Forest school Spring term 2
Welcome to our new group of explorers ,we have been investigating our environment their curiosity has been creating some great questions about our surrounding . We have then been creative with the natural materials available around us to design props and dens. We have been learning about the different knots and practicing them using two sticks and wool .
We have enjoyed being in touch with nature ,listening to the surrounding noises and relaxing which has helped our well-being.
Forest School Spring term 1
This term we explored our environment using natural materials to make pictures, make games. We watched the changers around us spotting insects hiding amongst the fallen leaves followed snails to the hiding places. We used our imaginations, teamwork and communication skills to ensure a safe but fun sessions.
We finished the term with Toasted marshmallow between 2 biscuits it was a lovely treat we were all very sensible respecting the fire triangle and remaining sensible when putting out the fire and leaving the site safe.
Forest School September 2019
Forest Schools Education is to encourage and inspire individuals of any age through positive outdoor experiences. By participating in a range of activities aimed to develop Independence, positive mental attitude, self esteem and confidence.
This term we have being using some of our skills along with teamwork and communication to build dens , identify different plants and trees in our school environment and paint with natural materials. We will also be planting new trees, cooking using the fire pit and using a range of tools safety.
Forest School September 2018
This term a selected small group of children will be taking part in fire lighting, cooking various foods such as popcorn, toast and hot dogs. We will be doing some den building developing our skills in tying different knots e.g. clove hitch and square lashing.
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Our Outdoor Programme includes Forest Schools sessions, outdoor learning with a lead practioner for each class once a year and a commitment to at least 1 lesson outdoors each week per class. The program aims to provide highly positive, engaging and rich opportunities for all. We are committed to providing practical, real life and creative opportunities which broaden our pupil’s experience, providing them with skills for future and lifelong learning.