Stibbington Year 3 & 4 (September 2017)

Evacuation Day - Stibbington Centre

Monday 18th September 2017 - Redwood & Maple

Tuesday 19th September 2017 - Chestnut

The topic for the children who will be in year 3 & 4 in September will be ‘World War Two’. This is always thoroughly enjoyed by the children. This year we have decided to take the children early in the term to Stibbington for them to experience an ‘evacuation day’. This will mean we can build on what they have discovered on the day for the rest of the term. Classes will go on either Monday 18th September or Tuesday 19th September 2017. The children will spend all day in role as evacuees and we would like them to dress appropriately (see leaflet on reverse). The children will have the opportunity to experience “travelling” in a railway carriage, walking to the village school, life in a 1940’s classroom and playground and taking part in a mock air-raid. The cost of the day including a 1940’s style lunch, coaches with seatbelts and entrance to the centre will be £24.00 each. A voluntary contribution would be gratefully received by no later than Friday 14th July so all details can be finalised before we break up, please also complete and sign the permission slip for your child to attend this visit.

Included in the price is £1.00 which will be exchanged for “old money” and can be spent on souvenirs.

We would like the children to arrive at school at 8.30am on the morning of the visit to ensure that the coach leaves at 8.45am prompt. You will be informed which day your child will attend.



Click here for Consent Form

Click here for Information for evacuees

Mon, Sep. 18, 2017

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