by Tina Shute & Doug Stroud
Cedarwood has been a happy and busy place this summer term with staff and children keen to get stuck in with their learning!
We have been having great fun learning in the Forest Schools, with tasty treats cooked on our fire. Children have enjoyed exploring the wildlife inhabiting our school pond and making the most of the good weather to take their learning outdoors.
Our garden is being well cared for and we are looking forward to sampling some of our tasty vegetables later in the year. The children and staff have been making use of the lovely grounds taking part in fabulous Stay Active PE challenges.
Our pupils have been exploring the lives and works of famous artists and creating masterpieces in those styles. There have been some wonderful pieces added to our Twitter ‘Rainbow Gallery’. Pupils have enjoyed creating Lockdown Pebbles and placing these in the school grounds to create a beautiful and memorable keepsake.
Science lessons continue to be exciting with the children making and investigating sundials, creating lava lamps and erupting volcanoes. Pupils have continued to impress us with their fantastic attitude to home and school learning.
We are looking forward to welcoming our new Foundation children and their families as they begin their induction activities at Cedarwood during the summer term.
Class Places for September!
Do you have a child starting school in September? We have places in our Foundation class and are in the position to be able to welcome more families to Cedarwood. You don’t need to live in Kesgrave to apply. Please call or email the school office to speak to one of the headteachers: [email protected].
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