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A lot is happening at Sidcot

- 21 September 2021 -

There is always lots happening at Sidcot School to help enrich student education and enjoyment of their schooling. The baby and toddler groups have been very well attended, the school has been very welcoming to its new international boarders, and the new programme of activities for Sidcot students has been incredibly popular.

children in Sidcot forest school

Parent and Toddler Forest School group takes place on Tuesdays 9.15-10.45am. The session allows your toddlers to explore the school’s forest area, where they can enjoy some activities based around nature, drinks and snacks around the fire, stories and songs.

child in a soft play tunnel

Stay & Play toddler group takes place on Thursdays 9.15-10.45am in the Sidcot Junior School Hall. There are lots of great enriching activities to do, inducing: tractor riding, lego and lots of fun on the soft play area!

mother and baby in a swimming lesson

Swimming sessions take place on Fridays 9.45-10.45am. The sessions introduce babes and toddlers to the water and incorporates rhyme, music and movement and is run by a fully qualified swim instructor.

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Sidcot students learning to canoe

The Programme of Activities for Sidcot Students (PASS) has been designed to provide all students throughout the school with an exciting opportunities to ‘Live Adventurously’.

Sidcot students learning a dance routine

In PASS, students are encouraged to try something new or to develop and build on skills they already have to grow in confidence and develop ‘Team and Leadership’ skills.

Sidcot students playing a board game

Students choose the activities that they would like to do every half term and are strongly encouraged to choose a range of activities to challenge themselves and their thinking.

If you’d like to find out more about baby and toddler groups, international boarding, or PASS activities at Sidcot, take a look at the school’s website.

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