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Cavendish school, 31 Inverness St, NW1 7HB
We still have spaces! MAY HALF TERM TRIPS 2017
Morning adventures as below – then back to Cavendish school to eat lunch there (the older children may return later). Afternoons will be art/science activities connected to the morning trip, and Sport sessions at from 1pm.
30th May: Visit to the V&A Museum of childhood to explore, build, design and construct – inspired by the townscape of the Museum’s new installation, Place (Village) by Rachel Whiteread We will design and build our own townscapes back at Cavendish school during the afternoon. We have a block printing workshop booked at 10.30am!
31st May: Celebrate London History Day at Tower Bridge. Discover the hidden history and see panoramic views across London through a glass floored walkway 42 m high above the River Thames, with workshops in the Engine Room. Unicorn Theatre trip at 2pm ‘The man who knew it all!’ – interactive and suitable for 4-10s. Email me to book a place.
1st June: 09.30-13:00 At the extraordinary Wallace Collection which has a fine Armour section and superb 18th/19th century Art in the most beautiful residence, we have interactive tours planned, having fun trying on costumes and armour and getting an insight into one of the world’s greatest collections. Learn to look at a picture (3-4s), My First Visit (5-7s), Portraits of the Wallace Collection (8-11s).
2nd June: Friday trip as usual to Regent’s Park with nature art and sport activities followed by art in the afternoon, back at the school.
We will leave Cavendish at 9am every day (no extra charge) splitting into age groups to travel on public transport and age-appropriate tours, returning to the school for 1pm lunch/afternoon art/sport activities.
SENIOR FOREST SCHOOL PROGRAMME 6+ years 10am-4pm
NEW JUNIOR FOREST SCHOOL PROGRAMME 3-5 years 9.45am-3pm
- Outdoors all day
- Exploring natural environment in local parks, den/shelter making, hot chocolate in Kelly kettles, team games, nature crafts, getting muddy, making friends and having great fun
- Outdoor kitchen cooking for 6+, learning to make fires safely, and cooking delicious camp fire food
- Waterproof, warm outdoor jacket, trousers and boots essential – as are hat/gloves/spare pair of socks
- Find out more about Forest School ethos here
- Both Forest schools (include wrap around at Holiday Academy if required 8.30-6pm). Pick up/drop off from Holiday Academy venue, Cavendish school
We make time for child-led and own choice activities with DRESSING UP CLOTHES, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ART/CRAFT ACTIVITIES, BOARD GAMES, FUN PARACHUTE GAMES, AND MANY BOOKS TO READ
FOREST SCHOOL is an inspirational alternative learning experience which takes place on a regular basis outdoors in natural settings and across all seasons!
*We reserve the right to change the programme
*Our basic timetable (‘clubs’ are extra to this)
8.30 – EARLY BIRD Activities: Art, Games/puzzles, Percussion instruments, Books, Den-building
9.15-10.00 – Settling in sessions for parents/carers to stay and play
10-10.30 – WARM UP/WELCOME
10.30-11.10 – Music or Drama/Yoga or Sport – Wash hands for snack
11.10-11.30 – SNACK TIME
11.30-12.10 – Music or Drama/Yoga or Sport
12.15-12.50 – Music or Drama/Yoga or Sport – Wash hands for lunch/Morning-onlys pickup time
13.00-13.45 – LUNCH
13.45-14.45 – Art/Craft – Sport/Games – Den-building – Story telling – walk to the park
14.50-15.50 – Art/Craft – Sport/Games – Den-building – Story telling – walk to the park Gather up belongings for Home time/Wash hands for snack
16.00-16.15 – SNACK/Extended day – Reviewing the day, Art/Crafts, Games, Books, Den-building
18.00 – HOME TIME
*We reserve the right to changes in the staff/programme