Willow Weaving 2023

On Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th July Sally Wheal and Claire Butler undertook sessions with the children teaching them the art of willow weaving. They have completed another tree, a deer and badger to add to the other wild animals, down the side of the playground fence, as part of the schools ongoing projects linked to the community and National Park Ranger service as one of their Ambassador schools.  The project also helps to promote the importance of sustainability within the environment and how the smallest contribution can have such a big impact.

One of the children commented “I can’t wait for next year when Sally and Claire come again next year. I look forward to willow weaving and making the different animals. Mrs B says next year we are adding wild flowers, another stag and our church!”

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2024

June
Mon 3rd – INSET Day
Tues 4th – Tempest Group Photos
Tue 18th – National Park Ranger Day – Whittle Farm day trip
Wed 19th – MAST Hannah Wills am
Thurs 20th – Schools Together
Mon 24th – INSET Day
Tues 25th – Eyam Collective Worship Y2 & Y3
July
Tues 2nd – MAST Hannah Wills am
Weds 3rd – NSPCC “Speak out, Stay Safe”
Mon 15th – Lea Green Trip -Whole School
Tues 16th – Music Concert TBC