Who were the Vikings? This week we have been learning about the Vikings coming to Norwich. We have looked at maps and found places that have viking endings to their names such as -by and -thorpe. We have also been learning about how the vikings traveled to England and across the world using their special […]
And so, to finish our ’empty classroom’ day, Turner Class spent the afternoon taking part in Forest Schools. Here are some photos of the amazing things we did. We finished the session sitting around the fire eating dampers covered in jam, and the cheese scones we made during our morning cookery lesson.
Today Turner Class had another fantastic Forest School! First, we worked as teams to carefully move heavy logs that are going to be placed inside the tree circle. Then, a few of us did some wood chip moving (by wheel barrow) while the rest of us did activities inside the tree circle. We had a […]
Here are a selection of images from today’s forest school session in Turner Class. We did some fabulous co-operative den building. We explored the frozen pond and enjoyed handling and exploring the chunks of ice that we fished out. Using long sticks, we were able to fish out algae, and Mr Wickens asked us to […]
Today was all about fire! We learnt about how to light a ‘no trace fire’ and the 3 things a fire needs in order to burn. We also talked about what we need to do in order to be safe when near a fire. We then gathered sticks that we will burn next week so […]
In Turner Class we had our first Forest School session of 2019. We were allowed to explore the tree circle and choose different activities. Some of us climbed trees, some of us made clay models, some of us tried pond dipping. We were thrilled to find so many living creatures in the pond- dragonfly larvae, […]
Today we had lots of fun as a whole class at Forest Schools. We had pond dipping, clay creating, tree climbing and relaxing in the sunshine. The children took photos of what they wanted their parents to see.
The weather has been amazing today. The children have been sitting in the sunshine researching animals, creating clay models and making leaf prints. We have been making tree spirits and giving the trees faces too.
Today, Armes class had Forest Schools. They dug the ground and hunted for worms, climbed trees, created wonderful tree decorations with sticks and string. They also made jewellery, dens and went ponding dipping.
In maths we looked at symmetry and made symmetrical patterns using nature.