Roots of good education

A primary school in Meir has a brand new outdoor classroom for its nursery pupils thanks to Realise charity.

Nature garden opening

Children, parents and teachers at St Wulstan’s Catholic Primary School in Wolstanton, have celebrated the completion of an environmental project funded through Realise charity.

New £15,000 sensory play area helps pupils learn

Children, parents and teachers are to celebrate the completion of a £15,000 sensory play area and garden at their school, funded through the Realise charity. The new state of the art sensory play area has been done at Blackfriars School, Newcastle-under-Lyme, which is attended by children with physical disabilities or with learning disabilities. The school
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10k outdoor classroom transforms children learning

Children at a Stafford Primary School are able to learn outdoors, thanks to support from a Staffordshire regeneration charity. The £10,000 project to create a new outdoor classroom and nature area at St Andrew’s Church of England Primary School in Weston was funded through a grant from the Realise charity. Paul Hayward, headteacher at St
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