This morning the children in FS2 had a fantastic time whilst our grown-ups stayed at school to play with us. We have been learning all about light and dark and nocturnal animals as part of our 'What is a shadow?' topic. We took part in lots of different activities where we made fox puppets, paper [...]
All of the children in FS2 have had a fantastic week where we have been doing lots of creative activities based on the story 'The Foggy Foggy Forest' by Nick Sharratt. We have taken part in different arts activities to learn lots of new skills. We have enjoyed creating collage and wax resist paintings of [...]
Week 4 The children completed their last forest school session on Friday. The children had so much fun slipping and sliding in the mud last week that they participated in some more running races. They then made their very own woodland flags. They used natural materials and mixed it together with water before then decorating [...]
Week 3 The children absolutely loved getting covered in mud at forest schools. The children are really confident about how to keep safe and are able to communicate potential hazards. They really enjoyed the running races up the hill and slipping and sliding in the mud. The children also made their own magic potions adding natural materials [...]
Reception participated in a 30-minute aerobics session this afternoon. As a school, we aim to provide a minimum of 30 minutes physical activity each week. As well as the children having lots of fun, physical activity has lots of other benefits such as: building confidence and improving social skills, giving children the opportunity to learn new [...]
Week 2 The children recapped safety aspects that they were taught last week. They really wanted to find their name cards again so they play a quick game involving this. Finally children worked in teams to make dens for their woodland creatures. Please visit the woodland and let them show you the dens that they [...]
Week 1 Children were taught how to stay safe in the woodlands and spot potential hazards. They also looked at staying within certain boundaries. The children were given time to explore the woodlands and use their imagination. The teacher then hid name cards in the woodland for the children to find.