25th Mar 2021
On our way into the woods today, the children had to find the matching parts of their eggs. But, when we got to Forest School, we found that the naughty squirrels had stolen the poor Easter Bunny’s eggs and hidden them around the woods. Fortunately the clever Easter Bunny had used […]
19th Nov 2020
In Forest School, we have started to make our Christmas decorations. For this, we have been learning to saw to create a disk of wood. The children have all learnt how to use a saw safely. Next week we will be decorating our creations ready to take home for Christmas.
5th Nov 2020
Today we have been thinking about revisable and irreversible change as part of our material topic. We melted chocolate, cooked popping corn, melted ice and cooked toast on the fire. Which ones were reversible and which ones were irreversible?
12th Oct 2020
We have been learning about our trees, which ones we can identify and what happens to them in the Autumn. The leaves have started to change colours and the leaves will soon fall off the trees. As Autumn begins, the days get shorter and shorter. With fewer daylight hours, leaves are not able to make as […]
7th Oct 2020
In Forest School we are learning to identify trees. We used their leaves to identify Oak, Sycamore and lime trees which are all found around our playground. Each of the leaves are very different shapes and they are starting to change colour. We then enjoyed our snack and playing in the woods.
12th Mar 2020
A fire started on September 2nd in the King’s bakery in Pudding Lane near London Bridge. Fires were quite a common occurrence in those days. The children all made houses for their homework. However that summer had been very hot and there had been no rain for weeks, so consequently the wooden houses and buildings […]
27th Feb 2020
Today we started to look at our next Science topic. We will be looking at plants, we started to get ready for our topic by planting some seeds so that we will be able to look at plants in more detail later on in the year. Today we planted two types of sunflowers, one will […]
14th Feb 2020
We had a brilliant time learning new and applying existing knowledge about the Vikings in Forest School this week. We made wattle, long boats, food cooked on an open fire and Viking weapons like bows and arrows.
13th Feb 2020
In forest school we looked at how the Vikings (our history topic ) lived on the land. The children had chance to have a go at braiding using wool, cooking (on an open fire from the vegetables they would of grown),wattling, digging for artefacts, building the outline of a longship (from branches off our own […]
9th Jan 2020
We are learning to identify trees, in winter we can use their bark, the shape of the tree and their buds. The Ash tree has black buds and the branches look they smile as the ends point upwards. The Oak has brown buds with lots of buds at the end of the twig. The Sycamore […]