The 8th of June was a special day for the pupils of Amberley Parochial School. We had a visit from 5 special men who were Royal Marine Commandos. They had come to teach us about learning powers and that they aren’t just used in the classroom,; they are used in the real world. As a school we have 'Learning Powers' and they have a similar thing called 'Ethos'. All the classes each got an hour to be with the men and do activities with them. There were two parts to the hour; one in the Guardianship, learning about rations and their gear, and the other doing an assault course in the dirt and mud. It was a great surprise to us all when we were expected to roll around in the mud. The head of the me
We love our welly walks and improved connections with the natural world are recognised in having benefits for all. This month, The Wildlife Trust have launched a campaign to encourage young people to spend more time outdoors. Visit the link to find out more. Will you Go Wild this June?!