Fittleworth C. E. Village School

Fittleworth C. E. Village School

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Trips and Residential Visits

  • Fittleworth C E Village School provides many opportunities for its pupils to enrich and enhance their experience through Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC). This encompasses both on-site and off-site learning, residential activities, environmental studies, sports, physical and cultural activities, business visits, conference and adventurous activities.

Butser Ancient Farm

The children in Year 3 have been to Butser Ancient Farm in Hampshire. Their visit formed part of their studies about the Stone Age. They had a fantastic day trying out ancient crafts such as wattle and daubing, and jewellery making. 

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     The Midnight Gang

  • The children in Ash class recently visited Chichester Theatre to see a performance of David Walliam's The Midnight Gang. The play is a story about a boy called Tom. A bang on the head during a cricket match at his boarding school has landed twelve-year-old Tom in the children’s ward of the spooky Lord Funt Hospital.
  • Luckily, he’s not on his own with the child-hating Matron and the scary-looking Porter. George, Amber, Robin and Sally are in there too, and they’re not taking things lying down. When the lights go out and    the clock strikes twelve, they’re off. But will they let new boy Tom join their forbidden midnight adventures through the hospital’s labyrinthine realm?
  • This inventive tale of fun, friendship and the importance of kindness is adapted from David Walliams’s biggest selling children’s book of 2016.
  • The theatre was packed. The production kept everyone entertained to the end and was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

 

A bang on the head during a cricket match at his boarding school has landed twelve-year-old Tom in the children’s ward of the spooky Lord Funt Hospital.

Luckily, he’s not on his own with the child-hating Matron and the scary-looking Porter. George, Amber, Robin and Sally are in there too, and they’re not taking things lying down. When the lights go out and the clock strikes twelve, they’re off. But will they let new boy Tom join their forbidden midnight adventures through the hospital’s labyrinthine realm?

This inventive tale of fun, friendship and the importance of kindness is adapted from David Walliams’s biggest selling children’s book of 2016.

Residential Trips

We really value our residential trips. They give the children the opportunity to experience being away from home in a safe nurturing environment. They allow the children to try new sports and activities, have new educational experiences beyond the classroom. 

We believe that the Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education (PSHCE) of the children is the most important aspect of any residential visit.  Being away together and doing things together as a group is a wonderful learning experience that the children will always remember.  They learn to be more independent by having to be responsible for their own welfare and belongings.  They learn to care for one another, to be more tolerant and to put the needs of others first.  They learn to work together in all kinds of team-building situations.

Our current programme for Residential trips is:-

Year 6 to Le Touquet in France

Year 4 and 5 to PGL on the Isle of Wight

Year 3 to Goodwood Estate, West Sussex

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