Learning outside the classroom is part of everyday practice through all levels of provision at Martenscroft.
As part of a visioning exercise a few years ago, the staff team made a direct commitment to extend children’s learning through first-hand experiences and to offer every child a curriculum that reflected not only their stage of development, but also their own unique and individual interests. The whole observation, assessment and planning system within the centre has been reviewed and developed to allow for this to happen.
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