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All the students have been learning about the Pilgrim Fathers and their journey to America aboard the Mayflower 400 years ago. To commemorate this historical event, each class has joined in the national celebrations by making and designing their Illuminate Lanterns.
Children in Need Day 2020
Remembrance Day 2020
HAPPY HARVEST FESTIVAL 2020
Although this year has been very different the staff and students at Aegir still celebrated Harvest.
We were treated to a parade by some very interesting vintage, classic and new tractors. We also decorated the school with Scarecrows and Harvest wreaths created by our students.
A huge Thank You to everyone who contributed to our Harvest donation to the Salvation Army.
19.03.20 - Easter has come a little bit early this year - thanks to Noble Foods for bringing us these lovely Easter Eggs to enjoy!!
On Tuesday 3rd March 2020 Jasmine represented Aegir - A Specialist Academy at the Lincoln Music and Drama Festival 2020 - the first time a student from Aegir has entered the event. Jasmine was entered for two poetry classes: Up to Y9 Light Verse Speaking and Up to Y9 Verse Speaking. Jasmine learned both poems by heart 'Visit to a Graveyard' by Eric Finney which was 8 verses long and 'Old Man Platypus' by A.B. (Banjo) Patterson - 5 verses long. Jasmine was placed third in the Verse Speaking Class which was a tremendous result!
Aegir Scouts go camping in the cold!
On the 5th February, 4th Gainsborough, 1st Mayflower Academy Scout group went to Laughterton campsite to stay over.
When we arrived we pitched our tents and set up our beds. We then played football and board games.
We had pizza and chips for tea and Mrs Buxton came to visit.
We then had a campfire and sang songs and toasted marshmallows. We kept doing that until most of us were really tired and went to sleep.
The next day it was cold and there was frost on the tents.
We had sausage sandwiches and cereal for breakfast. We played some games and sat around the fire.
We walked to the river Trent and practised map reading skills. We enjoyed breaking the ice on the puddles.
We then packed away the tents, tidied up, loaded the bus and went back to school.
The Scouts really enjoyed the camp, here is what they thought:
“It was cold, but it was worth it for the experience”
“I was really happy”
“It was good”
“Fun and Freezing”.
By Hawk Patrol
One of our Year 11s has created, made and laminated certificates in preparation for the Football Tournament we are hosting on Friday 7th February. What a superb example of our school values!
Scouts enjoyed their first night away this year on Wednesday 5th February, supported by the amazing staff team. It was cold but they were all in good spirits, displaying the school values brilliantly and looked forward to toasting marshmallows around the campfire.
On Monday 3rd February 11GJ went on an intrepid journey… to the National Space Centre at Leicester. The visit supported learning of our ASDAN Science topic ‘Space Physics’. We had a great day, learning about how the universe came into being, the importance of space travel and how mankind explores our solar system. We recommend a visit, also, the café sells lovely coffee and amazing jacket potatoes.
A huge thank you to our friends at Noble foods who have donated a selection box for every child in the school on Thursday 19th December.
18th December 2019 - The focus of our Christmas Celebration were the values that are displayed during the festive period. Our pupils created displays and poetry about their chosen value and presented them to parents, carers and governors during a lively, song-filled Christmas concert. Thank you to all those who attended.
PRESENTATION EVENING 2019
Staff, Students, Parents and Carers and Governors enjoyed a superb Presentation Evening on 16th October celebrating the successes of our students both in their exams and through their dedication to following the school values.
Staff and students worked hard to provide cakes and drinks for all of our supporters on Macmillan Coffee Morning 27th September 2019.
On Friday 20th September 2019 our students enjoyed watching and participating in the Splash! performance as well as learning about important global issues.