1986 The Mayflower School,Bawtry

 There are 219 children on roll who    
 come from Bawtry and Austerfield and  
 8 and a half teachers because one is  
 part time.The school is mixed.In each 
 classroom is a corner library.        
 There are 2 games halls and they have 
 4 Assemblies a week. The assembly room
 has an overhead board on which the    
 words of the hymns are shown.There is 
 also a slide for young children to use
 when they do gym.The children play 4  
 types of games;net-ball,rounders,foot-
 ball and cricket. Lunch is at 12.00   
 and a second sitting at 12.45.The     
 kitchen staff is a cook and 4         
 assistants.There are 2 buildings with 
 a netball court between them.The newer
 Infant part is 13 years old.A large   
 playing field,pond and gardens are    
 within the grounds.The school was     
 given its name because the Pilgrim    
 Fathers marched close by the site.    

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