Southmead Primary School

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Headteacher: Mr Nicholas Plumb

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CEET Update

29th November 2023

Southmead Lower KS2 had so much fun at Croyde Beach with Ranger Holly on their last session. The students explored the beach, collecting fishing net, shells and driftwood along the way for a festive craft! They returned to the indoor space with buckets full of treasure to make Christmas decorations with. They were tasked with making one out of the fishing net they had found to add to the Croyde’s ‘rubbish tree’ and one with shells and driftwood to take home. The Christmas tree found at the entrance to Croyde Beach is made from masses of fishing net collected each year by the Beach Ranger Team and is decorated with various litter that washes in or is left on the beach. This year, the theme is community, and the idea is that people clean the beach at the same time as using that litter to decorate the tree. It was great for the group to get involved and add their own creations!

At the end of the session, Rufus said a huge thankyou to Ella (Schools Education Lead) for running such fun sessions this term with them, and that she was “the loveliest person he’d met!”

15th December 

Southmead Upper KS2 enjoyed the fresh ocean air at Croyde Beach with Ranger Holly on their last session. The students explored the beach, collecting fishing net, shells and driftwood as they  wondered in the winter sunshine. They returned to the indoor space with buckets full of treasure to make Christmas decorations with. They were tasked with making one out of the fishing net they had found to add to the Croyde’s ‘rubbish tree’ and one with shells and driftwood to take home. The Christmas tree found at the entrance to Croyde Beach is made from masses of fishing net collected each year by the Beach Ranger Team and is decorated with various litter that washes in or is left on the beach. This year, the theme is community, and the idea is that people clean the beach at the same time as using that litter to decorate the tree. It was great for the group to get involved and add their own creations!

Summary

Southmead KS2 have simply been awesome on their first term joining CEET. Every single student from both groups were outstanding throughout, their manners are impeccable and the friendships amongst them are lovely to watch grow as the term has gone on.
No matter the activity, each student showed up with so much excitement to be outdoors which was just wonderful and really showed us at CEET that these sessions are so valuable to each child that attends. Over the course of the term, the students had the opportunity to develop their own  individual skill sets and discover new skills to take away with them. Despite often having tasks that could be completed independently, their kindness to help one another in times of difficulty and sense of teamwork that progressed was fantastic.
These students were an absolute pleasure to have attend CEET sessions and an asset to Southmead Primary School.

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