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WOOLENWICK PROJECTS

 

 

 

A Moment in Time
Next week sees the long-awaited launch of the ‘A Moment in Time’ project. This is a photography exhibition, involving 24 schools and children's centres across Stevenage, and marks the end of a year of celebrations for the 70th year of Stevenage as a new town.

Your child will be bringing home an invitation for you to join us to visit the exhibition at the Stevenage Museum next week, along with a flyer and a programme giving further information. Please tell your family and friends about it!  We look forward to you joining us for this learning event.

Thank you to Mrs Anderson who has led this important town wide project, collaborating with other local schools.

In the meantime, visit the link below.

A Moment in Time leaves a permanent legacy on the following Flickr link:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/149749851@N05/albums/with/72157682123603410

 

 

40th Birthday Treehouse

You will recall The School governors and staff wanted to leave a lasting legacy for the school through raising money for a special birthday present for the children. The children chose a Tree House / outdoor classroom which would be set within our beautiful school grounds. The tree house will be used to complement our outdoor education / Forest Schools programme.       

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WHEN BUZZ ALDRIN CAME TO WOOLENWICK...

At Woolenwick we continue to give high priority in developing our children’s understanding of the world in which they live. The children in the Year Two classes had been learning about space.

Their topic, ‘To infinity and Beyond’ triggered an unexpected invitation and we were ‘Over the moon!’

A group of Year Two children along with Steve Akers, Chair of Governors, Ben Reader, Assistant Headteacher, Tom Robinson, class teacher and myself enjoyed a ‘Meet and Greet’ learning opportunity with Buzz Aldrin.’  

 
Buzz Aldrin

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Children’s Author James Mayhew Visits

The visit by James Mayhew was inspiring. James visited the school almost at the end of our learning project. By the time he visited the children had been immersed in his work for almost three weeks.

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Mondrian Project

Click here to view details of our Mondrian Project