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Flash Ley seeks to provide an exciting, broad and balanced enrichment curriculum to our children through clubs like Art, PE, SEAL, Literacy club, booster clubs and sport. 

Our external sport clubs provide sport and games opportunities which focus on developing good quality skills, an understanding of tactics and teamwork, enjoyment and knowing how to improve. 

Teaching staff run weekly clubs planned on children's interests but to also develop skills and other loves of learning that aren't necessarily part of the curriculum. We strive to give our children lots of exposure to different aspects of subjects like Art, PSED, Sport but also encourage children to attend clubs like Lego, Dance and Origami club to enhance skills they already have.

On the 29th March, Nursery visited the Forest School at Birches Valley. We enjoyed exploring the great outdoors. Nursery built dens, jumped stepping stones and hunted for bugs! We had a great day working on our team building skills, exploring and experimenting with natural materials.

On the 28th March, all of Year 5 were invited to Stafford Fire Station for the morning. The children were split up into three groups and completed four workshops throughout the morning. They had the opportunity to learn about internet safety with a Police Officer, fire safety at home, road safety and the environment. There was a lot of information given throughout the morning which the children learned a lot from.

On Wednesday 27th March, year 3 had a fabulous time visiting Cadbury World. The visit was linked to our topic about the ancient Maya who invented chocolate. As well as learning lots of interesting facts about the Maya, we also learned all about the history of Cadbury’s. Did you know that Cadbury’s was founded in 1831? It’s actually 188 years old! Can you believe that Cadbury Dairy Milk has been around for 114 years? We also had a go on a cocoa bean ride which was great fun. We visited a fabulous rainforest room where we learned lots of interesting things about where chocolate comes from and we got to sample some melted chocolate. We were able to choose 2 scrumptious toppings to add to it - delicious! We also got to write our names in chocolate and wear a beautiful Maya headdress. It was a really super day and we would highly recommend anyone who likes chocolate, or is interested in history to visit!

Willow Weaving - February 2019 - The Midnight Gang and The Fellowship classes enjoyed a Design and Technology day outdoors. They worked cooperatively to plan, build and construct a reading den from living willow! They had to measure, mark out and cut the design before using tools and equipment safely to construct the dome.

Year 6 had the most amazing and inspirational time at Young Voices. It was such a memorable experience for us all, and we got to sing with Tony Hadley and a Britain’s Got Talent finalist! #youngvoices2019

Lazer Tag Experience

Green Goblin Experiences

Animal Man Experience for Early Years

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