Forest School Category

Day 2 in the woods

    We made puppets using natural materials, shelter building and bug hunting      

We are having fun too

Year 6 in the Forest School We started our day by having a treasure hunt around the school, following cryptic clues to lead us to the where the treasure was located.  Pond dipping and make boats, will the float or sink?  We will find out later in the week.    

Learning how seeds grow

Today we in year 1 & 2, we looked at how are seeds are growing. All our seeds have germinated. However our seeds in the soil are growing much better. We measured and recorded our findings.

Five little speckled frogs

Five little speckled frogs sat on a speckled log Eating some most delicious bugs Yum yum One jumped into the pool Where it was nice and cool And what did we find?

Nursery walking through the jungle.

Walking through the jungle, What do you see? Can you hear a noise? What do you see? A fox looking for his tea. A Gruffalo looking for his tea. I wonder if they enjoyed the children’s mud soup.

Making nests

In nursery we listened to the birds singing. In spring the birds make nests for their eggs. We made nests for our birds.  

Learning how seeds grow

Today we talked about how seeds grow and what they needed to grow. We planted French beans, radish and lettuce into a vegetable bed and the same seeds into cups with water.  

Easter activities in the woods

On the way to forest school we checked our pond for signs of spring. We have Frog spawn. We had an Easter egg hunt before enjoying hot chocolate and hot crossed buns by the fire.

The Great Fire of London

The children in KS1 are learning about the Great Fire of London. As part of their homework the children made houses. The children built Pudding Lane in the woods to recreate the Great fire.

Easter rabbits and chicks

This week in Key Stage 1 we used our sawing skills to make wooden discs. We used felt, pipe cleaners and brightly coloured feathers to make Easter rabbits and chicks. These are currently displayed in our classrooms.