We had a fantastic morning of Natural Learning fun on the 28th of June. It was so lovely to share our beautiful space with so many new families. Massive thank you to all our parent helpers and the PTFA for making this day so successful. https://youtu.be/tAXUvCV3DX4 We are looking forward to hosting another Open Day [...]
Our Saplings A few words from our Pre-school leader... What an [...]
We raised £40 for Red Nose Day 2017! Thank you for your kind donations.
It has been wonderful sharing our Natural Learning with the Reception children from Bearnes. This week May was serving 'Cloud Soup' in the Rainbow Cafe. Jaden made a home for his swamp monster and beautiful peg fairies popped up all around the garden! What a delight - thank you Gin!
Hennock and Bearnes Foundation Stage have been enjoying some inspirational sessions in Natural Learning HQ with our local, Level 3 Forest School Practitioner, Gin Methley. In these sessions learning happens through child led play. The children are encouraged to explore and connect with nature through practical experiences that stimulate all their senses. We aim [...]
Toby the Tortoise has been in Miss Marian's family for nearly 30 years and he came to visit Willow class today. We found out what he likes to eat, where he sleeps and how he hibernates during the winter. We drew a tortoise's life-cycle and then painted watercolour pictures of Toby, but most of all [...]
On Wednesday 29th March, Hennock held its second open day of the academic year. The Easter themed day, began with an assembly at the Church in which we shared all that Reverend Hamilton had taught us about the significance of Easter in the Christian faith. No sooner had the rapturous applause died than we were [...]
WOW - What an inspiring day! Ash are bursting with pride after our incredible day spent making miniature worlds. The ecstatic response of the children to Naomi's stunning resources catalyzed their imaginations and created some truly magical sculptures.
Year 6 rounded off their Science Week with a day of hands on Science at South Devon Technical College. The children engineered their own rockets; made their own indicator solution from red cabbage; watched in awe as elephant's toothpaste spewed from a cylinder and even had a go at writing their own arduino computer [...]