Rowlands Castle pupils take on outdoor learning

BENCHMARK From left, Taylor Wimpey sales executive Katie Arney, Amelie Lewis, Ledley Henderson, Emily Mayo, Evvan Whitney and lead fundraiser for the outdoor learning project Sharon Armstong
BENCHMARK From left, Taylor Wimpey sales executive Katie Arney, Amelie Lewis, Ledley Henderson, Emily Mayo, Evvan Whitney and lead fundraiser for the outdoor learning project Sharon Armstong
Dr Duncan Reavey and Dr Linda Cooper, with the winning 2017 TEAN award trophy

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MONEY donated by a housebuilder has given youngsters at St John’s Primary School in Rowlands Castle the chance to take classroom learning into the great outdoors.

Two new benches have added to the school’s five-year plan to turn its grounds into a place where pupils can spend time learning outside.

Taylor Wimpey, which is building homes nearby, donated £600 towards the project.

Sharon Armstrong, lead fundraiser for the St John’s Primary School Parent Teacher Association, said: ‘The children themselves came up with some amazing ideas and we have been very lucky to receive some fantastic donations which have enabled us to transform the space.’