Outdoor Learning Update
We have had many visitors in to support the preparation of outdoor learning, this half term.
In September 2019 , fifteen volunteers from Aviator hotel Farnborough came and worked in the woods. They cut down trees, cleared lots of stinging nettles and made three paths so the children can safely and easily make their way through the woods. Many children have already benefited from this and visited the woods in their classes.
A few days later, eight volunteers from Woking Borough Council also volunteered their time. They spent a morning cutting down branches and trees to make the pond accessible. It was a very busy morning with lots of frogs jumping around!
Many children have also been using the sensory garden this half term. Over the summer holidays the sensory path was created and the children have been enjoying feeling the different textures underfoot. We are incredibly grateful for all the donations raised by the PTA to make the sensory garden possible.
If you have any spare wellington boots or old waterproof clothing the school would happily take these items to keep the children dry and a little less muddy when they are outside!