The children enjoyed a variety of activities yesterday, including Quad Biking! The evening meal was a delicious lasagne with a range of sides, and everyone ate well. In the evening, there was a 2 hour games session in the hall. Everyone slept well after that, especially the staff! This morning’s breakfast was a Full English and cereal and toast. The carousel of activities for today include abseiling, buggy building and Jacob’s ladder. The children will have lunch at around 1pm followed by games until the coach arrives at 2.30pm. The coach is due back at school at around 4.30pm. We will keep you updated!
After the first activities yesterday, the children were treated to a lovely meal which was a choice of sausages or beef pie with mash, or vegetable curry with rice. In the evening, everyone enjoyed a camp fire with a sing-a-long, overlooking beautiful Weymouth harbour. After a good night’s sleep, everyone was ready for breakfast and the first activity of the day – quad biking!
Everyone has arrived safe and well. The children had some time to settle into their rooms, before starting their first group activity which was abseiling, giant swing or air ball. There was a little rain, but this soon disappeared and it is now fine and dry.
We are looking forward to celebrating World Book Day on Thursday 7th March with our Book in a Jar competition! Parents and carers are welcome to view these in the hall at 2.45pm.
Here we are back for Term 4 and some lovely sunny weather to welcome us back to school. As always we have lots planned for this term to ensure the lovely learning continues!
Following warmer weather forecasts, Redland School will be open on Monday 4th February. Pathways have been cleared on site. Please take care on surrounding roads and pavements.
Due to the heavy snowfall overnight, Redland School will be closed today Friday 1st February.
Happy New Year everyone and welcome back to Term 3! Lots of great activities and learning planned for this term so keep an eye on our newsletters for all the latest information on what’s happening at Redland.
The Book Fair has arrived!
The children will have an opportunity to browse through the books during the school day. No money needs to be sent in, as the books will be on sale after school on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and the following Monday, so do please come in and have a look at the range of books on offer.
For every book that is purchased, our school will receive a book from Scholastic, which will further enrich our school library and class book corners.
Mrs Thompson has successfully applied to the Tesco Bags of Help scheme, to raise funds for the Outdoor Project.
Each time you shop at any of the Tesco stores in Chippenham or the Tesco Express in Lyneham, you should be given a token to put towards one of the three charities.
Whenever you shop, please look out for the Redland Outdoor Project token slot! This should be in stores from January onwards. The charity with the most tokens will be awarded the highest prize fund.
Please let all your friends and family know, as we could be awarded up to £4000 towards the all-weather running track.