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We had a recap on how to make a good shelter. Our criteria: it must be free standing, all the group must fit in, it must shelter you from bad weather and we had to work cooperatively. We recapped on how to make a 'tent', 'tie on' and 'lean to (More)
All of KS 1 have visited forest school and noticed changes to the environment that have occurred over the summer. It now feels like we have a 'real' forest, with a basecamp, mud pit area, pond and lots of trees.The pupils took some of the photographs (More)
We have been learning how to use forest school safely. We got changed, collected equipment and went out to forest school. We learnt about base camp, where the boundary lines are and how important it is to listen to everyone so you don't get hurt. We (More)
Year 1 and Year 2 pupils have been learning about how to keep healthy. At forest school we made trim trails so that we could do some exercise. Take a look... (More)
EYFS found gold at forest school and then set up camp. Some people even walked the plank. In class we made our our treasure maps. (More)
Mrs Macleod wrote: Mud minibeasts and collages.
Some Year 1 and 2 pupils have been making mud minibeasts and picture collages.We selected natural materials and use mud to make our mini beasts. we need to know how many legs they have, if they have wings and what they life in a habitat. Take a look. (More)
Mrs Macleod wrote: EYFS go minibeast hunting.
We looked under logs, in long grass and on plants. We had to take care that we didn't hurt any animals and we always leave forest school the way we found it. Look at what we found... Did you spot the frog? We set it free near the pond. (More)
In our new forest school area, we looked for living things, things that were once alive and things that were dead. We then went looked for life in our pond. Look at what we found... ...tadpoles, dragonfly nymphs, water boatmen, beetles and (More)
We found bluebells, daffodils, pansies, primroses, dandelions and daisies. We looked for natural materials and made collages. Our pictures had to have something that was living in them. (More)
We have been learning about seasonal changes. In our new cooperative groups we went on a walk around the school grounds to look at and photograph changes. We found a few surprises! (More)

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