Waterproofs and Wellies
You will need to make sure your child is appropriately dressed which means proper waterproof clothing and a bag to transport it in. You won’t need an additional jacket if the one your child has is waterproof with a hood.
When the weather gets chilly you will need to send your child with an additional fleece and some warm, waterproof gloves. If you have any grown-out-of waterproofs and wellies at home, we would very gratefully receive them so we have some spares at school. Thank you!
These websites offer a good range of products and prices:
If you need some help sourcing suitable clothing, please contact Mrs Westhorpe or Miss Gates.
Outdoor learning is so much more than learning outside. Through a range of activities from den building to nature watching to growing food, the children will develop our school values at the heart of everything they do. Respect for each other and the environment will be nurtured through collaborative projects that improve the outdoor provision across the curriculum. Relationships will be fostered through this collaboration and extended to include the wider community, building a sustainable future for the federation. Determination will underpin our outdoor learning through assessing and balancing risk and benefit, building resilience and encouraging perseverance. The outdoor learning provision will provide dynamic learning using available resources that draws on the curiosity of the children and helps equip them for successful learning.
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