In September, our school was asked to take part in a promotional video for Wilder Kent Awards. Please take a look at the video!
Posted: Sep 18, 2023 by: Tara (Tara) on: Forest Blog
It’s been a great first few weeks back for Year 3:
*Teamwork and laughter
*Exploring natural treasures and developing descriptive language
*Games to develop collaboration, co-ordination and trust
*Enjoying books and reading for inspiration and explanation
*Visiting our chickens and finding a toad
*Maintaining our grounds, learning to use loppers, shears and secateurs safely
*Harvesting tomatoes and preparing the allotment beds, ready for manure
*Planning and starting woodworking projects
Connie: The snail trail looks like stardust!
Lois: We found a toad!
Isabelle: It was a common toad because it had orange eyes and warty skin.
Evie: I enjoyed using the loppers and shears to cut back all the stinging nettles and stuff.
LJ: I liked using the rake to level the soil in the allotment beds.
Teddy: We picked the good tomatoes and took out the rotten ones. We worked as a team.
Spiridon: The female pincers of an earwig are straight.
Alfie: The male are curved.