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2017 – 18
Reception and some of nursery have been making clay faces to scare away the tree trolls in our forest school linked to the tree troll story. It is to help the children to respect and help look after our trees in forest school and to help protect our trees.
They have also been learning how to climb a tree safely.
Parents Open Day
We invited our parents in to come and see all of our hard work and even have a go at a few of the activities we’d done in class themselves.
Planting Trees In Forest School
We enjoyed working with Mrs Burnikell and Miss Lovatt in Forest School to plant established trees so we can attract more wildlife to our area.
World Book Day
We had great fun coming into school dressed as our favourite characters as well as reading stories with the year 5 children and taking part in book based shenanigans all day.
We have loved reading about Supertato, so much so we made some props to go along with his story.
This week in reception we got rather excited using jumping frogs and lily pads to help us record numbers.
Birds in Forest School
In Reception class we have been learning all about birds in winter. We have been making birds in Forest School with clay and looking at them at the bird hide, we even tried counting the birds we could see for the RSPB – we spied a blue tit, blackbirds, seagulls and a great tit.
Using Tools and Building Dens in Forest School
We have been learning how to use a bow saw safely with our Forest School Leader Mrs Burnikell. We then looked at different kinds of buildings; in Forest School we built our own dens using the knots we had been taught previously, like figure of 8 and an overhand knot.
After spending so much time outside in forest school, we needed something to warm us up! We very carefully used knives to chop the veg and helped our teachers to put it in the pan, then when it was ready we tasted it, we thought it was yummy!
Using iPads and Bee Bots
We used the iPads to research Arctic and Antarctic animals. We looked at their habitats and what it takes to survive in such extreme conditions. We then we used them to control our new Bee Bots around the map.
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