We are very fortunate to work with Wild Science this year. Wild Science enables our pupils to learn about and explore a variety of animals. The pupils really enjoy these sessions.
For more information, visit Wild Science on www.wildsci.co.uk
Animation Project 2017
Some of our children had the opportunity to work with pupils from Peckham Park School on an animation project. The pupils had a lot of fun and worked very hard to put these animation videos together.
These animations were made as part of creative:connection, a programme run by award-winning arts charity Create, which brings together school pupils with and without disabilities to make collaborative art, develop friendships and build shared understanding.
Please see some of the lovely animation videos below that were created during these sessions.
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We were involved in a Science Day hosted by ‘Working Science’ with lots of interesting things to explore. Pupils had the opportunity to make their own volcanoes and explore a range of light and dark resources.
For more information on Working Science and the work they do, please visit www.workingscience.co.uk
Haymerle School is fortunate to be part of Slow Food London Schools Project. We have been provided with grants to buy raised beds for the pupils to plant fruit and vegetables. The pupils all enjoy helping in the garden, planting, watering and harvesting the crops. We have recently been lucky enough to have been provided with an orchard too with 40 fruit trees for the pupils to enjoy. This was provided by Slow Food London working in partnership with the London Orchard Project.
“Slow Food London is pleased to support Haymerle School as part of the Slow Food London Schools Programme, a project working to provide edible landscapes and raised beds; and via the Slow Food London Orchards Programme which plants community orchards in inner-city areas. Schools are community hubs, and by working in these public spaces the entire community benefits from the urban oasis that they create. Details of Slow Food’s work can be found here.
Shane Holland, Chair, Slow Food London
Board Director for England, Slow Food (Trust) UK