Learners in Cedar 2 have been following a simple recipe to create hot foods which they can take with them to cold climates. Pupils were able to independently create their own pizza toppings and had great fun tasting them.
Some of Oak 2 ventured out to My Life and learnt how to care for different animals. Based in Standish, pupils had the opportunity take part in animal care within the small animal farm, with goats, chickens, pigs, ducks, rabbits and sheep.
On Wednesday the 28th June, Maple 2 had a lovely visit from Meadowbank Primary school and Curious Critters. The children saw lots of different animals (A snake, Skinny Pig, and African Beetle and a lizard). All of the pupils listened to Danny when he was explaining how to treat the animals with care. Everyone enjoyed looking and handling the different critters. Well done Maple 2 for great listening and looking after your new friends from Meadowbank!
As apart of our Well-being Curriculum, school will be hosting reptiles on a regular basis throughout the year similarly to Little Barn Farm.
This week, in Pine 2, the children had an exciting afternoon. Parents came to visit. Our visitors helped us with a scavenger hunt in Nature’s Den. We were looking for signs of Autumn. Then we used what we found to make a potion. There was also sensory play and time to get to know each other. Thanks to all those that were able to come.
As part their of PE sessions this half term, the Birches have been on weekly educational visits to Howe Bridge Soft Play to work on their climbing, bouncing and turn taking skills. They have had such a great time and have been interacting with staff and their friends by getting them to play chase.
This term, the learners in Elm have been exploring the Topic ‘Ourselves’. They began exploring the parts of their face then moved on to the whole body. During Literacy session, they labelled parts of the body and in Outdoor Learning, each pupil used a Stickman picture to help them create their own. Fantastic work Elm!
Ash 1 have been learning about ourselves as part of Science this term.
The children have enjoyed using their senses to discover new materials and smells in the immersive learning room and the sensory studio. Great work, Ash 1!