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Forest School - Making Birds Nests

posted on 13th May '19 by mattcrane

The children gathered lots of natural objects from around the school grounds to make birds nests.  The birds nests are to represent new life, following on from our RE lessons.  

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Den building and forest swings

posted on 9th May '19 by mattcrane

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Fairy houses and Troll faces

posted on 9th May '19 by mattcrane

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Getting to know our forest

posted on 9th May '19 by mattcrane

During this session we created our Forest school names, we familiarised ourselves with the Forest school rules and explored our forest area. Robbin is our FS mascot.

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Meet Mythical me...

posted on 9th May '19 by mattcrane

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Forest school Enterprise day

posted on 9th May '19 by mattcrane

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New Life

posted on 3rd May '19 by mattcrane

In RE the children have been thinking about the new life that Jesus was given at Easter time.  The children went around the school grounds to look for signs of new life.

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Our Easter Garden

posted on 5th Apr '19 by mattcrane

The Nursery children have been learning about the Easter story.  The children went to collect lots of natural items from around the school grounds to create an Easter garden for our outdoor RE area.

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Feeling Good Week!

posted on 1st Mar '19 by mattcrane

This week the children enjoyed taking part in various activities to mark 'Feeling Good Week' in school.  The Early Years class especially enjoyed taking part in Forest School and Yoga with Miss Barley.

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Snow Day!

posted on 6th Feb '19 by mattcrane

The children had great fun exploring the snow.

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About our outdoor learning zone

Our outdoor learning zone comprises 3 areas

  • Our wonderful pond (funded by the PTA) which is now maturing nicely into an established habitat. The perimeter is paved to allow children to safely take part in activities such as pond dipping.
  • The growing area is now set to see its second harvest. This year we have grown a wide range of vegetables including: runner beans, tomatoes, potatoes, courgettes, carrots, beetroot and lettuce along with many herbs. The area is planted, looked after, watered and harvested by the children.
  • The wildlife area is exactly that! A large area given over to wild flowers, grasses and a mini-beast hotel within a pile of rotting logs. We have further plans for this area to include a seating area to be used as a prayer garden. This will also double up as the meeting place for Forest School type activities.