The children of the first Forest Group had a fantastic experience at their forest school. Despite the unpredictable weather, they still had fun and created many unforgettable memories. They challenged themselves by climbing, swinging, and jumping, using tools safely, and exploring their creativity. The day always ended with a cup of hot chocolate and a delicious treat.
We have thoroughly enjoyed our forest school sessions over the last few weeks! Our favourite session was when it snowed and it turned Narnia into a winter wonderland!
We had a fantastic experience at Forest School. We went on a trip to ‘Narnia’, which is located in Blackley Forest. We worked collaboratively as a team to create dens for the animals mentioned in our new story, ‘Bear Snores On’. During our time there, we had the opportunity to explore the beautiful natural surroundings and learn about the forest during the winter season. Also, we enjoyed hugging trees.
The nursery children had an absolute blast in the snow! They had a snowball fight, discovered some animal footprints, spotted signs of spring, and enjoyed delicious cup of hot chocolate with some yummy biscuits.
We had a fantastic time at Forest School. Some of the children made friendship bracelets and enjoyed spending time by the river Irk.
The children spent the morning with Mrs Nicholson at Forest school. They even explored the fascinating, fast, flowing, river Irk!
Wow, Nursery have enjoyed their first day at the forest School. What an amazing time we have had, making so many memories together! Nursery are fabulous explorers! Being in the forest has allowed our children to become inquisitive and curious about the world around them. We have learnt how to take care of all living things and how to respect our environment with lots of messy and creative fun along the way…
Our last session until next calendar year. Thankfully, after storms and rainy days, the beautiful autumn sun shone on us today.
Year 1 have enjoyed our time in Foxes Den at forest school. We have climbed trees, played one, two, three where are you and gone on bug hunts.
5M enjoyed their Autumn sessions exploring the stream and the forest, using the many fallen leaves to create a map of our forest school site and used tools (a Bow Saw and Bill Hook,) to saw and split green wood for the fire in the last session.