A massive well done to 6NA for achieving a forest school prize for making a brilliant start to their 'in-school John Muir Award activities.' Looking forward to completing the award with this class after Christmas! Make sure you keep coming up with ideas to of how to DISCOVER, EXPLORE, CONSERVE & SHARE.
In year 5 & 6 we have been making some amazing lanterns, using the fallen autumn leaves.
This is how we made them and what they look like when they are lit up. We think they look fantastic.
Have a go at home! From, Year 6NA
Autumn has begun in forest school! So far we have started to see the leaves on our oak tree changing around the edges. We are hoping they will turn a lovely orange colour, how long do you think we will have to wait?
Year 3 thinks: 11 days
Year 4 thinks: 15 days
Year 5 thinks: 1 weeks
Year 6 thinks 14 days
we were in groups or partners to build survival shelter and see whose would win
and get a prize. Josh.t said ‘he likes to get wet every time in the washing
hand bowl ‘most of the class enjoy it’. these are the things we tend to do:
Some of the pupils in 6ED wrote to local shops last week to ask for help improving our forest school area. Homebase were the first to reply and donated us lots of goodies! We can't wait to get started on our projects!
A huge well done to 6ED for winning a forest school star award last week! They were so kind, helpful and caring to their eggs and to each other during our lesson, I thought they all deserved the award! As you all know being caring is a key value for forest school.
They were even treated to popcorn the following lesson!
We were in
groups of 4-5 people. There were two tasks to do on the field they were tree
marking and den making.We enjoyed the
den making the most because we worked as a team to develop our learning
abilities , to the highest level. We noticed some girls in their learning
bubble and using their imagination, the boys were using their stick ability.
Most people fell over in the sticky Icky mud and got very dirty. The weather
was hot , damp , wet and breezy. We were outside with Miss Hughes . Do you like
forest school? Try not to cut trees down. By Harvey and Megan 6BC.