Category: outdoor

Exploring the local river.

Our geography focus this half term is on rivers.  We took a trip to our local river to carry out a field study.  We enjoyed going for a walk along it and measuring the width and the depth.

Planting in Our School Allotment

We have been very busy planting the seedlings we grew in the classroom in our school allotment. As a class we worked together really well to get everything planted.  We had to make sure the flower bed was properly prepped ready to have plants planted inside. We planted lots of different things which included chilli, …

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River walk!

For our Geography entry point we walked down to our local river, the River Colne. During this half term in Geography, we are going to learning all about rivers, therefore it only felt right to go and visit a real river! We walked through the village and down to the river.  At one point we …

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Stone Age Entry Point

For our Stone Age entry point in Year 3, we used our outdoor learning space to create a fire! We learnt that in the Stone Age humans did not have an easy way to make fire like we have today. In the  Stone Age they used fire for cooking and warmth. Fire in the Stone …

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Fire Making

This week as part of our outdoor learning, some of our Y6 pupils had the opportunity to make fire in our outdoor classroom. The children worked safety in teams to use bush craft tools to learn how to prepare, start and maintain a small fire …