Community Matters


A Memorable Assembly  the whole school was excited to see Alford Silver Band playing as they entered the hall.  Renditions of 'The Bare Necessities and A Whole New World', were played. Many thanks were given to all the members of Alford Silver Band for this fantastic experience.

Our choir wanted to bring some festive cheer to our local residential home, The Old Hall, Halton Holegate, by singing to the residents. 

The children also made cards to send to a local hospital for the patients who were gong to be in hospital over Christmas and needed come Christmas cheer. How very thoughtful!

We celebrated Harvest at St Andrew's Church with the school community presenting donations during the service.

All the contributions from the Harvest Festival were taken to the Christian Fellowship Food Bank.

Halton Holegate children from year 1 to year 6 walked to The Old Hall, Northorpe Road, to join the residence in the MacMillan Coffee Morning. Class 2 have been busy baking chocolate cakes and crispy cakes for the morning, tying in nicely to their English lessons based around writing instructions.

The children had a cake and chatted to the residents. the coffee morning raised £88.62!


Spilsby Library visited our Collective Worship today to inform the children about the new exciting reading challenge at Spilsby library.

'Space Chase' is open to all children and all the children have to do is visit the library and read 6 books over the six week holiday. The children will receive stickers to complete the challenge. When the challenge is completed they will be presented with a medal and a certificate .

Spilsby library is situated in the Spilsby Co-op,Post Office Lane.

The children of Halton Holegate Primary visited the local residential care home. Evelyn was 100 years young and enjoyed her cards, presents and cake. The children sang happy birthday to her too.