Soon we will be beginning our winter session of Forest School. Our site at Newford Grove had changed a bit since we were last there in August 2016. This happens in Forest School and is one of its many benefits as we are able to witness the changing of the season first hand, learning what it looks like, feels like and smells like throughout the year.
Firstly we had to devise a way of getting across the water safely. The cone was useful as a balance midway.
We were collecting sticks to take back and dry out for our firepit in the garden. Jillian told us what sticks would be best to collect for this.
A wee Forest Friend..
We found a pallet, and we thought that might make a better crossing for us to get over the water.
In Forest School we work together, team building and problem solving. This is a perfect example of how this works in practice.
Then plenty of time to explore, climb, swing and just play.
So now we have safe access across the water to our site and have identified the space we will be using. Our Forest School sessions this term will take place on a Wednesday morning and afternoon. More information will follow when we let you know which children will be taking part in Forest School this term. These sessions will be offered first to children going to school in August so that they can have this experience before they leave us. Please don’t worry if your child is not in this block of sessions, we aim to offer it to all our children over the course of their time in our centre.