The children in preschool really enjoy caring for our Eco garden.  They enjoy taking time to water the plants, as well as small jobs such as weeding and cutting the sweet peas. This week we harvested some small cucumbers, radish, as well as red and 
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During this half term at Forest School Year 1 have been learning all about plants. We started off with a walk around the school grounds and the Forest School area, identifying deciduous and evergreen plants, which linked in nicely to the following week where we 
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Hopscotch have been enjoying the story of Little Red Riding Hood this week.  We have listened to several versions of the story and tried to say which stories had differing parts.  It was fun to make masks and act out the story with our friends 
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Last week started with the discovery of a giant beanstalk growing in Reception Class! Where had it come from? What could be at the top? Some thought a giant, others thought a unicorn or perhaps an ice monster!! We all had great fun climbing the 
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This afternoon Year 4 took their History learning out into the Forest School area. They had learnt about how the Anglo Saxons constructed their houses, and laid out their settlements, including watching a YouTube video on how to make wattle and daub. Armed with all 
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On Thursday Year 6 had the opportunity to reinforce and develop their science/geography learning about Biomes during their outdoor learning session. They recapped on what they had already learnt in their lessons, talked about different types of biome (and which of them are found in 
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On Thursday Year 5 had their outdoor learning session with Mrs Andrews. The weather was mild and the sun shone, which is always a bonus!  The focus of the session was communication, teamwork and problem solving, linked to their history topic on Ancient Egypt. They 
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Last Thursday Year 2 enjoyed a cold, but bright and sunny afternoon in the Forest School area. They carried out nature surveys and practised their maths data handling skills by making tally charts (using sticks) to show how many they had found. Even with all 
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In their outdoor Learning session, Year 3 enjoyed having a go at their own cave paintings inspired by their learning in History and their class book, Cave Girl. Thank you Mrs Andrews and Mrs Breakwell!
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