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Here at Roundswell Community Primary Academy, we have just started some fantastic clubs. We have Art, Outdoor Learning, Games, Athletics, Choir and Multi Skills. There is also a Tennis Club led by an external company called Devonshire Tennis Academy. 

Art Club

The children have really enjoyed Art Club and have shown real enthusiasm. They have made elephants out of old milk bottles. Thankyou to those of you who kindly bought in any items we requested in order to make some exciting pieces of art!
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Oscar and Emily created these amazing halloween creations at home! Well done, you've done an amazing job! We are always proud to showcase all of the children's work done both at home and at school. 

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Outdoor Learning

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Every year, we like to create our own school scarecrow to donate to Arlington Court. Arlington Court then use our scarecrow along with other donated scarecrows to create a trail for visitors to enjoy. Arlington court usually do a pumpkin trail in October to celebrate Halloween. If you visit Arlington Court, have a look and see if you can spot a creation from our school! 
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This term, our children have been focusing on leaves and the different textures of leaves underneath paper. They experimented colouring paper over the top of various leaves to see what pattern they could create. 
Miss Galliford found a small frog in our forest school which the children were very excited to meet! The small frog has become quite the celebrity of the Forest School! 
Arlington Court Christmas Trees
Forest School have been busy creating a Christmas Tree for Arlington Court.  There will be over 200 wooden Christmas trees to see there- I wonder if you can spot the Roundswell Tree!
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Games Club

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In Games Club, the children are taught how to play different games. Many of the games, the children are familiar with but there are a few they were unfamiliar with and so had to learn the rules. The children are learning to work individually, using their own initiative but also to work as part of a team and problem solve. 

Athletics Club

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