At Little Chalfont Primary School we place a strong emphasis on enriching our curriculum through outdoor learning. We are fortunate to have extensive grounds which creates lots of opportunities for learning. In March 2018 we transformed an overgrown waste area to the side of school into an area with a pond and many varieties of trees which in time will develop into a woodland area. We introduced 11 goldfish, 3 carp and approximately 200 baby froglets into the pond area. These were grown from frogspawn in our Reception class. Over the coming months our Year 4 class is growing trout in a tank in their classroom which will eventually be released into the River Chess. We are hoping to keep a couple for our pond.
The photos below show the waste area as it was slowly transformed into an area for the children to access as a resource for their learning.
This page will be updated regularly to show some other projects that are currently in progress.
LCPS Sculpture Garden:
In June 2018, our talented Year 6 children created some sculptures out of redundant materials found around the school site. The theme this year was 'Living Things.' The photos below highlight all the hard work the children and Mrs Nowlan put into these amazing creations