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The importance of outdoor learning

Posted on 13 Jun 2019 by Weston Green School

We are hoping for improved weather on the horizon as we head rapidly towards the end of this Summer term. Naturally, at this time of year, we make the most of opportunities to take our learning outdoors. However, it is imperative that learning in the outside world is built in throughout the year - there is so much to learn out there, to provide a new context, to apply knowledge [...]

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Learning away from school

Posted on 22 May 2019 by Weston Green School

I am hoping many of you will have seen the photos from our Year 5 & 6 pupils and staff who have been away on their residential visit to UKSA on the Isle of Wight, this week. This is the most fabulous of adventures, a week of water-based activities and the excitement and challenge this involves, as well as living away from home for a week. It is often said that children [...]

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What do we do when the children are not here?

Posted on 10 May 2019 by Weston Green School

Young children in particular can often assume that their teacher lives in the school and are surprised when they see them ‘in real life’! Sometimes it can feel like that, however, when the children go home this is valuable time for us - and we do stay in school for quite a while! In addition to the time spent after school planning and preparing for the next day, [...]

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