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Environment Show

Reception & KS1: 
Imagine what it would be like to go to a hot tropical rainforest, a desert or even head up the North pole. Delight in the sights, sounds, smells and sensations of different environments, find out about the animals that live here and find out what we can do to help save the world!KS2: 
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Reception Class Spring Display

This tree changes every season. For spring we explored the local environment to find evidence of spring. We wrote spring poems and grew both cress and bean seeds.


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PEP and Pizza - National Vegetarian Week Grants

I know that some of you have identified activities around the theme of ‘Climate change’ within your PEP action plans and indeed most of our themes are inextricably linked to these issues.

Here are details of an opportunity for schools to access a mobile pizza oven for a day as part of National Vegetarian...


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Free trees for eligible primary schools

Eligible primary schools in England can apply for free tree packs from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and the Woodland Trust.These free trees and accompanying teaching resources will help pupils engage with nature and allow teachers to deliver the curriculum with confidence.Free trees...

Sandfield's Eco Displays

We are passionate about the environment and have put up a few displays to highlight this.

My favourite is the Palm Oil / Rainforest display with the orangutans.

We try to include a mixture of children's work and information.

Which one do you like?

Sarah


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Moorpark Primary School PEP Kickoff!!

I’m having a brilliant day with Moorpark Primary School. We kickstarted the programme with a whole school assembly and intro into the Polar Exploration Programme, followed by an Animals over winter activity with P5-P7. After lunch we are going to design our own animals specially adapted to polar environments...


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Exploring the outdoors with the early years foundation stageNY060

“The best classroom and the richest cupboard are roofed only by the sky.” Margaret McMillan 1914 Outdoor learning and play is widely acknowledged as being very beneficial to children’s early development. Taking children outdoors offers unique experiences to enhance their existing skills and knowledge and develop...

Polar Explorers- Rodney J. Arnold Visit (British Antarctica Survey) visits Thorpe Hall Primary School.

There was a fitting culmination to the Polar Explorers topic when Rodney J. Arnold from the British Antarctica Survey visited the year 4 pupils to talk about his experiences in the South Pole. Rodney is a regular visitor to Antarctica and spoke extensively about the environment, wildlife and other important facts...
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15 May 2018

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Tim Peake's message to primary project schools

 

There is a specially recorded message from Tim Peake on the ISS to all of the schools involved with our project. Ii will post the link to it on the Tim Peake group, but if you are in contact with schools then please direct them to it.

https://www.stem.org.uk/esero/tim-peake-...


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Earth Hour: Rowan Class- Thorpe Hall Primary School

As part of the STEM project, parents and carers were encouraged to observe Earth Hour on Saturday 24th March 2018. The children were invited not to use any electrical devices between 8.30-9.30p.m. and then wrote short diary entries about the experience. Well done, Rowan Class for doing your bit for the environment...


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