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Hawes Primary School

External Education Programme 

Our children will spend time outside the school premises to enrich and enhance their learning and broaden their experiences of our local community and the wider country. Activities will support the children’s general development, improve learning skills, support understanding of curriculum topics and provide a wide range of experiences both local and national.  

(This is in addition to cluster sports days and other physical education events and activities such as swimming lessons and outdoor education at Low Mill.)

Principles

Every child will be expected to participate in at least one external activity every term relevant to the topics they are studying.

Years 3 and 4 will combine for a one/two night residential visit every other year.

Years 5 and 6 will combine for a two night residential visit every other year.

Support for parrents and Carers

http://www.youngminds.org.uk/for_parents

E Safety

Many parents are concerned about their children's access to online content through the accessibility of technology. If you are concerned about anything your child has accessed or if you feel that they have been a victim of, or involved in, online bullying, then please contact the school for support.

The following website: internetmatters.org  is a website dedicated to supporting parents and carers to keep their children safe online. Please click on the following links from that website for support and information:

Internet matters - Parrent Age Guides - 0 - 5

Internet matters - Parrent Age Guides - 6 - 10

Internet matters - Parrent Age Guides - 11-13

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Exernal Education Programme

Our children will spend time outside the school premises to enrich and enhance their learning and broaden their experiences of our local community and the wider country. Activities will support the children’s general development, improve learning skills, support understanding of curriculum topics and provide a wide range of experiences both local and national.  

(This is in addition to cluster sports days and other physical education events and activities such as swimming lessons and outdoor education at Low Mill.)

Principles

Every child will be expected to participate in at least one external activity every term relevant to the topics they are studying.
Years 3 and 4 will combine for a one/two night residential visit every other year.
Years 5 and 6 will combine for a two night residential visit every other year.

Residential Information

Kingswood Parents Guide

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