The children learn how to collaborate and cooperate and work together as part of a team, they learn how to take risks in a safe environment, and they learn leadership skills and how work together to solve problems.
Children in Year 5 have been learning about the Ancient Egyptians this term in the classroom and were set the task of designing and making a shaduf – an Egyptian device used especially for irrigation in Egypt to raise water from the River Nile.
The children at Amberley learn about the environment and explore a range of skills including lighting fires and whittling wood.
Outdoor learning is proven to be good for children’s mental and physical well-being.
Cycling Arundel town hosts cycle racks outside Arundel Museum on Mill Road and the Coop on The Causeway, along with five cycle hoops available for use outside Spencer Swaffer Antiques, Arundel Brewery Shop, the former Mill Road toilets, The White Hart and the Red Lion pub.
Twenty four storage spaces are also available at the Southern Rail car park, five minutes’ walk from Arundel town centre.
Please follow the Arundel by Candlelight FREE Parking signs.
Other Parking (charges apply) Parking in Arundel Lido car park, BN18 9GJ )With limited on street parking it’s highly recommended that attendees make use of the above free schemes – difficulties in locating on street spaces only add to congestion.
The Mayor thanked the Town Hall Staff and fellow councillors for their hard work, help and continuing support this year and ended the evening by saying “I would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Healthy New Year.” Where better for children to experience the benefits of Forest School activities than the wonderful grounds of Amberley Primary School, at the heart of the National Park and in the beautiful village of Amberley.for information about times, routes, etc Road closures during Arundel by Candlelight On the day of the event High Street and Tarrant Street will be closed to vehicles from to in order to make these streets a safer and more pleasant environment during peak time.This will also allow the facilitation of the live nativity procession, Christmas stalls, choirs and street entertainment allowing the event to be set up, run and taken down.Buses Buses will be offering a diversion route into Arundel Town via Queens Street.The bus stop will be located at the entrance to Mill Road car park.COACH PARKINGLimited coach parking will be available in Mill Road car park.