Spring Term 2020: science - learning to model, measure and ID small mammals
1st May 2019 - Dampers, pond dipping and drawing on wood.
27th March 2019 - making, cooking and eating dampers.
20th March 2019 - Working out fractions, decimals and percentages using sticks!
6th March 2019 - very wet and muddy but we managed to light a fire and kept it going for the whole session.
27th February 2019 - Sunshine and warmth so early in the year. The children were given the opportunity to plan activities to link with the curriculum. Then they had some free time.
Making Natural Paper
6th June - Literacy, fire making, orienteering and outdoor games.
23rd May - Only a few children due to a sporting fixture to-day. We gave the children the opportunity to choose their own activities but they had to plan what they were planning to do.
Looking at settlements on maps and then re-creating them using natural materials in Forest School.
25th April - Investigating how fossils are made and making our own using natural clay dug from a local garden.
Exploring forces and the use of pulleys. Investigating nature to make a quiz. 21st March 2018
Making Mayan headdresses and exploring making colours from nature. 14th March 2018
Enjoying the snow. 28th February 2018
Year 5 learning about forces and pulleys. 28th February 2018.
15th Nov 2017
Tools,spiders and pyography.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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