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Bringing Learning to Life

Bringing Learning to Life

Several members of the Forest staff and I have just returned from another memorable, week-long residential trip to France, with our Year 5 and 6 children. As well as being provided with opportunities to put their French language skills into practise throughout the trip (such as a visit to the local market), the children were able to experience educational visits to the WW1 battlefields and museums, a cow farm and a snail farm. Needless to say, a highlight for all children, was spending time with their friends on the beach!

Any school trip is an excellent learning experience for children: providing a great opportunity for pupils to face a range of real-life challenges that can contribute significantly to their personal development, as well as making a major contribution to their acquisition of knowledge and development of skills. These out-of-school learning experiences are ones they will remember long into the future.

Indeed as I write this, Mrs Eley has just informed me how, yesterday, the staff at Bolton Museum commented several times on the amazing knowledge and understanding of her Year 3 class as well as their incredible Egyptian costumes and impeccable behaviour. 

We look forward to many more of these days and trips for all our children to enjoy!

Rick Hyde
Headmaster

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