Inspire Workshops are fun and exciting workshops hosted in each year group, throughout the year. They are a fantastic opportunity for all parents and guardians to come into school and spend time with their child, learning together in a relaxed atmosphere.
Inspire Workshops are held for each year group four times across the academic year. The class teachers plan fun, usually practical activities for children to work alongside their parent or guardian. The children always look forward to these events and it gives parents and guardians a chance to see the sort of activities their children do at school. They are a good social occasion and help teachers get to know the parents and guardians of the children they teach.
The feedback we get from parents, guardians and of course the children, is really positive. Everyone gets such a lot out of these sessions.
Every half term school have Inspire Workshops where parents/carers can join their children in different activities related to their learning. Since September 2018 parents have been into school to enjoy working with their children at the Inspire Workshops. Nursery parents joined their children in a teddy bears picnic. Reception parents were shown Bug Club and then worked with their children using the Bug Club site. Year 2 parents were given natural materials to make a wattle and daub picture. Year 3 parents had fun with art activities using lots of different materials. Year 4 parents enjoyed a trumpet performance. Year 5 parents created an under water scene and Year 6 parents were shown what their children would be up against in their upcoming SATs.