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20/09/19

Year 5 are expected back at 15:31 🕰

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20/09/19

Year 5 are now on the m25

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20/09/19

Year 5 have left. We will keep you updated.

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20/09/19

Retweeted From John Williams

Getting on the coach ready to come home. https://t.co/yaXm8bmX8d

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20/09/19

Year 5 are running a little late due to lots of coaches trying to all leave at the same time. We will tweet when we leave and then again when we leave the m25 at Godstone.

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20/09/19

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Picnic in the sunshine before heading home https://t.co/I5L23VdIk2

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20/09/19

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Beautiful weather for our last day. https://t.co/emYZjWAN4k

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20/09/19

Retweeted From Centre Manager Grosvenor Hall

And by far the tidiest school in the canteen this week! Great manners - lots of please and thank us! Thank u!!!

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19/09/19

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Disco is all finished (thank goodness) and they are all tucked up in bed. 😴 home tomorrow https://t.co/bf2xQ2pTCa

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19/09/19

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19/09/19

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Second group https://t.co/6XzwKdF6KH

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19/09/19

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Final group have launched at last! https://t.co/icSp7Vaefl

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19/09/19

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All are well fed ready for raft building. https://t.co/9ERTZ65mw3

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19/09/19

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Getting ready for raft building! https://t.co/timaQUHcuA

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19/09/19

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Post ‘Leap of Faith’ interview https://t.co/bgE5Zu4rxw

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19/09/19

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Next up is ‘The Leap of Faith’ https://t.co/04nUDVW3Pm

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19/09/19

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One of the groups enjoying archery https://t.co/AJjabQUczd

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19/09/19

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Warming up for aeroball! https://t.co/FAPsayMACi

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19/09/19

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Good morning from ⁦https://t.co/lpqSWhB9nU

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18/09/19

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After an hour (yes an hour) of trying to turn these children into robots with cardboard. These were the results!! https://t.co/D8L3BS7RwB

Outdoor Learning

Planting and growing

Using our wonderful outdoor space, we grown many different vegetables which are then used at whyteleiciuos café to serve to the children for dinner. We plant carrots, potatoes, tomatoes, corn on the cob, beetroot, lettuce, radishes, onions, broad beans, peas and runner beans. Growing their own food gives our children across the year groups a great opportunity to see where our food comes from and the whole process form planting seeds to harvesting food.

Chickens

Our 4 chickens are cared for by the children at our school. Clover, Marigold, Iris and Bluebell provide a unique opportunity for the children to take responsibility and care for our pets enhancing their understanding of the commitment needed to keep animals. Children are responsible for collecting eggs, cleaning the run and changing the bedding to support their understanding of the importance of good pet care. Through the chicken adoption scheme children get the opportunity to cuddle, feed and keep the eggs collected from the chickens.

                                                                                                                                             

Beekeeping

Beekeeping is a fascinating activity for all age groups and provides many learning opportunities in subjects as varied as science, maths, literacy, history, R.E and French. The bee sanctuary (a walled courtyard within the school grounds) houses our been hive which is cared for by the children at the school including a weekly bee club for upper KS2 and Outdoor learning groups for lower KS2.

 

Forest school

Forest school happens weekly throughout the year at our school. All children in reception and year one attend once a year and there are many other opportunities for other children in the school to attend.

“Forest School is an inspirational process that offers ALL learners regular opportunities to achieve and develop confidence and self-esteem through hands-on learning experiences in a woodland or natural environment with trees. Forest School is a specialised learning approach that sits within and compliments the wider context of outdoor and woodland education.”

Forest School Association.

            

Documents

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Chicken Adoption 30th Jan 2018 Download