On Friday 11th October we were very privileged to have a visit from the Maiden Beech Academy, TVS Indian exchange students. They did a short presentation for the Key Stage 2 children from both Ashlands and Misterton in collective worship, including songs sung in their traditional language and showing a video of their school environment. The Ashlands and Misterton children also shared one of their harvest songs with the TVS students and staff. After collective worship the TVS students, their teachers and staff from Maiden Beech joined Cedar class and some representatives from Beech Class in a forest school session. All the children worked collaboratively to make seed bombs, then enjoyed a selection of free choice activities, including cooking bread sticks over the fire, toasting marshmallows, using flint and steels, trying out a strapline and swinging on a rope swing. It was a fantastic morning thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.