It's been a very busy start to 2016 at Albany. The children have been on a number of school trips to enhance their learning experiences. Children in the Foundation Phase have started a programme of visits to the forest school at Fforest Fawr and Bute Park and we are looking forward to making the most of our school annual pass for Mountain View Ranch. Outdoor learning is a very important part of the curriculum and also provides valuable opportunities for our children to develop their speaking and listening skills, enjoy new outdoor experiences and grow in confidence. In other visits Years 1 and 4 have been to St Fagans, Reception visited Pets at home and year 5 had the exciting opportunity of meeting Michael Collins a very talented comic strip artist at Penylan library. This has given year 5 some great ideas and techniques to use on their Superhero projects.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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