Time is marching on and the summer holidays seem such a long time ago now. It's lovely to be back in school, watching the children engage in the natural environment around them. Our site is always changing with the seasons and we're looking forward to seeing the beautiful colours appearing on the trees. Conkers will soon be falling to the ground, and we hope to have lots of fun collecting and playing with them. This term we will be creating hibernation homes for the various creatures that visit our site, as the children learn about caring for wildlife. Protecting our site is very important as footfall is heavy each day. We will be moving around the school site for our Forest School/Outdoor Learning experiences. This is an important part of our learning as we find out how our play and action affect our environment. There will be a big focus on environmental issues, recycling and care for our planet and each other this year. If you have any ideas that you would like to share, please do get in touch.
Our photo gallery is in the process of being updated, but please do check in to find out what the children are getting up to.
We would also love to see your nature photos too. Please email any you would like to share with us to the school office. With your permission, we will add them to our display in school for the children to look at.
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