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Easter Service 2019

AnimalsUK led our assembly today! It was amazing to meet all their fascinating friends!

Ellison Boulters'

Inter-faith Exhibition

An interactive exhibition to celebrate the diversity of religious beliefs held by families within our Church School family.


On 17th November, we held an interactive exhibition in the school hall as part of Inter-faith Week. There were stands representing Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism and Judaism.


Many families joined us in celebrating each other's faiths by taking part on the day and also through the loan of artefacts and in preparing simple crafts and food to taste. The children and adults wore special clothes to symbolise their religion and prepared their stall to share with their peers.


The children from each class took it in turns to visit each stand and more parents came to join us after school had finished. Everyone who visited learnt so much about the diverse regions of our school and enjoyed learning together. 

Tornado in a bottle!

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Ellison Boulters Easter Service March 2017

Congratulations to our Cross-Country team who were very successful in this term's events. Thanks go to Mrs Green for her great coaching and enthusiasm!

We had a fabulous day with 'Skip 2 B Fit'! We enjoyed counting how many skips we could do in two minutes, especially when our total was more than the teachers! We all improved our scores but no-one could quite beat Hannah from Y6! She managed a massive 275 skips! Well done, Hannah! Congratulations also go to Mrs Cooper - 315 skips! Awesome! 

If you are inspired to challenge yourself and 'Skip 2 B Fit' then why not join in at home. Could you beat Hannah's and Mrs Cooper's incredible scores? 

If you would like a skipping rope, you may purchase one from the office for just £5.

Have a go and tweet us with your scores! Enjoy!

Use this QR code to find the 'Skip 2 B Fit' app!

Who won the final head-to-head?

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Tell us your score and we will give you the answer!

We had a fabulous science themed assembly when DNA David visited us from Mad Science! There was explosions, fire, smoke, magic and much, much more! Amazing!

The school choir were invited to join two other choirs at the the Cathedral on the 8th December for the Co-op carol concert. They had to prepare five carols to sing with the other choirs and after only two rehearsals performed angelically.

We had a brilliant day supporting Children in Need. We wore some amazing outfits to remind us that some children are not as lucky as us. We raised a huge amount of money too that will help all the special children we took time to think about. 

Nick Williams came to visit last week to show us his wonderful wildlife photos. We love seeing his photos and learning all about his different adventures and the wildlife he has encountered.


Do you how many types of shark there are? 

I-Sing Pop

Science Day- A mystery to be solved

Sports Relief

WORLD BOOK DAY 2016 – a wonderful day at Ellison Boulters!


The excitement in school began well before 8am as the staff gathered; we were possibly even more excited than the children! The theme for the day was THE BOOK INSIDE YOU… We focused on what characters we would be if we were to create our very own stories. Some staff and children chose to dress up as characters from books they were already familiar with (did anyone detect an odour pervading the building around Mr Stink, aka Mrs Scott?), some gave an inventive twist to classic tales (EB will always remember The Three Little Stigs and the ferocious leopard!!), some staff invented completely fictional characters (Mrs Hauton will always now be associated with unicorns) and some staff came as themselves as they would appear in a book (although Mrs Howard absolutely maintains there was nothing fictional about her and Mrs Ainsworth’s characters…)


We roared with laughter at Mrs Carter and Mrs Thomas’s attempts to catch dogs (101 Dalmatians); Mr Chudley (a dalmatian) spent much of the day in hiding. Topsy was manning the front desk in place of Mrs Patrick for the day; Mrs Ward and Mrs Murphy spent much of the day looking for their ponies. Mrs Glover was a wonderful Mary Poppins and delighted the children at lunchtime, whilst Mrs Peachman and Miss Vinters were fantastic felines. Mr Magee was most impressive as he reeled off all the food that he had eaten as the VERY hungry caterpillar…


And the children! The children wowed us all with their inventiveness and enthusiasm. We had a huge and wonderful variety of characters who paraded proudly around the hall and it was wonderful to talk to the children about who they had come as and why. We loved the fact that so many children had chosen to invent their own character, giving lots of careful thought to the story they would map out. We are sure that we have a plethora of hugely talented budding future authors in our midst! Thank you so much to everyone for your hard work, enthusiasm and sense of fun. We love books!



