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Priory School-outdoor learning???

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On 6 Sep 2018 at 10:27am Parent wrote:
Some kids in my daughter's class are being sent to forest school during normal lessons. This has not been mentioned to us. Why is my child not doing it? Is it some kind of punishment / therapy???
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On 6 Sep 2018 at 11:51am nancy wrote:
Why don't you ask the school?
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On 6 Sep 2018 at 12:33pm Obviously wrote:
They're only sending the clever kids, yours must be a thicko.
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On 6 Sep 2018 at 1:28pm Parent wrote:
It's the children that find school based learning more difficult that go. However in the experience of my children that translates as the naughtiest and most disruptive kids. It does however give one day a weeks relief for all the other children that have to share the classroom with them the rest of the week.
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On 6 Sep 2018 at 3:29pm Parent wrote:
Thank you parent. Thought as much.
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On 6 Sep 2018 at 3:43pm parent wrote:
Sounds like a good idea.
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On 7 Sep 2018 at 11:32am You lot ! wrote:
As there is no iband for year 8 .. the children that find school life a little hard go as there is no help or money for these kids .. sure sending them to out door learning is better than to kick these kids to the Kurb ! Most of your attitude stinks . Naughty kids god parents need to change there view on this as all children are not perfect!!!
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On 7 Sep 2018 at 2:57pm Petting Zoo wrote:
It's like work experience or a day trip to a petting zoo, the troublesome ones get sent to these types of events whenever there is an ofsted inspection.
Be thankful your child isn't going.
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On 7 Sep 2018 at 3:01pm Hmm wrote:
When I look back at the really disruptive kids when I was at school they generally had some pretty bad stuff going on. One had parents going through a really bad divorce, one was later diagnosed with mental health problems and another told me many years later that he was being sexually abused by his step dad. I'm sure that others were just rebelling against authority or the fact that they couldn't meet the expectations of teachers or peers. Anything that keeps these kids in the education system and doing something productive has got to be valuable. Anybody of a certain age who went to Priory will remember My Sykes who seemed to do this singlehandedly for many years and is fondly remembered by many (little sh*ts) because of it.
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On 7 Sep 2018 at 3:14pm Bill Sykes ? wrote:
I probably left before him. And therefore had to suffer the teachers as described in "The Wall " by Pink Floyd. Having said that, living in Uckfield (and going in by train,) we had our own woods etc for entertainment. They're all built on now, even our bike track
 
 
On 19 Sep 2018 at 5:56pm 12345 wrote:
it actually helps a lot with school by the way in my experience of it


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