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Farlingaye High School


A HIGH school in Suffolk has been working with Skills Builder Partnership since 2018 to develop the eight Essential Skills. These are the skills that underpin success at every stage of life: they unlock learning while at school, ensure young people are fully prepared for the independence of university and college, and empower people to land their dream job. Students and teachers at Farlingaye High School, in Woodbridge, have been developing the eight Essential Skills by using the Skills Builder resources in their Careers lessons. Year 8 students were given the opportunity to apply their skills practice and take on the Operation Moonbase mission on their exciting Challenge Day. Tasked to find a way to help solve the problem of a booming population, students worked in teams to establish a new society on a distant moon.


They explored their Leadership skills by becoming managers, selecting a crew to support them on their mission, as well as taking responsibility for designing a constitution of laws as politicians. Applying their Problem


Solving and Teamwork skills at the highest standard, they created their dream cities within tight budgets and even tighter deadlines. Teams were challenged to use their creativity skills when taking on the role of architects and builders to make their ideal moonbase come to life in model form. The day culminated in a test of the learners' presenting skills as they put together a persuasive pitch to advertise their new society. In what was a very tight timescale, the students rose to the occasion and should be extremely proud of their efforts.


The students gained a lot from the experience and commented: “The two skills we feel we have developed the most today are Leadership and Teamwork. We worked best when one person took the lead to guide our team so we all knew what we needed to do.” “Today was entertaining as well as challenging!” Mrs Laird, Assistant Headteacher and Careers Lead, said, “It’s been lovely to see how students worked as teams. They recognised their strengths and contributed them to support their teammates and complete the tasks.”


WOODBRIDGE ART CLUB


THE latest taster course for people interested in trying out different types of art had 14 enthusiastic participants who turned out some really good work. There will be further courses, the first around Easter time. Details will appear on our Facebook page. Anyone interested in joining the club can also use Facebook to ask for an application form and further details. Technophobes can use snail mail or call into the club during exhibition opening times to pick up a form. The AGM which takes


place in mid March will elect a new committee who will get working on a programme of events for the coming year, which will include more evening and weekend activities


Suffolk


Wildlife Trust, Woodbridge


Wildlife Group


TREE-mendous coppicing – how to manage an 800 year old woodland. There is a chance to learn more about traditional woodland management when Giles Cawston, Woodlands Warden at Suffolk Wildlife Trust, gives a talk entitled “Treemendous Coppicing” at Woodbridge Community Hall, 7.30pm on Thursday 18th April. The talk has been organised


by Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Woodbridge Wildlife Group and chairman Phil Smith said, “As well as creating firewood and hazel products, coppicing helps to maintain woodland habitat for birds, butterflies and mammals. I feel sure this will be a very interesting evening." Admission to the talk is £3 for adults with children under 16 free. There will be a raffle and light refreshments served during the evening. Booking is not required.


For further information


please ring 01473 625630 or e mail swtwoodbridge@outlook. com


for those who are not free during the day.


Our 51st summer exhibition opens in the club gallery in Tide Mill Way on Good Friday 19th April and will be open all the bank holiday weekend from 10am-5pm. Thereafter it will be open at these times every weekend


and bank


holiday Monday till the end of September. As well as the usual selection of paintings, pottery and cards, the book relating the clubs first fifty years, with many interesting photos, will be on sale. The remaining copies of our 2019 calendar will be available for a small donation of your choice. We look


forward to


welcoming both old friends and newcomers.


Saxmundham Sports CC


PRE-season evening net sessions will take place at Framlingham College Sports Centre on successive Monday evenings 8pm-9.30pm on March 25th, April 1st, April 8th and April 15th, cost £2.50 per person. Plans to run Junior All Stars for 7 yrs - 9 yrs are now being put in to place. This year they will run on Thursday evenings for eight successive weeks commencing on May 16th. Our first fixtures of the


Two Counties season will commence in early May as follows: Sudbury 3rds, Saturday 4th May (away), Tendring, Saturday 11th May (home), Colchester Cavaliers, Saturday 18th May (away). Remember if you wish to come along to indoor nets and play cricket in the summer then please contact Saxmundham Sports Cricket Club on 'saxcricket.co.uk' or text Graham on 07962 124069 or Tom Feveyear on 07816 856103.


