Visits & Visitors

Children will be able to take part in activities outside of school

During the course of the year, children will be able to take part in activities which involve either a trip outside of school, or a visitor coming in to work with the children.

These fall into two categories:-

Visits and visitors that relate to a specific topic or area of the curriculum; these are usually class specific and last year included:-

Upper Juniors trip to 'Steam' in Swindon as part of their World War 2 topic and lower juniors trip to Stone Henge as part of their Stone Age Topic.

Each year group will have an event planned with the GRAP schools (Great Bedwyn, Ramsbury, Aldbourne St. Michael's) so the children can develop relationships with peers in other schools.

Visits and visitors for the whole school or phase (infants and juniors) such as:

Regular visits by theatre companies throughout the year.

Christmas visits to the pantomime by the infants and juniors.

The 'space dome' visited key stage 1 to develop their knowledge and understanding of their science learning.

Sometimes a charge is made for these visits but any contributions will be in line with the Local Authority’s policy on Charging for Voluntary Activities.

No child will ever be prevented from taking part if the charges can not be met and there is money available at the discretion of the Headteacher to assist those who are unable to make the contribution.

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Collective Worship themes this term

In Term 6 we are covering a range of parables - the Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin, the Pharasee

and the Publican as well as learning about St Aidan and St Columba .

Thought for the week

Set a goal so big that you can't achieve it... until you grow into the person who can.