We have received a lovely letter from Mrs Cooke (Head teacher of Hanley Castle High School) accepting our invitation to come and watch the Christmas play ‘A King is Born’ Click here
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We’ve had a busy 24 hours here at the Pioneer Centre! Still lots of great activities to be enjoyed by those of us here. This will be my final post of the week. The photographs posted over the week have been a very small selection from those taken over the days we have been here. The rest will be available, with permission from parents,
It’s hard to believe it’s Wednesday already! The children have been orienteering, zip-lining, abseiling, high roping and meeting a range of exotic animals as part of an animal show! Here are a few photos from the day…
Well, it’s been another great day at the centre. Here are just a few photos from the day…
The children have settled in brilliantly. They have been climbing, caving and undertaken a whole range of challenges! Lots of smiling faces and full tummies after a great evening meal. We will try and post a few photos every evening….
Darya spent a great deal of time putting together a great leaflet all about climate change and it wasn’t even a homework task! Click here to see it!
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We had such a great time during Kempsey Fest. It really did have a Festival atmosphere. We would like to say a huge thank you to all the children who helped to make it such a special event. We would also like to thank Miss Sandy for her amazing organisation and all the staff who gave up their time to help make the event
We took a large group of children to visit both Sikh and Hindu temples on Monday 10th July. It was a great day, where the children were introduced to the Sikh Temple and enjoyed some real ‘wow’ moments, including a visit to the prayer room and the dome which sits atop the temple. The dome is beautifully decorated with glass mirrors. The children were