Well done to this weeks stars of the week.
Well done to this weeks stars of the week.

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  • National Table Tennis champion, Hannah Hicks, has been visiting academies across the David Ross Education Trust (DRET) to inspire pupils to try the sport for themselves. Ranked number four in the
  • Pupils from Edward Heneage Primary School were delighted to receive prizes from the 'Design an Advert' competition, ran by the Grimsby Telegraph. Over the past few weeks the children have worked so
  • We are very proud to award this week’s achievement awards. The first one goes to Owen from Starfish. He shows he is responsible by always behaving well at all times and setting a good example to the
  • Edward Heneage Primary School celebrated ‘100 Years of Harvest’ during their annual Harvest Festival. The service, led by children in years 3 & 4, included interviews, prayers, riddles, drama and
  • Year 5 pupils at Edward Heneage Primary School have been participating in 'Bikability' lessons. Designed to improve cycling proficiency, ‘Bikeability' aims to give children the skills and confidence
  • Pupils at Edward Heneage Primary Academy travelled back in time when a Roman Solider visited the academy. As part of the school’s ‘Roman Day’ the children took part in lots of engaging activities to
  • Pupils from Edward Heneage Primary School were celebrating after being becoming champions in a ‘Mini Olympics’ competition. The event saw pupils compete against six other primaries in the area to
  • Pupils from Edward Heneage Primary School took part in the Summer Cup, a festival of competitive sport that was attended by Olympians and Commonwealth athletes including Dame Kelly Holmes. The event
  • Edward Heneage Primary Academy is developing a series of new initiatives to help further support pupil attainment and outcomes. Following their recent Ofsted Inspection,which graded the school as
  • The Queen’s Baton Relay arrived at six DRET academies in the build up to the Commonwealth Games. The baton has so far travelled over 190,000km through 70 nations and territories and, en-route to

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