Here at LOPC we offer a wide range of activities that can be linked to various areas of the curriculum and offer enrichment days to your class. Please visit the relevant Key Stage page for more information.
We also offer established programmes in Forest Schools for all ages, and the KS2 Stone Age history topic, detailed below.
Also - please visit our Expedition Experience page, where we can provide a great adventure and valuable learning experiences to KS2 pupils.
Gita Patel (Head Teacher) Shenton Primary School
The quality of writing that the children produced after their visits was fantastic, their vocabulary choices in particular stood out. Class teachers and some visiting Ofsted inspectors, commented on the quality of the work.
Nik Dean (Teacher) Medway School
I hope we can do more projects at LOPC. The staff were humorous, encouraging and patient giving a brilliant experience for all the children involved.
Sara McAdam (Deputy Head Teacher) Willowbrook Primary School
We were thrilled with the opportunities our children had on the recent initiative at the LOPC.
Forest School is an inspirational process, that offers ALL learners regular opportunities to achieve and develop confidence and self-esteem through hands-on learning experiences in a woodland or natural environment with trees. Forest School is a specialised learning approach that sits within and compliments the wider context of outdoor and woodland education.
Key Stage 1
Whilst in the early years of primary school children will benefit from an introduction to outdoor adventurous activities in a safe environment. The opportunity to try new things and learn more about themselves is invaluable in creating learners that will thrive throughout their school life.
Key Stage 2
As children grow through primary school the activities and challenges they can take on at LOPC grows too. Supporting the curriculum, celebrating SATS success or preparing for secondary school; we have the programmes and activities to meet your needs.
This is an ideal program for encouraging young people to take responsibility for themselves and is therefore ideal for assisting pupils to prepare for a change such as the transition from one school to another.