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'A Good school', 'warm and encouraging' with 'strong relationships between pupils of all ages'. Lessons are 'precisely matched to pupils' learning needs'.Ofsted 2015

 

Early years provision for children aged 3 upwards.

 

Small class sizes.

 

10 minutes from Malton.

 

Multi use games area and mountain bikes.

 We are now a Forest School

Outdoor Learning

At Leavening we have our own science area complete with wildlife reserve and pond with dipping platform. This enhances our science curriculum and allows children to access nature. We are also fortunate enough to host a set of class mountain bikes for use in PE!

 Forest Schools Power Point

Forest Education Resource Pack

These sessions will be led by Mrs Mitchell, who is currently doing the Level 3 Forest School Leader's course. The children will participate in 8 weekly sessions on a rota throughout school and will include just some of the following activities:

Den building
Creative art outdoors
Learning how to tie knots and make shelters
Cooking on an open fire
Making various objects and utensils out of wood, using specialist tools.
Drama and story telling
Maths and problem solving come to life.
Flora and Fauna identification
Team building games

Take a look at some other schools that have benefited from the Forest Schools Experience here

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b037706r

 

At Leavening, we are very lucky to be situated in the heart of the country side and we use this to our advantage. Outdoor learning is heavily promoted here in a number of ways. We like to take the classroom outside as much as possible and believe that children learn best through being active and engaged. Our Early Year classrooms have access to extensive, high quality outdoor provision recognised by the local authority as outstanding. Many other schools in our cluster come and visit our Early Years setting as an example of best practice.