Rodmarton School Open Mornings
The clocks are changing, the leaves are falling, and the woods near Rodmarton Primary School are ringing to the sound of the pupils learning all about the outdoors!
Forest School complements the pupils’ classroom education by helping them learn through exploration and experimentation. They learn to master simple tools, collect wood, make shelters and dens, paint with mud and understand wildlife and nature.
Just 10 minutes from Cirencester, Rodmarton School – rated “good” by Ofsted in September 2016 – also offers Little Acorns, early morning and after school clubs (7.30am – 6pm), with after school activities ranging from tag rugby and football to drama, science, and arts and crafts. There is also a modern library, a resource/computing suite, and a huge 2.5 acre sports field.
As well as the annual intake of Reception children, there are places available across the school. Parents call it “a hidden gem” but come and see for yourself at our open mornings – 9am to 11am on Wednesday 15thand Wednesday 29th November.
Little Squirrels Stay, Play and Make group for preschoolers takes place in Rodmarton Village Hall (next to the school) from 1.15-2.45pm on Fridays during term time. Why not come along?
Contact the school on 01285 841284
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