Work has now begun on our new outdoor learning environment and the diggers and bulldozers are now on site.
Over the next few weeks we should see new pathways being laid and the bases for our learning platforms being installed. This is very exciting and we are hoping that some of our children will be able to interview key workers and keep us up to date on progress via our blog.
Hope you are all enjoying the lovely weather we have been having over the Easter break. Looking forward to seeing you all again on Monday.
Our project to significantly improve our outdoor learning provision is moving forward to the next phase.
Work will begin during the Easter holidays when our contractor, Pennine Playgrounds, begin their initial groundworks.
We are envisioning that phase 1 will take around 6 weeks to complete and during this time there will be no access into school via the adventure playground from the woods. During this period there will be limited access to the car park.
We are still busy fundraising for phase 2 of the project by looking for grant funding, organising more FONS events and seeking sponsorship from local businesses. Our FONS team are currently selling Mission Possible wristbands in school at a cost of £1 each.
Please look out for our “Buy a Brick” leaflets after the Easter Break for those of you who would like to have a memento of your child’s time at our school.
Thank you to the Mission Possible team, school staff and FONS for supporting this amazing project from which all our children will benefit in the future.
Yesterday we had a wonderful fundraising day with the Easter Egg Challenge, the Easter Egg tombola and selling the Mission Possible bands. We raised about £450 and we’d like to say a massive thank you to FONS and to all our parents for coming along after school to take part.
We’d like to say a special thank you to Sharon Brown for all her hard work in organising these events.