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14/06/18

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Thanks to for a fantastic session about honey extraction (including tasting) https://t.co/04tlmQFqgi

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04/06/18

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Good luck to the four year 6 children taking their junior beekeeping certificate exam today

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30/05/18

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All 5 survived an attack by a great spotted woodpecker (one dead in there for a few days) Great photo Miss Alphonso. https://t.co/Q2sqiWDG2J

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25/05/18

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It is estimated that by 2025 90% of jobs will require digital skills! Younger generations need to master the basic tech skills that will be needed and is a great place to start! Book your free workshop for your school today! https://t.co/z2vvHUskwq

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23/05/18

Thank you to everyone who came to our E-safety workshops. We hope they were helpful and informative. Unable to attend? Please see our website (https://t.co/iGJtKgRfn1) for help and advice, follow us on Twitter for regular tweets and visit https://t.co/mfODnCFPzZ. https://t.co/kaucyqd7Dd

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22/05/18

How prescient with our E-safety Parent and Carer workshops today! Thank you to all those who came to our 2pm - 3pm session. We are looking forward to seeing everyone from 7pm - 8pm in the RCM Hall. https://t.co/urfHk9qqBu

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22/05/18

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DfE sets up ‘online safety working group’ to advise schools https://t.co/Z7WXW95r8b

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21/05/18

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A wonderful concert this evening. Very proud of the staff and children

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21/05/18

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Choir ready for https://t.co/cXcmBaohXv

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21/05/18

Only 1 day left to sign up for our Parent and Carer E-safety workshop led by . These are at 2pm - 3pm in the main hall or 7pm - 8pm in the RCM hall. Letters are available from the office or Parentmail. We hope you to see there! https://t.co/2PCmx9LJjm

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21/05/18

Retweeted From BCS Policy

The Government has published its response to its consultation this morning. It draws heavily on 's survey of school children through the network. Read the Govt's response here: https://t.co/ui1dBbQktx

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17/05/18

Retweeted From John Williams

Very proud of all the year 6 children They have been fabulous all year and have taken this week’s SATs in their stride.

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16/05/18

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77% of young people said that they want their parents and carers to support them online. See our top tips for parents on how to keep your children safe online. https://t.co/hkmLCuYs4p https://t.co/k37aG3DEnW

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16/05/18

We are delighted that we have achieved the Certificate of Progress from , which shows recognition of our commitment to developing Online Safety. Why not join us next Tuesday for our E-safety Parent and Carer workshop, 2pm-3pm or 7pm-8pm? https://t.co/XEkwNuZdsP

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15/05/18

Puzzled by parental controls or would like to know more about gaming? We know it can be challenging to keep up to speed with what children and young people do online. Our Parent and Carer E-safety workshop is in 1 week. Get a letter from the office/ParentMail to book. https://t.co/2PCmx9LJjm

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10/05/18

There are still places left on our E-safety workshops on Tuesday 22nd of May. They are at either 2pm - 3pm or 7pm - 8pm and will be hosted by . More information and letters are available from the school office and are being sent out via Parentmail. https://t.co/2PCmx9LJjm

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09/05/18

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08/05/18

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Excited to announce that the main theme for Issue 5 of and Hello World magazine is ENGINEERING and will be published on Tuesday 8th May. Get a free subscription today and get the new edition delivered to your inbox or doorstep: https://t.co/FsHm9rbyGa https://t.co/FLF5R5vCqF

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05/05/18

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"This was the best forest school ever." EYFS fire lighting with a flint and steal. https://t.co/H7Vp0hDYvn

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04/05/18

Retweeted From NSPCC Press Office

The and have launched new advice for parents amid concerns over a game function that automatically allows users to speak to other players through voice and text chat functions https://t.co/DFZFdhw4GR

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.

            

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