Bewbush Pupil Passport

To accompany our wider curriculum, we have a Bewbush Life Experience Passport, which supports outdoor learning, creative activities and external visits.  The Passport outlines just some of the life experiences that we believe may benefit the pupils; with the aim to complete all experiences before they leave primary school. Additionally, with our current focus on wellbeing, the experiences aim to build our pupils’ confidence and knowledge of the wider world.

 

Some of these experiences may be completed in school, however we hope that these may be experiences that are enjoyable for the pupils to complete at home or as a family particularly during the holiday breaks. We completed some parent feedback prior to the experiences being decided and noted that financial constraints could be a barrier. Therefore, this was considered when creating the list: so most experiences are cost free.

 

Every time your child completes an experience, they lot this and then when your child is at school they must speak to their teacher to update their individual passport and celebrate their achievement. If they wish to bring in a photo or souvenir of their experience too, they would be encouraged but not essential.

 

Community

  • Visit a place of worship (church, mosque, hindu temple, sikh temple, synagogue etc.)
  • Visit Buchan park
  • Visit Tilgate park
  • Visit a farm
  • Visit a museum
  • Visit a library
  • Travel on a: train
  • Travel on a bus
  • Travel on a boat
  • Join a club
  • Visit an airport and watch the planes
  • Donate to a charity shop, homeless shelter or food bank
  • Visit a beach
  • Spend time with an elderly person/people
  • Visit a historical monument
  • Watch a live sports event
  • Go to an adventure playground
  • Visit a community fair/fete
  • Explore the natural world (e.g zoo, aquarium etc.)
  • Visit an art gallery/exhibition
  • Visit a new city
  • Sort your rubbish at home into recyclable and non-recyclable materials

 

Creative

  • Bake a cake
  • Eat fruit and vegetables from each colour of the rainbow
  • Eat a food from a different culture
  • Cook and serve a meal from scratch to others
  • Grow something you can eat
  • Display art to an audience
  • Perform a dance, song, reading or poem
  • Take part in a play
  • Visit a theatre
  • Learn a first aid skill
  • Create wild art
  • Hear live music
  • Play a board or card game
  • Learn to sew on a button
  • Write a letter to a pen pal or someone who inspires you
  • Make something out of clay
  • Make a paper boat and see if it floats
  • Try yoga/mindfulness
  • Read a newspaper
  • Make a model out of things you find at home or outside

 

Outdoor

  • Go cloud watching
  • Go on a junior parkrun
  • Go fruit picking
  • Go on a bike ride
  • Fly a kite
  • Hunt for minibeasts
  • Look at frog spawn
  • Go rockpooling and/or pond dipping
  • Use a map or a compass (not using a phone)
  • Go bird watching
  • Jump over the waves in the sea
  • Make a daisy chain
  • Make a home for a wild animal/insects
  • Build a den
  • Identify trees on a walk
  • Skim a stone/pebble
  • Play conkers
  • Watch the sunrise/sunset
  • Play in the snow
  • Play pooh sticks

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