We are inviting parents with children aged three – five to a free stay and play session to learn more about the Early Years offering at Sibford School.
Sibford School Early Years is situated in its own distinctive area of Sibford School’s 50-acre campus and benefits from small class sizes and ample parking. Under the Early Education Funding Scheme, three to four-year olds are eligible for up to 15 hours free childcare per week at Sibford School.
The varied and innovative teaching at Sibford School Early Years provides a perfect entry into school life. Outdoor learning is an integral part of Sibford’s Nursery and Reception programme, where pupils are encouraged to ‘live adventurously’. The dedicated Forest School area encourages children to get involved in a variety of activities which not only given them a sense of achievement but also supports the development of language, communication and motors kills.
Three themed stay and play session will run throughout May and June to showcase the great Early Years offering to prospective parents.
Forest School Friday 10th May. 10.30 – 11.45
Led by one of our forest school trained staff , this is an opportunity for your child have the freedom to explore and take risks.
Woodwork Friday 24th May. 10.30 – 11.45
Children will be shown how to use saws and nails safely and use these skills to create something to take home. It will give your child the opportunity to think creatively and develop problem solving skills.
Treasure Hunt Friday 21st June. 10.30 – 11.45
Starting in our traditional Iron Age round house, follow clues to take you on adventure around our school grounds. Your adventure will take you to our willow maize, forest school, apple orchard and willow tunnels.
Booking is essential as places are limited. To book onto a session, call Elspeth Dyer on 01295 781 203.