Immie and Alice identify wildflowers, June 2016. The Kingswood year 5 pupils also hunted fossils and flints, and composed reflective poems.
Kelston Roundhill supports a thriving dairy cattle business but it also serves a range of wider evolving purposes. We think it’s also a great asset for local schools.
We’d like to work with perhaps up to four local schools in more depth.We’ve prepared an invitation to local schools to partner with us for a range of science, humanities and personal development activities, and started sending it to local schools we know. You can download it here – kelston-roundhill-school-partnership-proposal-sept-2016. If you know a local school this might be right for feel free to share it with them.