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Signs of Autumn Walk and Litter Pick - Tuesday 12.11.19

 

The children had a wonderful time observing the signs of autumn during a walk around the local park. They were able to tick off nearly all of the items on their 'Autumn Hunt Checklist', apart from a squirrel, and believe it or not, pine cones.  Whilst we were out and about we reflected on our prior learning about our five senses.  Some of the children's comments included,

"The conker shells felt prickly."  The mud smelt disgusting." "The sky is white and it is like home time."  "The wind feels cold."  "I can hear the wind."  "I liked the orange leaves."  "The water looks fast." (river)  "I saw tiny green apples."  "I found a shiny conker."  

 

We also reflected on taking responsibility for looking after our parks. We discussed the importance of not dropping litter and  using the bins provided or taking our rubbish home.  Mr Harding helped us conduct a 'Litter Pick' in the park.  Thank you for helping us Mr Harding.  

 

All the children would also like to say a big than you to the parent helpers who accompanied us on the walk.  This exciting outdoor learning could not have taken place without them generously giving their time to help us.  We hope they had a lovely time.

 

Finally we would like to say a big thank you to our grown ups for providing us with the correct cold weather clothes, we were all lovely and warm even on a day that was cold and wet.

 

                       

 

                  

 

 

 

 

Author Rebecca Freeman visits the Saplings.

 

On Friday 25th the Sapling classes were very excited to welcome the author Rebecca Freeman. We had a fabulous time listening to her wonderful stories about two hens called Porridge and Cornflakes.  We were amazed to learn that not only had Rebecca written these stories, but that she had  illustrated them too.  The Sapling children have been inspired to become writers and illustrators, and can't wait to have a go at writing our own stories during the coming year.  We would like to say a big thank you to Rebecca Freeman and to Mrs Forman for organising this visit.


Mini Beast Hunt July 2019
The children had great fun becoming intrepid explorers as they embarked on a mini beast hunt in the Forest School. The aim was to discover insects and observe them in their natural habitats. The children set off armed with bug pots, magnifying glasses and a checklist.  They found a wide range of insects including; ants, worms, slugs, snails, woodlice, spiders, beetles, aphids, caterpillars, flies and best of all spiderlings. 
The children took photos and videos of each other and these were used to create a movie.  Have fun watching their epic adventures.

Sapling Lourdes Yellow Group

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Sapling Lourdes Red Group

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Sapling Lourdes Green Group

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Sapling Lourdes Orange Group

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Sapling Lourdes Blue Group

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Sapling Bernadettes - Orange Group

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Sapling Bernadettes - Blue Group

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Sapling Bernadettes - Borys and Ryan

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Sapling Bernadettes - White Group

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Sapling Bernadettes - Yellow Group

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Sapling Bernadettes Brown Group

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