Butterfly class had the opportunity to dig for fossils. They used a range of tools and texts to identify mysterious prehistoric artefacts. Click on the pictures to view larger pictures.
Bee class worked in pairs at Forest School to design a bird nest. Pupils then had a chance to think about where would be the safest place to put the nest so the birds and their eggs are out of danger!
Butterfly class learnt how to use glue guns for a purpose. They used the tools safely and competently to build a nest for chicks.
Butterfly class children explored how to care for living things, including how to grow a seed and how to care for caterpillars
Bee class had the task of designing a bird nest. Pupils worked in pairs to gather the natural materials before constructing the nest. Can you see the different materials we used to make the model strong, safe and cosy for the birds?
Pupils in Butterfly class have been foraging for natural material in Ashburton Wood to build bird nests. Pupils have to think about the materials they will use, how to strengthen the nest, make it safe and comfortable for the eggs and birds as well as protecting them from the harsh elements. Pupils enjoyed coming up …
This was Bee Class’s first Forest School session. We enjoyed learning about the different types of flora and fauna at Ashburton Wood. We went on a forage hunt to collect the following items; something green, yellow, smooth, rough and brown to create our nature collage.
Another exciting session at Forest School. Pupils worked in teams to design and create an aeroplane for the lost boy from the story The Way Back Home by Oliver Jeffers.
Butterfly Class have started our Forest School sessions! We will be going to Ashburton Wood every week with our Forest Lead Miss Nguyen and teacher Miss Ile. This week we learnt how to change into our Forest School clothes and to look out for hazards at Forest School. Our challenge was to work with our …