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Our Value for this half term is Friendship.

Our Christian Vision and Values

We are very proud of our SIAMS report.

 

"Learning Together with Hope. Aspiring to be Agents of Change"

 

In our inclusive church school community we learn together, encouraging curiosity, valuing every voice and supporting each to flourish. We strive to become courageous agents of change in the world with kindness, resilience and wisdom"

 

"Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people..."

Galatians 6:10

 

All that we do at Gunness and Burringham CofE is shaped by our vision and the outcomes that we want for our children and community. Three words from our vision shape our curriculum, and improve outcomes for children, ensuring that all children flourish and have the opportunity to learn together to become Agents of Change. 

 

Wisdom,

Resilience

Inclusive

 

 

Welcome to our church...

 

Our Church, St Barnabus,is situated in the village of Gunness and is a short walk from our school. It is in the Pointed Style and has a chancel nave, a south porch, and a belfry which contains one bell.  It was restored in 1902 and has around 60 seats, the registers dates back all the way to 1851.

 

We visit our church to celebrate, reflect, respond and remember and look forward to welcoming our community to join us for Christingle, Harvest, Remembrance and Easter Celebrations.

 

 

              

 

                                          

 

Our Church Family

 

We are very proud to be part of a strong church school family. We have a positive relationship with Reverend David Swannick. Reverend David joins us in school and leads Collective Worship, sharing our vision and promoting our school values through stories, songs and prayers. 

 

We also invite and welcome Alaina from The New Life Church into school to join us for Collective Worships. 

 

 

We are Agents of Change and Live Our Vision through our Values...

 

Respect

Hope

Friendship

Compassion
Tolerance

Equality

 

 

Mac Millan Coffee Afternoon

 

 

A wonderful event for a worth while cause. Our community raised over £400! 

"Inclusive and Agents of Change"

 

"Compassion"

 

 

We shall remember...

 

We raised an incredible £135.62 for the Royal British Legion, supporting veterans and their families. 

 

 

"Compassion and Hope"

 

Christmas Toy Donations... 

 

One child went with her dad to deliver Christmas toys to the hospital as part of the Scunthorpe Bike Club.

 

 

"Compassion, Hope and Friendship"

 

Community Litter Picking...

 

A group of children organised their own litter picking sessions over weekends to tidy up the local community.

 

 

 

"Respect, Tolerance, Compassion"

 

Birthday Wishes to HRH King Charles...

 

 

Children in Foundation Stage made and sent a birthday card to King Charles, we were thrilled to receive a reply!

 

 

"Friendship and Respect"

 

Supporting Local Food Banks...

 

Our local community supported the Scunthorpe Food Bank with kind donations.

 

 

"Respect, Equality, Compassion, Hope"

 

Flower Delivery...

 

We walked to our local care home to deliver hand tied flower arrangements, bringing happiness to residents.

 

 

"Compassion, Friendship, Hope, Respect"

 

Community Card Delivery...

 

We deliver hand made Christmas Cards and Easter Cards to our local community, a new tradition of the school that is widely appreciated by so many.

 

 

"Compassion, Friendship, Respect"

 

 

We all Learn Together to be "Agents of Change"

 

 

 

Children and staff continue to learn...

 

smileyChildren are celebrate their out of school learning in Celebration Worship weekly.

smileyAll staff at Gunness and Burringham Primary School have recently completed a Mental Health Training Course.

smileyMrs Guilfoyle, Mrs Rawson, Mrs Chapman and Mrs Silabon Potter has completed a fist aid course.

smileyMrs Guilfoyle has completed a Book Champion course.

smileyMrs Sowerby and Mrs Eastwood has completed a course on Christianity, Islam and Hinduism.

smileyMiss Haworth is working with teachers from other schools to support the practice of SEND

smileyMiss Harrison is working with a teacher from another school to support the practice of Early Years

smileyMrs Sharp is a writing moderator for the local authority team.

smileyMrs Burrows has completed Senior Mental Health Training

smileyMiss Pitman had completed Food Hygiene and Allergy awareness training 

smileyAll staff have completed recent Phonic training with Miss Haworth receiving further expert training. 

 

Our community continue to learn... 

 

smiley Renae's Mum is a sergeant in the Police Force.

smiley George's Mum is the Manager of a Nursery

smiley Adelle Suzanne is Manager Practitioner in prisons.

smiley Emma Spicer is a Paediatric Neonatal Matron

smiley Chris Baker is a Senior Plant Manager in a Steelmaking Factory

smiley Gemma Laister is a BBC News Reporter

smiley Abbie McBean is a British Airways Cabin Crew Manager

smiley Kate Etridge is a Veterinary Nurse

smiley Phil Wigham is a Health and Safety Consultant

 

If you attended Gunness and Burringham Primary School as a child, contact the school to be added to our "Learning Together" wall of recognition. Let's celebrate together!

                                            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

        

 

 

                                  

                                                        

 

                              

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