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Hanson Box

Hanson Box

Published on 23rd November

Very happy to receive our 2020 Hanson Box in school today.

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Pied Piper

Pied Piper Theatre Company

Published on 17th November

The Pied Piper Theatre Company visited Loseley Fields today to perform an adapted 'socially distanced' version of 'ZOOM!'.

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Bikeability

Bikeability Level 1

Published on 11th November

Today our Year 4 children took part in the Bikeability Level 1 course which aims to develop mastery in cycle handling in an off-road environment and prepare riders for cycling on the road. Well done to all our Year 4 children who took part and passed with flying colours.

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Learning Walks 1

Learning Walks

Published on 9th October

Leaders have had the pleasure of going into each class to watch the learning taking place this week.

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Totem Madness 1

Totem Madness

Published on 8th October

As part of our Wonderful World week Year 1 have been learning all about Alaska. The totem pole is the most well known type of art made by Alaska Natives and here our children have created their very own version.


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New Building Named

The New Building is Named

Published on 8th October

We were all very excited to see our new building receive it’s official name last week. The Field Study Centre @ Loseley is nearing completion with just a few more weeks to go before we can start to teach in the brand new science lab where, alongside the new outdoor education site next to the building, we can give the children real hands on experience learning about all aspects of science and field studies.

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Library

New School Library

Published on 8th October

One of the things we were really keen to develop at Loseley Fields was the library. The book stock was very dated and shabby, the murals were lovely but had been there a long time and it all just felt rather sad.

Over lockdown, one of our parents, Mr Simon Murray, offered his services so we jumped at the chance to get him to redecorate the library! We started by painting it pale grey, then (with Mr Yordanov’s help) put up a really striking 3D origami effect wallpaper mural, which really brightened up the space and made it feel much more ‘grown up’. Mrs Palmer painstakingly scrubbed all the old labels off the non-fiction shelving & cleaned the remaining books to rejuvenate them, whilst tree stump & pebble cushions, rugs and new shelving completed the makeover – I’m sure you’ll agree it looks fabulous and inviting!

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