EASTER FUN HOLIDAY CLUB!


WE wanted to let you know about our very exciting Easter Fun Holiday Club that is coming up on Tuesday 9th to Thursday 11th April.


The club is being run by Just42 and held at Kyson


FRAM 4 Mark Welford BA (Hons) Tutoring to your individual needs.


Find me at www.leistontuition.co.uk Email: leistontuition@outlook.com


Building 162 Acer Road Rendlesham IP12 2GA


www.rendleshamdaynursery.co.uk Tel: 01394 420581


Building 162 Acer Road Rendlesham IP12 2GA www.rendleshamdaynursery.co.uk Tel: 01394 420581


High Quality Childcare for 0-5 years old


• Flexible sessions


High Quality Childcare for 0-5 years old RATED OUTSTANDING BY OFSTED


RATED OUTSTANDING BY OFSTED


Primary School from 10am to 2pm. This is for all Reception to Year 6 children. Booking forms can be downloaded from the 'What's On' section on our website (www.just42. org.uk).


• Web cams – log on to the internet and watch your children while they play! • Nursery led by a level 6 • Funded sessions for 2-5 year olds


• Spacious & well-equipped Baby, toddler and pre-school rooms


• Friendly and qualified staff • Flexible sessions • Friendly and qualified staff


• Web cams – log on to the internet and watch your children while they play! • Nursery led by a level 6 • Funded sessions for 2-5 year olds


• Spacious & well-equipped Baby, toddler and pre-school rooms


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MARK WELFORD As an English tutor, working across a range of age groups, I still continue to be inspired by the enthusiasm and achievements my students show in the subject. In many ways English tuition is proving itself to be a valuable addition for an increasing number of students. Building on the foundations that schools provide, I am able to add a flexible learning approach, helping to instill confidence in both understanding and application. Whether you are a student wanting that extra guidance, or a parent wanting to understand the examinations better, and ways to best help their child, then please get in touch.


FARLINGAYE HIGH


SCHOOL is a positive learning environment, creating a huge range of opportunities for students. Graded outstanding by Ofsted, we nevertheless constantly seek improvements, and excellent results reflect our students’ ambition and drive. Great staff and engaged students create a community centred upon dynamic teaching and a tremendous range of extra-curricular activities, from the Duke of Edinburgh scheme to trampolining. As a Leading Edge School and Teaching School we build


excellence in our loyal and dedicated staff. We care for each individual and challenge


students to


do their best, whatever their starting points. We would be delighted to welcome you to one of our Open Mornings.


EASTON & OTLEY Easton & Otley College are a land-based college with campuses in Easton and also Otley, Ipswich.


We work


closely with local schools and industry to identify skills gaps & career opportunities and match


these to the


Education in our area


courses offered by the college. Although largely known for further education we also offer a selection of excellent degree programmes and are well-respected Apprenticeship provider.


In addition to our


land-based courses we also offer sports, engineering, construction, equine and animal courses at all levels.


If you’d


like to find out more about the college you can visit our website, call 08000 224556 or come along to our next Course Advice Day on Saturday 6th April 9am-12pm.


RENDLESHAM DAY NURSERY CELEBRATES 14TH ANNIVERSARY Rendlesham Day Nursery will be celebrating 14 years since they opened in April 2005. The nursery was opened by husband and wife team Dan and Tina Powick who were childminders in Woodbridge at the time. They have since looked after several hundred children and received an outstanding award in the most recent Ofsted inspection. They were the first nursery in Suffolk to have web cams so that parents are able to


watch their children securely on line and they also opened Bridge Farm Day Nursery in Martlesham in 2008. Dan credits the success of the nurseries to the staff, 'We have been very lucky that many of our staff have been with us 10 years or more including our Manager and Deputy Manager at both nurseries. All staff show amazing dedication and care to the children and take their roles very seriously.'


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