Nursery having forest school fun hunting for autumn leaves and mini beasts!
The wet shed is open!
Reception Forest School
Outdoor learning staff training
Nursery outdoor learning day
Learning beyond the classroom in Reception Elm
We love learning outdoors in Year 1 Ash!
Where will your outdoor learning take you today? Year 1 Beech
Using tools to make bird feeders
Andrew Goldsworthy Art
Making bird feeders
Reception - The right to relax and play
Nursery playing and exploring
Were creating a winter woodland inspired by the text ‘The Tin Forest’
Exploring signs of winter and ice
Our scientists are embracing the rain to predict colour mixing
Putting nature in the palm of our hands
No such thing as bad weather!
Using natural resources to enhance our learning
Maths opportunities are everywhere
Storytelling and noticing print in the outdoor classroom
Our little scientists are mixing potions and predicting
Project Mud - Year 2 slip and slide
Brain breaks - The right to relax and play
Sensory opportunities in Early Years
Nursery - Project Mud Squelch
Outdoor Classroom Day - Project Mud
Year 1 - Project Mud Fossils and Footprints
Developing our gross motor skills and upper body strength
Phonics enhancements across EYFS
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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