In the picture above the teacher got side tracked by the fact Matt from 2 Royal Gurkha Regiment had meet Tim Peake 

Armed Forces Community Covenant (AFCC)

SHout received a grant from the AFCC part of the project was to work at Cheriton School - The aim was to create outside areas at schools with mixed service culture children: this will be achieved by making equipment - mud kitchens, fire pits, and making a sustainable outdoor learning area.  Gaining the John Muir Award in conservation as the area progresses, activities such as building bug houses, bird/butterfly boxes/woodland items, learn basic bushcraft skills such as lighting fires, den building, with pupils and their families.   Did we achieve it yes and then some, this element of the project far exceeded our expectation, the facts and figures on the left will show this - without the Armed Forces Covenant we would not have been able to make such an amazing impact in the serving community. In 2017 we were asked to present at the Kent Armed Forces Conference, we jumped at the chance to share our experiences and promote the Armed Forces Covenant as a whole and not just the grant side.

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