Visitors to Foxfield
Just a quick note to say thank you very much for taking the time today to show us around your amazing school, sharing your journey and resources. We truly appreciated it. We walked away inspired and motivated with lots of food for thought. I hope we can one day reciprocate your kindness and hospitality.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year.
|Feeling inspired after our visit to @foxfield and @WoodhillSchool today. Thank you for being so open and willing to share your amazing schools. You pupils are phenomenal!|
|So inspired by my visit to @foxfield today. It truly is awesome! Such a warm welcome from the brilliant and generous staff, so willing to share learning. The pupils were such ambassadors for their school and learning, a true joy!|
|It is the most amazing school I have visited... learning runs through everything they do! Inspiring|
|What a day! Absolutely blown away by the children, staff and learning environment @foxfield! So much to think about and can’t wait to share with everyone. Thank you all so much for an inspiring, thought-provoking day! Always welcome up north!|
Wow! What an amazing day! Thank you @foxfield for sharing your school and your vision with us today. My head is buzzing!
I wanted to say a massive thank-you to you and your staff for welcoming the 'Barham Team' in to you lovely school, the time you took out to spend with us, and your amazing children.
We have found it very inspirational and there are many things that we saw at your school which we are hoping to implement here.
Just wanted to thank you again for the invite to your science fair. We loved our visit to Foxfield and came back brimming with enthusiasm and ideas (and a little envy). Our two guides gave a friendly and informative tour of the school so please pass on our thanks to them too. The science fair was complete delight. The children were so articulate it was really difficult to judge. What really stood out what how easily they were able to talk about not only the outcome they were presenting but the process it took to get there, including how they overcame setbacks. As stated we felt that the y4 entry really stood out – it did have the wow factor but what impressed me was how children were able to talk about the different designs and why some were better. The year 1’s were really highly commended though, for how effectively they were able to talk about their designs and the choices they made to create their living walls. I was particularly impressed with how, when a teacher suggested using a bucket to get water into the watering hoses, a child said, “not a bucket, that won’t work. It needs to be a funnel so the water gets in.”
A real pleasure and hopefully the first of lots of cross school visits.
We have had a visit from the John Hampden School who were blown away with what they see. To read their feedback please click here
"Thank you all for allowing us to watch your Christmas Performance or "Whoopsie Daisy Angel" All the residents and staff at Ashgreen House Carehome, enjoyed themselves so much and were talking about it for days after. You all really looked after us and made us feel welcome. Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas"
The Residents of Ashgreen House Care Home