayscoughfee Hall School get ready to take to the high seas during their pirate day.

Youngsters across South Holland have been up to all sorts of activities over the past few weeks.

Youngsters across South Holland have been up to all sorts of activities over the past few weeks.

Our pictures show just some of the fun events our schools have been involved with.

Spalding’s Ayscoughfee Hall School held a pirate day for youngsters in Year One with children and staff dressing up as swashbuckling masters of the high seas.

Staff from Molsom Opticians in Donington went along to Donington Cowley Primary School as part of the See Ahead children’s eye health campaign.

While there they spoke to the children about the importance of eye health and tests.

Children at Gosberton Clough and Risegate Primary School learned about the universe thanks to a visit from the Starlincs mobile planetarium.

Pinchbeck East Primary School held a Dads, Lads and Lasses event to get dads more involved in school activities.

They enjoyed making paper planes and doing various fun experiments.

Staff and children at the Moulton John Harrox Primary School are celebrating the culmination of two years’ hard work.

The school has been presented with a silver Primary Science Quality Mark which reflects the quality of science teaching at the school.

Holbeach Primary School youngsters found out about Indian customs and traditions during a Diwali day.

They enjoyed food tasting thanks to Tulip Tandoori, Spalding and Chameli in Holbeach and researched traditional dress as well.

 

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