Our first forest school session as Badgers - Lots of fun picking blackberries and making jam aswell as whittling and enjoying the other forest activities.
Owls had fun making yummy cheesy scones this morning.
Outstanding Owls - Scaling the heights of the climbing wall today
Celebrating the Queen's Jubilee wearing our homemade hats and dressing up in red, white and blue.
Rain or shine - Forest Time still continues - Fabulous team work creating dens to keep out the rain and followed by popcorn cooked on the open fire.
Environmental art with other classes in school on a sunny afternoon. Followed by story telling games.
Forest Fun today - Free time to explore our fantastic forest environment then making ourselves out of clay adding hair, eyes, arms and legs using foliage, sticks and pine cones.
KS2 created Hapa-Zome Japanese prints using leaves, daisies and gorse flowers. We used a hammer and stones to extract the natural die and created patterns on calico.
Our Rocking Sparkly Starter
Fantastic Football Festival Fun at Oakhurst School.
Tag Rugby Day at Wimborne Rugby Ground
Lesson 2 - Cooking our marshmallows on the fire and making s'mores!
Forest School Week 2 - Lesson 1 -Lighting the Fire.
KS2 enjoying their first experience of Forest Fun with Clare Harding. Spending time, sawing, hammering, whittling with vegetable peelers and cooking popcorn on the open fire.
Savage Saxons - Making sticky honey biscuits and learning how to weave.
M&M Theatrical Productions - Charles Dickens adaptation of Scrooge - Enjoyed by all this afternoon
Shrove Tuesday - Pancake eating, Pancake races and a worship with Reverend Woodley
Owls and Badgers ended their half term designing steady hand games, designing gardens for those who face a challenge and making funny Potato Heads.
Owls have been researching electricity and in Science have been creating their own electrical circuits to make a light bulb turn on and off.
Carol singing in the playground
Our Owls and Badgers Children enjoyed attending St. James' Church yesterday afternoon for bible readings and carol singing.
KS2 Samba Concert
KS2 Samba Concert 2021
Our Pond Competition Winners!!
We've made Roman Roads you can eat!!
Children in Need - We had a lot of spotty children today!!
Rotten Romans - Sparkly Starter
KS2 spent time playing a very energetic game of tag during PE.
Whole School Fun on the Field - Fabulous end to a busy half term
Key Stage 2 have been looking at the United Nations and the Rights of Children - They made shelters up on the field aimed at different climates, thinking about what materials they could use for different situations.
We set up an experiment to investigate the effect of different drinks on teeth using eggs instead of teeth and we then had a messy afternoon looking at the results.
Our amazing home learning - The Digestive System
Landscape Art. This week Owls have been learning how to sketch using a pencil and we used our lovely renovated pond as a starting point.
Welcome to our new Owls - Keystage 2 Parachute Fun - Getting to know each other
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