In Forest school Class 1 learnt all about birds this week as it was RSPB’s Big Bird Watch on 25th – 27th January They made apple bird feeders
Class 1 had a fantastic visit to Crankshaw Fold Farm last week. The many activities included feeding chickens, then collecting, grading and boxing the eggs. The children fed the goats; helped tag the sheep as well as helping the farmer Dot collect samples. They enjoyed all the fresh air and exercise, including the walk up the BIG hill. #smallschoolBIGopportunities
Class 1 have been learning about road safety this half term. Today we practiced all we had learned.
Class 1 had a fantastic learning experience at Greenlands Farm. As soon as we arrived the children had lots of hands on experience including: lamb feeding, cow walking, goat petting, handling guinea pigs, rabbits and ferrets (some even hid in the children's hoods!), pigs, owls and peacocks, mice, cockroaches and snakes! Lunch was eaten in the Playbarn followed by some time to play. Finally the children had a last cuddle with the guinea pigs. All the children's behaviour was wonderful and it was a pleasure to see their excitement and interest in the animals.
Class 1 enjoying learning about the Great Fire of London. We looked at what the houses were made of, how the fire spread, how it was put out and changes in how the city was rebuilt.
Enjoying our Forest School Programme
The children in Class 1 have been looking at the topic of belonging and how this relates to the sacrament of Baptism.
Having fun learning about Capacity