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Read about some of the SMSC experiences are pupils have been enjoying recently:

Working with The Derby Open Centre 

Pupils in Year 3 and Year 4 enjoyed a day of Asian cookery led by Samantha and Helen from the Open Centre. The chickpea curry recipe was very popular with parents/carers as well as children! Copies of the recipe are still available from the Office.

The Year 4 visit to religious places of worship in Derby proved to be a huge success and we were delighted that all pupils were able to go on the visit. Emma Carroll and Ali Mc Kenzie, School Governors accompanied pupils on the trip and this proved a useful insight into our work on Religious Education and also our PSHE curriculum.

Year 5 and Year 6 pupils are looking forward to Passover workshops on Friday 30th June 2017.

Manchester City Art Gallery Project Spring 2016- every pupil visited the Art Gallery and worked with artist Amanda Mc Crann at the gallery and in school.

Manchester City Art Gallery Project Spring 2016- every pupil visited the Art Gallery and worked with artist Amanda Mc Crann at the gallery and in school. 1 Creating our mosaics.
Manchester City Art Gallery Project Spring 2016- every pupil visited the Art Gallery and worked with artist Amanda Mc Crann at the gallery and in school. 2 Inspired by the theme "Nature near and far".
Manchester City Art Gallery Project Spring 2016- every pupil visited the Art Gallery and worked with artist Amanda Mc Crann at the gallery and in school. 3 Working with the artist back in school.
Manchester City Art Gallery Project Spring 2016- every pupil visited the Art Gallery and worked with artist Amanda Mc Crann at the gallery and in school. 4
Manchester City Art Gallery Project Spring 2016- every pupil visited the Art Gallery and worked with artist Amanda Mc Crann at the gallery and in school. 5 Mosaics are ready to be grouted onto the limestone
 Forest School

Forest School at Buxton Junior School- an opportunity to develop confidence, work collaboratively and enjoy nature and learning in our natural environment.

Forest School at Buxton Junior School- an opportunity to develop confidence, work collaboratively and enjoy nature and learning in our natural environment. 1
Forest School at Buxton Junior School- an opportunity to develop confidence, work collaboratively and enjoy nature and learning in our natural environment. 2

Year 5 pupils learn about the Vikings at Tatton Park -12th October 2016

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