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24/04/19

Retweeted From NHS England Youth Forum

Here we have it... the Educating the Educators campaign’s Dear Teachers video! 👩‍🏫 To have a real impact for , we want these important messages to reach as many teachers & education professionals as possible. Can you help us share it far & wide? ⭐️ https://t.co/MvldwFdyP0

23/04/19

A reminder that we have staff INSET days on Tuesday 23/4 and Wednesday 24/4. We will look forward to seeing the pupils back on Thursday 25/4 to start the summer term. Enjoy 2 more days of the sunshine with your family. https://t.co/kC66jZVIlW

21/04/19

This term we will complete our first year as a school & hold our first Sports Day.

20/04/19

Retweeted From Drew Morris

Free training on Wednesday 24th April at 4pm. https://t.co/X1aDeCcaQe Book your tickets and come and join us. https://t.co/G7cokd25hW

17/04/19

Retweeted From Victor Perton, “That Optimism Man”

"Working with a team of staff who are values-led, child-centred and forward-thinking makes me ." That's what Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA told me! https://t.co/D8zmaOzFfl

17/04/19

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

I recognise that rug & room features - another stock photo from APS shoot? https://t.co/VxOMSGOJyx

17/04/19

We are sorry to hear you did not get offered a place at APS. Let us know if you want help with the appeal. Our admissions team are back in on 23/4 to support.

17/04/19

We are so sorry to hear that. Let us know what we can do to help the appeal process. Our admissions team will be back in school from Tuesday 23/4.

15/04/19

Tomorrow is ! We are excited to find out who our 60 families are who will be joining us in September 😀 Let us know when you find out and you have a place! https://t.co/NRG3RwdWH7

05/04/19

We kicked off the Easter holidays with a BANG today! Thanks to for a great morning, Poppies class learnt all about rockets and they even made their own! https://t.co/RlH5KyAuWT

02/04/19

Our children had such a great time with the Farmer Gows Mobile Farm this morning ! They got to feed kids, stroke lambs and hold chicks and ducklings 🐥 https://t.co/1MA02lVz0H

29/03/19

Would you like to join our Leadership Team as an Early Years (EYFS) Leader? We are looking to expand our team for Sept. To find out more: https://t.co/0cz7gqV65d

29/03/19

Would you like to work in a brand new, state of the art, STEAM school? We are looking for a Class Teacher to join our expanding team in September. Find out more and apply online: https://t.co/TIsEAuNPV2

29/03/19

Would you like to join our culture of wellbeing, where we are all valued and supported so that we can ‘grow, learn and flourish’. We are looking for a Reception Teacher to join our team in Sept. Find out more and apply online: https://t.co/PMoE0vxrIz

28/03/19

Our next Cyber Safety Briefing, run by school staff, will be held on Wednesday 4th April from 5.30 - 6.30pm . We will give you an update on current cyber safety issues and help you feel better equipped to have conversations at home. https://t.co/FQdGRJHjLH

21/03/19

Retweeted From Chris Williams

Thank you children and staff at and for a very warm welcome and wonderful day. I’m very proud to welcome your school to and look forward to being part of your journey. https://t.co/ipzIBTk82W

20/03/19

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

Prue Leith says “lunchtime should be a lesson, and all pupils and staff should eat the same school dinner”: https://t.co/yCHJV0X7DH would you like to come & visit who do this?

20/03/19

We are recruiting for a Nursery Teacher to join our wonderful team here . A really exciting time to join a new nursery and school setting and have a real impact on the future shaping of the school. Find out more and apply online - https://t.co/M7JSkkq8i4 https://t.co/efOZ7nJXqM

19/03/19

Retweeted From Aureus Primary

Poppies have been busy making fossils today for their dinosaurs topic this term! 🦕 We love how they have turned out! https://t.co/yUQ0qEwH69

Outdoor Learning

At Aureus Primary School we believe that learning need not take place solely within the classroom. Outdoor time often provides the most memorable learning experiences and helps children to make sense of the world around them by putting their learning into a meaningful context.

Being outdoors has a positive impact on children’s sense of well-being.  It offers opportunities for exploring learning in different ways and on different scales than when indoors.  It gives children first-hand contact with weather, seasons and the natural world and offers them freedom to explore, use their senses and be physically active.

At Aureus Primary School , we are extremely fortunate to be set in large grounds, with sports fields, a hard play area, a sensory garden and a wildlife area, which are all resources which will positively enhance our educational provision.

Our Early Years and Key Stage 1 classrooms allow for secure indoor-outdoor education.

Opportunities for outdoor learning will be planned  to enhance our STEAM based curriculum, as well as to develop personal and social skills, communication, problem solving, thinking skills and teamwork.

Click here to view our Outdoor Learning & Visits Policy