We are very keen that the school plays it role as part of the Burgh le Marsh community. On this page you can find details of some of the community activities we take part in as well as details of local community groups.
Bishop Christopher has written to us with his Easter message.
Read Bishop Christopher's Easter letter.
A BIG THANK YOU! Friday 24th March
Thank you to everyone who bought a red nose, came to school in non-uniform and/or with crazy hair, or entered our design a red nose competition. The School Council are delighted with how well we did for Comic Relief this year. Final totals to be announced next week! Congratulations to our winners who were presented with their prizes during Father Terry's assembly on Red Nose Day!
Celebrating Diversity 9 February
Our Junior PCSO’s led worship this morning on “Celebrating Diversity” and how children can get help if someone is being unkind or bullying them for their differences. Remember tell an adult whether it is happening in school or at home or anywhere else. Remember it is good to be different!
Bishop Christopher has written to us with his Christmas message. Read Bishop Christopher's Christmas letter.
Competition Winners 25 November
Winners of the Year 3 competition to design a Christmas card for Father Terry and the parish church to send to all local residents of Burgh-le-Marsh.
Well Done 18 November
Lily's KS1 winning design for Children in Need competition run by the School Council.
Burgh School Remembers 11 November
Bikeability Training 8 November
Year 6 have undertaken Bikeability Training over the last few days and are nearing completion of their course. Well done to all who took part and thank you to all the trainers who came along to support them.
Biking can be lots of fun but making sure that you ride safely is essential, unfortunately accidents happen and if you can’t ride safely or if you ride without the required equipment you could get seriously injured.
Riding with a bike helmet is crucial but what you might not know is that your bike might not be roadworthy, so checking your bike before you ride on it is very important. The ABCD (air, brake, chain and drop) check is one of the most popular ways to check your bike as it is simple but will tell you if something is loose or broken. You should also check your bike once a week with a maintenance check by looking for any loose spokes or bolts, always make sure that your trousers or laces don’t get caught in the chain as this could cause you to fall over.
Alfie Fletcher Y6
Burgh Baptist Church
King’s Club our young group for 6 to 9’s
Kings club is an after school club for primary school children from reception to year 4. The aim of the club is to teach the children about God's word and the love of Christ in a way that they can understand. We do this through a program of fun and interactive activities that includes: children's worship songs, DVD’s, audio books, interactive stories, crafts and games.
Tuesdays 6-7 pm (Term time only). Cost 50p a week.
For more information contact Becky on 01754 811260 or 07504407939
Sunday Club at Burgh Baptist Church…
We are very much a family Church at Burgh Baptist Church and as a part of our ministry we run a regular Sunday Club for young people of all ages.
Children join with the adults at the start of the service and take part in opening worship and prayer before leaving to join their various are groups. The Sunday Club seeks to present the bible and its characters to the young people in a fresh and interesting way.
As part of each week’s syllabus an interesting craft is provided to underscore the theme. Children then re-join the main Church for final worship and share what they have been doing and learning.
If you have children and are looking for a Church please come along. On the 4th Sunday of each month we hold a family service at the usual time of 10.30am where we aim to involve both young and old in a lighter but still meaningful time of worship.
Contact Colin or Sue on 01754 811260 or email for further information.
Saint Peter & Saint Paul's Church
9.30am Sung Eucharist & Junior Church.
(All children are welcome to join us for this. The children go into the vestry during the first hymn for their activity, come to the altar for a blessing and then at the end of the service show the congregation what they have been doing. It is held each Sunday durifig School Term) The service usually lasts about an hour. 6.00pm Sung Evensong (Book of Common Prayer) A smaller traditional service with hymns and sermon lasting about an hour.
1st Wednesday of each month:
2.00pm Little Angels. (A short service for pre.:.school children, parents and friends, followed by refreshments)