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Wild Fridays

Year 7 Engaging with our Surroundings.

The Year 7 ‘Wild Fridays’ programme is an exciting new initiative for us – we are keen for the students to thrive at School, appreciating the nature which surrounds them on all sides, and developing new skills and knowledge which they will take forward into their lives beyond Roedean.

The School is in an idyllic location, with the blue of the English Channel in front of the School, and the South Downs behind it.  Our genuinely holistic ethos means that Roedean values highly the many other elements of school life which take place beyond the classroom.

All the activities in the ‘Wild Fridays’ programme provide opportunities for the girls to develop and thrive, discover new interests, and enjoy their all-round school experience. Rotating around a carousel of five strands over the year, the entire Year 7 cohort spends every Friday afternoon outside, enjoying our wonderful setting, appreciating the natural world which surrounds us, and having fun and working with their peers.

The first few weeks of ‘Wild Fridays’ have gone really well, and the Years 7s are having a brilliant time!

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