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Trips from 2011-13

Educational Visits

The children go on so many trips, as well as receiving visitors to the school, throughout the year, (linked to a variety of areas they study) that we have had to create more pages to store images of trips gone by!

 

 

The children leant about various animals and their habitats (which linked with their science lessons) when they visited the Cheltenham Science Festival in June 2013.

 

 

The Year 6 children were taken to visit the local Tesco supermarket in Stow to learn how stores like this are run.

 

 

A number of the children are having a variety of peripatetic music lessons.

 

 

The whole school went to enjoy The Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust's outdoor adaptation of Wind in The Willows at Greystones Farm Nature Reserve followed by special conservation workshops.

 

 

The junior children enjoyed a trip to Frankie and Benny's at the Brewery in Cheltenham . They learnt all about pizza making as well as a bit of the history of the famous restaurant chain. They were able to top off a great trip by eating the results of their labours.

 

 

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The infant class had an interesting trip to Stow Police Station for their studies about 'people who help us'.

 

 

The children recently had the benefit of a workshop from the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham to prepare them for their annual trip to the pantomime, which this year was Jack and the Beanstalk.

 

The junior children were lucky enough to enjoy a recital and workshop from some of the members of Gloucestershire Music who played them a variety of tunes as well as explaining about their instruments.

 

 

The children visited the Thinktank in Birmingham thanks to the Green Schools Revolution from The Co-operative

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Recently pupils from years 3 and 4 took advantage of a local exhibition to discover what life was like at the time of The English Civil War. The Lobster Pot & The Joynt Stool is a guest exhibition at Christopher Clarke Antiques, put on to coincide with the Cotswold Festival.
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