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What is Tribe Time?

Tribe time runs every Friday afternoon and is designed to promote team working, a love of the outdoors and help promote cultural and social understanding.  These enrichment opportunities for children with memories that last a lifetime! Each Year group experiences a different activity every half term. Outdoor clothing is essential on some of the activities as they take place no matter what the weather.

 

 

 

 

FOREST SCHOOL

Mr Gardner/Mr Norton

GREEN GROWERS

Miss Angell

RAT RACE

Mr Taylor

The Great  Outdoors

Mrs Senior/Mrs         Williams

British Sign Language

Mrs Cadieu

Performing Arts

Mrs Lockwood

 

 

Summer 1

 

Year 4

 

Year 1

 

Year 2

 

Year 3

 

Year 6

 

Year 5

 

Forest Schools is an inspirational process, that offers ALL learners regular opportunities to achieve and develop confidence and self-esteem through hands-on learning experiences in a woodland or natural environment. Activities include den building, camp fire building and pond dipping

Green Growers makes full use of our  cottage garden to teach gardening skills and an understanding of green plants and animals including the food chain.

Rat Race is designed to teach team working skills through a series of challenges culminating in a fiendishly difficult obstacle course. To make the most out of this activity requires determination, good communication and a commitment to being part of  a team.

British Sign Language offers a basic introduction of communicating in British Sign Language. The session also forms links with Sheffield and encourages pupils to reflect on the importance of inclusion  and cultural awareness

Performing Arts teaches key drama skills including improvisation, characterisation and movement skills. It help develop oracy and self confidence.

The Great Outdoors  emphasises the importance of caring for our environment and the Countryside Code. Learners are taught how to select suitable sites for camping, how to pitch tents, camp fire songs and how to help protect the natural environment.