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Wicor Primary School

Wicor Primary School

Environmental Education

Children have an innate curiosity for their world and in particular they have a strong desire to learn about the natural world.  Children love learning about wild animals and plants and never tire of new information and facts whether it be about the rainforests of Indonesia or the New Forest. Children notice things when they are out and about and these observations lead to questions; questions which are the fuel for deep learning.

At Wicor, our aim is to capitalise on all this learning power by providing a rich and inspiring environmental learning curriculum which encompasses natural history, environmental science and horticulture.  

Environmental Learning

We provide opportunities for our pupils to be actively involved in environmental campaigns and research.
In 2016 the older children and some staff watched the film A Plastic Ocean which had just been made by Australian journalist, Craig Leeson.  This film changed the way we thought about our school's relationship with plastic.  We drew up some aims and set out to reduce plastic waste and consumption.

Grounds for Learning

“Wicor School is a gem doing more than any school I think I have ever seen to create the perfect learning environment for children." Alexia Robinson, founder of British Food Fortnight
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