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May

Wonderful Wizard Of Oz!

On Thursday 4th April,  after weeks of rehearsals, year 5 put on a ‘west-end worthy’ performance of the Wizard of Oz! The children proved themselves to be fantastic actors, actresses and musicians and had the staff at Forest View beaming with pride. There wasn’t a dry eye in the room when Kayla performed her solo...
21
Mar

Forge Tennis Tourament

A group of our Year 3 and 4 pupils travelled to Southwell Tennis Club today for a special Forge Trust Tennis event. There were 4 academies from the trust there. We took 3 teams each being represented by 2 girls and 2 boys. There was lots of great tennis being played. We played children from...
18
Mar

Shelterbuilding, tree felling and brashing. A fun event for children with their families.

Shelterbuilding, tree felling and brashing. A fun event for children with their families. Cut your own materials to build a shelter while improving your woodland for the community. Get some experience using saws and loppers in a safe environment. Open to all ages but most suited to ages 6 upwards. Come dressed for the weather...
10
Mar

World Book Day

This year’s World Book Day saw the staff dressed as a dictionary and the children dressing a a huge range of book characters including many Roald Dahl creation, the Boy In the Stripped Pyjamas and plenty of appearances from Harry Potter and friends. During the day the children took part in a quiz linked to...
05
Mar

Yr4 Materials Recovery Visit

Year 4 have had another very busy day today.  This time we visited the Materials Recovery Facility in Forest Town. We were met by Lesley the education officer who introduced us to how and what to recycle.  She set us a challenge to sort a bag of “rubbish” into recycling, compost, charity bag and general...
26
Feb

Yr4 BASF visit

Mrs Mac as our science lead organised a fantastic visit to BASF in Alfreton for the children in Year 4.  BASF is a very large global chemical company, they began in 1865 by producing dyes for textiles.  The company employs around 115,000 people and is most famous for developing Polystyrene in the 1950s.  We were...
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Fri 31

Woodland Art in Boughton Brake

May 31 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Fri 31

Woodland Art at Boughton Brake

May 31 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm