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16/11/18

Year 1 had a special visit today for their topic huge thank you to for taking the time to come and https://t.co/ELFd4iYa02

12/11/18

Fantastic array of odd socks in school for anti bullying week. https://t.co/yJzpmENmIV

06/11/18

We have started our first writers lunch club and the group will be producing a school newspaper that will be available at the end of each term. https://t.co/MoUcHrcRYb

06/11/18

Children are all enjoying an author visit and book reading from https://t.co/efcTeH7dEH

05/11/18

We will remember! We used recycled bottles to created this beautiful poppy display. Poppy sales will take place up to Wednesday this week. https://t.co/93qHn9RKWa

02/11/18

Fantastic turnout for our SEND coffee morning focusing on autism awareness. Huge thank you to Emily Shepherd for giving us the parent’s perspective https://t.co/9tl2ZocBx7

30/10/18

we were meant to submit for the book comp - fantastic time had at our magical wild wood yesterday! https://t.co/jPEIHqlh8S

30/10/18

Y3 are starting Lacrosse in PE lessons today. Lacrosse club also launches this week and there are a few spaces still available for this exciting new activity https://t.co/fC5GszpySd

29/10/18

We will be celebrating Harvest tomorrow. Any donations of food can be taken in to class tomorrow. Thank you in advance

29/10/18

We launched Wild Wood with YR3 and their topic it was a potion making haven. Recipes were followed, a little chemistry was added and lots of fun was had! https://t.co/6npcVMXQal

19/10/18

Thank you to our amazing PTA for organising the end of term Monster Ball. Happy half term to all of our families

18/10/18

Exciting art project underway... what could they be? All will be revealed after half term. https://t.co/qh8fOGHkGV

16/10/18

Last sessions with our year 2 classes at Wild Wood were wet, muddy and full of fun! Nothing stops play at Wild Wood 🍃 https://t.co/UWw4JJW0q8

10/10/18

Our Reception children enjoy phonics- some even sing while practising letter formation at home! We love this! If you are looking for a Reception place in September please come along to one of our open days https://t.co/oMc7TFYtrr

08/10/18

Teaching Assistant vacancy to join our wonderful team!#hpabe https://t.co/fqghNCuzwe

08/10/18

YR2 created beautiful nature letter & number sets to pass to reception classes as a gift from Wild Wood. They thought they could use them on their phonics & mathematic journey. They are so lovely that we think every class may like a set! https://t.co/zoYgAA1QtX

05/10/18

Super proud of our wonderful Mrs Pearce

05/10/18

We hope you all enjoy the long weekend- remember the academy is closed today for staff training

02/10/18

Fantastic number work in reception today. Continuously impressed with how well our reception children have settled in and are enjoying their new journey at school. https://t.co/KFh8zE8CEY

28/09/18

Year 2 enjoying their topic with a visit from Bromley Bee Keepers 🐝 https://t.co/FoOzN16G4D

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Forest School

We run Forest School sessions here at Hpabe,with the classes taking turns to visit our on-site nature area each year.

What are the benefits of Forest School?

Forest School is an inspirational process that involves:

· Child initiated learning                          

· Being outdoors                      

· Integration with the National Curriculum                                                      

· Time for children to explore, learn and investigate;                                          

· Fun, imagination and creativity; 

 

Using only the natural resources around us  Forest School helps to  develop: 

· Confidence and self esteem

· Communication and social skills

· Physical skills

· Greater understanding and  awareness of the natural  environment

· Natural motivation and a positive attitude to learning;

· Creativity and imagination

· Team skills

· The ability to recognise and manage risk

· Healthier lifestyles

Please see the Curriculum Area of this website for more information.