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Our new blog can be found HERE . All our forest school information and pictures for the new school year will be posted over there :).
On Friday afternoon we had the last joint session with children from year 5 and day care. This is such a special group for so many reasons. It has been such a joy and privilege to be part of it. All of the children made us so proud and we have learnt so much about … Continue reading
Using tools gives us lots of opportunities to talk about safety and responsibility. Using the fire steels on Friday did just that.
I love RSP and getting to meet some of the children who will be starting nursery in September. It’s always great to meet the new families (even if I already know some of them from Rising Stars). Today didn’t disappoint, we had two groups in the woods today. We went on a bear hunt, painted … Continue reading
There has been so much learning this week, lots of smiles and laughter and loads of chatter. It has been brilliant! Not just because of the great weather but because of our amazing learners. Have a look at some of the pictures of what we have been doing.
This morning our groups were trying new skills or practising skills they had tried before. It was good to see the perseverance. I loved seeing the children supporting each other and giving advice to each other about techniques they find easier. This afternoon y2JJ continued their training to become super heroes. This training starts as … Continue reading
What an amazing day we had on Friday. Lots of fun and learning! Year 4 were finding out about materials and their properties. They were looking for the best materials to insulate their bottle babies. They needed to work together to make decisions. They were really good at reading the thermometers. The year 5 and … Continue reading
It has been a hub of learning in the woods again today. Firstly F1 were showing us just what super explorers they are. They are so confident and eager to play and learn in the woods. This afternoon we had a small year 3 group and so we were able to do something different. The … Continue reading
What amazing listening and turn taking this afternoon. The children were really good at describing what they could feel when they had the blindfold on.
F2LP were such super Noticing Nigels this morning. They found things that looked interesting and then afterwards we took turns to use our other senses when we were blindfolded.