We believe that outdoor learning is a an integral and essential part of the curriculum in our school.
When outdoors children are provided with first hand experiences where they have opportunities to take risks and make decisions. Activities may well involve problem-solving and taking safe risks with children being encouraged to use equipment and materials and to be aware of the importance of personal care and safety at all time.
We have a wooded area, which includes a story ring, a fire-pit and willow dens. On their allotments and in the poly-tunnel, children grow their own food - some they cook and some is sold to fund new seeds for the following y
ear. The secure pond is used to study the animals and plants living there.
Look at the amazing tree people that we made in creative learning. Can you spot yours?