USING THE OUTDOORS TO BRING THE CURRICULUM TO LIFE
Outdoor learning is fundamental to life at Templeton School. We have an active learning approach and use our grounds effectively to enhance curriculum experiences. The school grounds are a wonderful resource for environmental studies and personal and social education.
We have a newly developed conservation area and nature garden complete with pond for pond dipping activities, raised beds and a polytunnel for growing vegetabls and a variety of habitats for wildlife studies.
‘The school has a strongly inclusive ethos, and teachers support pupils’ personal development, including their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development well’
Our Headteacher, Mr. K.Phelps leads the Outdoor Schools project throughout Pembrokeshire and beyond.
We also take part in a range of 'Forest School' activities with Tavernspite school, our federated partner school.
We carry out numerous outdoor learning activities in our beautiful and well developed school grounds. We are very proud of our commitment to using the outdoors to enhance learning and the children clearly gain so much from it.