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John Clifford Primary & Nursery School ‘Be your best. Celebrate success. Together we will be successful.’

Outdoor Education

The value of OUTDOOR LEARNING is well researched and documented. Please take a look at the following articles if you need more convincing!






Outdoor Learning now has its own Twitter account!


Please follow to keep up to date with news, photos and activities taking place......



Mrs Mitchell takes out small groups from most year groups and the children spend two to three hours out in the wooded area working on a variety of projects and playing in many ways.


If taking part in Outdoor sessions, your child will need to bring warm and waterproof clothing and wellies or boots.

We have now taken stock of waterproof suits, waterproof trousers and wellies of all sizes, so we can dress anybody appropriately even if they forget their own gear!


Remember - there is no such thing as unsuitable weather, just unsuitable clothing! Please talk to your child about how many layers, extra socks, gloves, hats etc they need!

Your child will know if they need clothing but please check on the timetable if you are unsure.....

Summer 2019 timetable

Tree Planting event 6th MARCH 19


On Wednesday this week, children from Year 3,4 and 5 worked together to plant over 100 trees!!

We were joined by some parents, one chair of Governors and a local tree surgeon.

Everyone worked incredibly hard, following instructions from Nic Wort, from the Greenwood Project, who brought all the spades, gloves and equipment we needed for a successful day.

Thank you to those parents who turned up to help and well done to all the children who took part.

Please could everyone be respectful to the newly planted trees, so they have a good chance at rooting quickly.

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Please have a look at some of the activities we have been busy with this term.....
Playing in the muddy kitchen
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Hot chocolate and stories in the Lodge
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Building assault courses
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