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30 Days Wild

Published on 2nd July

Year 1 have managed something for The Wildlife Trust’s 30 days wild every school day in June. A favourite of the children’s was our butterfly and Moth feeders which we made using recycled plastic bottles, elastic bands and string, decorated them with flowers and filled them with sugar water.

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Back to School

Published on 3rd June

On Tuesday 2nd June as part of the phased reopening of schools, we welcomed back some of our Reception, Year 1, Year 6 and Keyworker children.
The children were amazing at coping with the changes in school and sticking to their social bubbles. They all looked so happy to be back with their teachers and friends and have done some really exciting learning.

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Lock Down Curriculum

Published on 22nd April

Who says we can't learn safely outdoors in the safety of our own back gardens when in lock down? The children in our Loseley Fields School childcare were able to enjoy some fun activities today outside on our school field knowing that infection control was top of our priority list. With sun cream, sun glasses and hats at the ready, the team of SOLD specialists (Surrey Outdoor learning Development) and our very own Bear Grylls, Mr Ethernton, guided us through a fun packed day learning how to do successful bug hunting, team building games, archery, sawing and wattling. It was such fun to see the children being taught to safely use tools and bows and arrows. We all had a great day (the adults!) and we know they did too! Thank you to all the children for being so brilliant!
SOLD Newsletter - Loseley Fields

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BBC Radio Surrey Interview with Mrs Pedder

Published on 22nd April

With garden centres closed due to coronavirus, Loseley Fields Primary school have turned to nature to nuture the children during lockdown, giving them the chance to plant their own runner beans, in a nod to school favourite Jack and the Beanstalk.

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Staff Training

Published on 6th March

As a staff group, we have been partaking in some art related CPD. In our recent staff meeting, we have been exploring mark making and observational drawings. The teachers and members of SLT created some beautiful drawings, using a variety of different stimuli. We are looking forward to bringing these new skills into the classrooms.

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Great citizenship! One of our Year 1’s spotted so much rubbish when he was out and about that he insisted on litter picking. He now has his own litter picker and has been busy ever since! Well done Jos! #citizenship #litterpicker #litterpicking #Farncombe #Godalming https://t.co/uTjjCX5ODi
We are a hub for the Godalming & Villages Community Store and St Mark’s Food Bank. If you would like to donate, our collect box is inside the 1st automatic door in the schools foyer. #godalmingandvillagescommunitystore #foodbank #Farncombe #Godalming #Binscombe #community https://t.co/lrdbgBVLeV