Y1, Y1/2 and Y2 investigate what animals live at forest school.

We discussed whether we thought forest school was a good habitat for animals. We discussed micro habitats and then went and investigated. Look at what we found…

Did you spot the frogs, beetles, slugs, spiders, worms, millipedes etc.
What can you find in your back garden?

Mud minibeasts and collages.

Some Year 1 and 2 pupils have been making mud minibeasts and picture collages.We selected natural materials and use mud to make our mini beasts. we need to know how many legs they have, if they have wings and what they life in a habitat. Take a look…

Remember to bring your forest school kits back during the first week after the half term holidays. Have fun and get outside!

Year 5 undertake a habitat project.

Year 5 have been learning about different habitats and life cycles. In class they have researched and designed pond plans for our development of a pond on our school grounds. At forest school we found out about what what living and growing on our school grounds and looked at the work of Andy Goldsworthy to inspire our collages of our chosen habitats. The collage had to include plants and animals that may live in that particular habitat. (We also undertook some traditional forest school activities like shelter building and a camp fire!) Take a look …