Hello Blue Class families,
After a good night's sleep by everyone, we have had a busy day! Zip wire, archery, a wild wood walk and bushcraft during the day and the 'Tunnels of doom' after dinner. I think everyone will sleep well tonight as they are all looking tired.
See you all tomorrow.
Hello Blue Class Families,
Everyone is fine here in Malvern and having a hot and busy time. We headed up the Malvern Beacon armed with plenty of water this afternoon and tonight we have been orienteering. Showers next!
Everything is fine and we hope to send you some news tomorrow.
Please take a look at our new school doors and the beautiful glazing at the front of the school. They have been designed to represent the work of the school with painted images of children and staff engaged in a variety of activities within a rural context, linking to the school's history and current Forest School/ outdoor work.
We are very grateful to Mrs Christine Allcott, who has paid for the whole project. As she is moving on to a new home in the Summer, it is appropriate for us to wish her well and for the doors to provide a celebration of her connection with the school over many years. We will be erecting a small sign to reflect her association with the school and Mrs Allcott will visit us to admire the beautiful work.
Piano concert – Thursday 20th July 8.45am
Please come along if your child is learning piano in school.
Happy Half Term everyone.
Thank you for attending Sport's Day today. It was very warm, but the children showed great spirit and determination.
click here to see some photographs.
Thank you to all of the staff for their hard work, to Mrs Barker for superb refreshments and to Mrs Webb for her planning and co-ordination. What a super end to the half term that was!
We look forward to seeing everyone on Monday 5th June.
Mrs Moss and Team BFS
Building work for the Nursery will commence during the next few weeks. The children have been prepared with a talk about site safety. This will be repeated during the first week back at school after the holiday. The construction work will be at the back of the building, behind the Red Class outdoor area and will be fenced off from the children. It will only involve a small area of the school and will not disrupt the normal running of the school. Construction staff and materials will be moved on/off site between 9am- 2pm or after 4pm limiting any disruption to drop off/ pick up times.
The front playground will have a skip on it. Please help your children stay safe by supervising them around this area at pick up times. We are very much looking forward to this final phase of developing our site.