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Mrs Macleod wrote: EYFS make talking dinosaurs
At forest school we collected lots of different natural objects like twigs, pine cones, leaves, grass, bark and mud. We talked about what we would see on a dinosaurs face. We then tried to make some scary faces using the natural objects. we took a ph (More)
Ahead of some map work we will be undertaking soon, Key Stage 1 have been practising using directional and positional language e.g forward, stop, step over, quarter turn the right/left. We also learnt about compass directions and followed a night lin (More)
Mrs Macleod wrote: EYFS dinosaur topic.
As part of our learning we have been on a dinosaur hunt and taken dinosaur on a forest school adventure. We learnt words to describe what our dinosaur's looked like and used our imaginations to take them on an adventure around forest school. Ta (More)
Some groups set up bird hides, other groups walked around the school grounds, as we undertook the RSPB's bird watch 2017. We are learning to make tally charts, draw graphs and ask/answer questions about data, whilst collecting information about birds (More)
We talked about lots of stories with wolves in them. We decided to make hiding places to hide from the wolves and traps to try and catch them. Take a look... You will be glad to know that we lived happily ever after! (More)
We are helping the RSPB and undertaking the Big Bird Watch. We think our forest school is a good habitat for birds but in winter time they sometimes need an extra bit of help to find food. So we made some bird feeders. We used pine cones, string, (More)
Whittled sticks ... time to enjoy a campfire at forest school. A great way to celebrate! (More)
Mrs Macleod wrote: Year 1 and 2 make popcorn
As part of our topic work Year 1 and 2 have learnt about corn growing from seed all the way to cooking it on a camp fire to make popcorn. Take a look at us enjoying a camp fire and eating the popcorn. (More)
We talked about what we might see... We found fallen rustling leaves, different colour leaves, berries on trees and birds singing. (More)
As well as practising bushcraft skills we have learnt in previous weeks, like making shelters, we learnt to whittle. We had to find a stick about the size of our arm and as thick as our finger. We then learnt how to use tools safely to whittle our st (More)

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