Gorseland Primary School Update

Gorseland’s staff have been busy supporting the children of key workers and continued to do so over the Easter break when lots of Easter themed crafts and games were planned for them. The children in school have enjoyed many exciting activities and opportunities. Forest School activities have provided the children with the opportunity to work outside and get creative. Lots of PE has taken place too with the help of Joe Wicks. The children have also created their own Gorseland rainbow, which can be seen on the Deben Avenue cycle path

For those children and families accessing school from home, we have created The GorseHub which you’ll find at: tinyurl.com/sbtmcow.

The activities are updated weekly and we are enjoying seeing the work you have been sending us via email: learning@gorseland.net.

For our smaller learners, www.hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk has a great range of activities for the under-fives.

Our staff have also been busy perfecting their dancing skills with a weekly GorseTok challenge! We have loved seeing your own videos which you have sent us. You can access GorseTok from the GorseHub link above.

In other news, the school has been awarded the Eco-School Green Flag, which recognises the hard work our eco-warriors, children and staff have done to develop environmental awareness in the school

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