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We have had a good start to Forest School this year and survived all the snow and cold weather. The P2′s had an especially lovely time playing with snowballs and looking closely at the snow crystals using magnifying glasses. P6/7 and currently … Continue reading
P2T Had a busy afternoon in the woods today, they toasted marshmallows around the campfire and made smelly potions using Wild Garlic and Rosemary. They had a go at writing down their potion mixtures and drawing some of the ingredients.
Please visit P5T class blog to catch up with our weekly visits to Forest Schools. We have posted several slideshare powerpoints with our comments for you to read and enjoy. Mrs Thomson
P2T had fun making journey sticks. We talked about how they would remind us of all the things we had found as we went on a walk around the woods. They used string to attach their finds securely onto their … Continue reading
P2T had a creative time in the woods this afternoon. They made mythical creatures from clay and natural resources. They also had some fun pretending to be squirrels, they hid nuts in a variety of places and then tried to … Continue reading
P2T were all very excited about starting their next block of Forest School and were full of ideas and plans about what they would like to do. We made a good start on their wish list this week by putting … Continue reading
P6 S Loved learning about how the kelly kettle works. They used the hot water to make a hot chocolate which was nice and warming on a cold afternoon. They also had to try and sort through a collection of … Continue reading
P6 S enjoyed a campfire this week. They had been looking forward to this and had spent time gathering sticks in preparation last week. They remembered how to sit safely and move backwards away from the fire. A hot chocolate … Continue reading
The children were all keen to have another campfire this week and toast some marshmallows. They also had time to choose from all of their favourite things to do in the woods. Tree climbing and nest building were the most … Continue reading