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Thank you to those who have already brought in forest school kits. KS1 pupils will begin outdoor sessions this week (week commencing 11.9.17) and EYFS next week. Already though we have harvested some of our crops - onions, lettuce and peas. We used t (More)
Mr Porter wrote: Chester Zoo visit
Chester Zoo trip 1 Chester zoo trip 2 (More)
As well as animal life, year 2 looked for wild flowers too. Take a look... (More)
We have been learning about habitats and microhabitats - what makes a good one? At forest school we looked to see what we could find living in and around the pond. Take a look.. (More)
A big thank you goes out to all the family and friends that help make forest school work at Lever House. From the ladies who come each week to help with groups at forest school, to Mrs Robb who maintains the flower beds and pots and then Mr Morley wh (More)
We discussed whether we thought forest school was a good habitat for animals. We discussed micro habitats and then went and investigated. Look at what we found... Did you spot the frogs, beetles, slugs, spiders, worms, millipedes etc. What ca (More)
Miss Chorley wrote: Perimeter Garden Project
Year 4 were set the following challenge as part of their topic work on plants and it involved using their Science, Maths and D&T skills: You are going to design and make a model garden. Your garden will need to be drawn to scale and must contain (More)
Mrs Macleod gave us some different materials and working in our cooperative groups we were challenged to make a shelter. The shelter had to fit all of our team in, be freestanding, shelter and hide us. We used different materials to enhance our shelt (More)
We discussed what made a good habitat for sea creatures. Then we looked at natural art work by artist Andy Goldsworthy. We collected natural objects and made an under the sea collage. Take a look... Can you make a picture with natural objects (More)

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