World Book Day!

The Air Ambulance came to visit!!

Tag Rugby Tournament! A cold but delightful day where everyone really showed their teamwork skills.

Fundraising for the

'Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance'.

Today we held a bric-a-brac sale and made a 'copper coin copter' on the playground to help raise funds for a new helipad at the QMC in Nottingham. Our efforts raised a whopping £744.69!

Thank you to everyone who supported us! 

FEBA hosted a fabulous afternoon of family fun last Friday!

With games created by the upper school children, delicious ice-creams, a scrumptious BBQ, ultimate frisbee and, not one but two bouncy castles, all the children and their families thoroughly enjoyed themselves. An amazing amount of over £1000 was made and this will go a long way towards the installation of a new 'Trim Trail' on the school field which help all of the children engage in physical and creative play together with their peers. 

Thank you very much to all the FEBA ladies for organising this wonderful event, especially Mrs. Neesham, and thank you to all those that attended and shared the fun! See you next time!

Inspirational sounds from a visiting woodwind quartet...

Key Stage 2 Sports Day

The year 3-6 children and their parents enjoyed a fabulous afternoon in the sunshine as our four house teams competed for the Sports' Trophy. Spitfires were triumphant in the end but all the children demonstrated sporting prowess and great sportsmanship!

Today we celebrated the official commissioning of Mrs. Scott as the Headteacher of Ellison Boulters. The service, attended by pupils, staff, governors, parents and friends, was led by the dynamic Rev. Adam and helped us to reflect on the wonderful work of Mrs. Scott. 

Nick Williams, A.K.A 'The Birdman', visited school this morning and presented another thrilling recount of his wildlife adventures. The children learnt about the habitats and characteristics of many fascinating creatures from various weird and wonderful locations around the globe.

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Red Nose Day 2015!

Funny Faces!

Key Stage 1: A film in a onesie! Not forgetting the popcorn!

Key Stage 2 had an amazing time learning and performing a range of pop songs at their own concerts! Their beautiful voices astounded their audience and the lyrics reflected the key values of Ellison Boulters. Inspirational!


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We celebrated the Jewish festival of Hannukah in assembly today and thought about how their song 'Hevenu Shalom Aleichem' helped us to further consider our own school value of 'Peace'.

Hevenu shalom aleichem,
Hevenu shalom aleichem,
Hevenu shalom aleichem,
Hevenu shalom, shalom
Shalom aleichem.


We brought peace unto you
We brought peace unto you,
We brought peace unto you,
We brought peace, peace
Peace upon you.

Hevenu Shalom Aleichem

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KS1 Christingle Service at St. Edward's Church, Sudbrooke

Rev. Penny Green led our Collective Worship today. She taught us all about the significance of a Christingle Candle and what each element of this represents.

  • The orange represents the world.
  • The candle reminds Christians of Jesus - who they believe to be the light of the world.
  • The red ribbon goes all round the 'world' and being the colour of blood, reminds Christians that Jesus died and of his never-ending love for us.
  • The four cocktail sticks could have either of two meanings; the four seasons or the four corners of the world.
  • The sweets (or sometimes dried fruit) remind Christians of God's gifts to the world including kindness and love.

Children In Need: Superheroes!

Who do the children at Ellison Boulters view as their hero?

Superman, Superwoman, Batman and Robin, Wonderwoman...

A policeman, a nurse, a member of the armed forces...

Dr. Who, Ronaldo, Miley Cyrus...

Whoever their hero, the children demonstrated empathy and compassion as they donned the outfit of their hero, ate an abundance of cakes and raised £400 for Children In Need! An amazing effort that will change the lives of children less fortunate than themselves. Well done!

Faith in the Community

If you are looking for a Reception place for September 2021 please go to Parents page and select **Reception 2021** For any further details please contact Mrs Patrick in the school office.