It’s been a very busy start to the Summer Term at Albany. The children have been out and about learning through real life experiences. At Albany we are committed to providing opportunities for pupils to learn in the outdoor environment and to develop their language and understanding of their learning with educational visits.
So far this term Foundation Phase pupils have visited Newport Wetlands, Thornhill Farm Shop, Fforest Fawr, Poppelwood, Morrisons and we have continued our regular visits to Mountain View Ranch. Children in KS2 have been busy too with year 3 visiting Caerphilly Castle, Year 4 visiting Raglan Castle and year 6 participating in weekly swimming lessons. Children in KS2 have also been enjoying their regular Forest Friday outdoor learning sessions. We also enjoy having visitors to the school and have had the Musical Munchkins tour and scooter skills workshops in the Foundation Phase and our new time credit table tennis club.
Our Reading cafes have continued and we are absolutely delighted with how many people have been coming along to enjoy reading for pleasure as a family.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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