Our ‘Black Lives Matter’ Poster Competition Finalists

Please join us in congratulating the following children who have been chosen as finalists in their year group.

Samuel (RW), Luna (1B), Autumn (2T), Sapphire (3K), Charlie (4s), Samir (5A) and Aaliya (6L).

Photographs of their posters have now been sent to the Young Mayor’s office for the very difficult job of choosing an overall winner. The winner will be announced here soon.

Thank you to all of you who entered our competition. You never cease to amaze us with your creativity and your talent. We are hoping to display all of your powerful posters in school in September so be sure to look out for yours then 🙂

Samuel RW
Luna 1B
Autumn 2T
Sapphire 3K
Charlie 4S
Samir 5A
Aaliyah 6L

Our ‘Black Lives Matter’ Poster Competition Gallery

Hello Everyone,

Welcome to our virtual gallery! We are delighted to announce we have had over 70 sensational entries for our ‘Black Lives Matter’ poster competition. We weren’t planning to share all of them but they are simply too wonderful not to. All entries have organised into year groups so finding your entry should be easy.

Why don’t you spend some time looking at all of the entries? The Young Mayor and his advisors are going to have a very difficult job choosing their favourite. Which poster would you choose (apart from yours!) ? 😀

Once again, thank you for creating and sending your poster. We feel very proud to have a school packed with such talented, compassionate children.

The winning entry will be announced next week. Good Luck! 🙂

Early Years – Nursery & Reception

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‘Black Lives Matter’ Competition

Thank you for all your incredible posters.

‘Black Lives Matter’ Exhibition Coming Soon 🙂


Entries for our competition have been pouring in this week. It is wonderful to see the compassion you have for this cause and the talent you have to express it. Thank you if you have already sent your poster to your teacher. If we haven’t got your entry yet, send it to your class email today. Good Luck! 🙂


Good Afternoon Everyone,

We are delighted and very excited to announce that Lewisham’s Young Mayor and his advisors have agreed to judge our ‘Black Lives Matter’ poster competition. Click on the link below to find out more about the Young Mayor, his deputy and the Youth Citizens Panel. Perhaps you will be inspired to apply for the job when you are in secondary school!


We have already received lots of amazing posters. We can’t wait to see yours! Don’t forget to send your entry to your class email before Friday to make sure you are in with a chance to win. Good Luck! 🙂

Holbeach is a school where we embrace and celebrate the diversity of our children and the wider community. Racism will never be tolerated here.

At the moment, children around the world have been creating posters to show their support for the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement. Here are some examples of their works of art…

Our aim is to unite with the children around the world to communicate clearly the message that ‘Black Lives Matter’, so today we are launching a competition.

We challenge you to create your own poster to show what we can do as a community to end racism, inequality and injustice across the world.

The winning entry will take pride of place in our school entrance area so that everyone who visits Holbeach understands that we stand together, united against racism, inequality and injustice.

Send your entry to your class email address. The closing date is Friday 19th June.

We will be make an exciting announcement soon about who will judge our competition.

Good Luck! 🙂

Year 2 Sharing Assembly 3.7.20

Hello Year Two,

It’s the end of another busy week for everyone. Miss Spicer and Miss Butler have had a busy week in school teaching the Year One and Two children and I have had a busy week working at home. I hope you have all enjoyed completing your home learning this week, it has been wonderful to receive photos of what you have been getting up to.Well done to everyone who has been working hard at home, we are proud of each and every one of you.

Let’s see what you have been getting up to this week.



For Art, Jake made this beautiful flower picture, well done to you.


Thank you so much to everyone who has sent in some work this week, as always we really appreciate it and enjoy looking at what you have all been getting up to at home.

Take care and have a great weekend,

Miss Townsend, Miss Butler and Miss Spicer 🙂

Year 1 Sharing Assembly

Welcome to our Year 1 Sharing Assembly. We will be sharing work from both at home and at school!

At school, everyone has settled well into their bubble classes. It’s been a busy week! We have had lots of fun with our friends.

This bubble are sharing some English work. We have thought about what we would like to be when we grow up. Great ideas!

Great Maths too!

Here are some more marvellous Mathematicians!

We have been playing, reading, counting and drawing with our friends!

We have been preparing for the Year 1 carnival this week! I love the costumes! We have also drawn our own timelines and had a go at the cloud experiment! Well done!

Oscar has been designing a Rainbow Croc for his carnival outfit! He is bright, colourful and has snappy teeth. Super Maths and History too! Well done!

Lorenzo has been busy with his Maths this week! Well done Lorenzo!

Kemela has been busy with Maths too! Well done!

Thank you Year 1. You are all superstars!!

Children at home- don’t forget to send your carnival dances to us! We can’t wait to make a big Year 1 carnival video!