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Templars Forest School

2021 - 2022 

 

Year 1: Using tools and observing closely at the animals in Forest school

Year 3: Using their knowledge of the Stone Age to make shelters sturdier with diagonal struts.

Templars Forest School

2021 - 2020 

Forest school session Autumn Term 1 and 2 - Parent letter

Forest school planning Autumn Term

Forest school sessions Gallery Autumn term 1

Templars Forest School

2020 - 2021

Forest school weekly planing overview for Y2, Y4 and Y6 for Autumn term 1

Come and see our gallery of images taken from the forest school sessions

Forest school dates for Autumn term 1 for Year 2, Year 4 and Year 6

Forest school dates AUTUMN TERM 2 Year 2, Year 4 and Year 6

Weekly planning overview for the sessions Y2, Y4, Y6

Forest school dates - Spring term Year 2, Year 4, Year 6

Week beginning 16th November - What have the children at Templars been doing in Forest school?

WB 23rd and 30th November 2020

Week Beginning 7th December 2020 - Final session cooking over a fire

Key worker groups 2021

WB 15th March 2021 - Pond investigation

3KG pond dipping 24/5/21

2R Using tools to cut a tree cookie

WB 29th March 2021 Final session for Year 6, Y4, Y2 in Forest school - Cooking a stew over a camp fire

Forest school weekly planner for years 1, 3, 5

3LG in their first forest school session - 19th April 2021

Last session, using tools to cut, peel and chop to cook over a fire with 1PC

Wednesday 19th May 2021: 1W first session in forest school

1W forest school sessions

3KG forest school sessions

5G forest school sessions

Forest school Planning ideas for Summer term 2 2021 - Year 1, 3, 5

Photo Gallery from Year 1, Year 3, Year 5

Mud kitchen for our forest school

The children were respecting their Forest School today and were doing a litter pick to support Anti-bullying week.

During Autumn Term 1 - Year 2 and Year 6 were the first to have their Forest School sessions.

 

Year 2 were challenged to make the tallest tower using sticks that were no longer than 30cm in length, build shelters using natural and man made materials, make dream catchers using willow and find objects of interest. 

 

Year 6 were challenged to find objects of interest and describe them using adjectives, find a tree of interest and give it a hug, make shelters and fill sand bags to help protect the Anderson shelter.

 

The last session ended in a camp fire where the children cooked marshmallows. Take a look at the year group page to see the photos from each of the sessions.   

 

Autumn Term 2 - Nursery and Year 1 are to have their Forest School sessions. Check the letter for the dates of the children and year group sessions. 

 

Keep looking to see what they get up to. smiley

 

 

Today the children in Miss Williams Forest School group did some amazing pictures of poppies for Rememberance Day.

Matching the colour to objects we could find.

 

Well the first session in Forest School with nursery was amazing. The children got into their waterproofs and wellingtons and we went on our first adventure into the woods. 

This week Year 1 have begun their Forest School sessions and what a fantastic time they had. 

1M had fun even in the rain. 

Nursery - Muddy Monday

This week the children in Nursery and Year 1 have been using sticks and leaves to make animal homes for snails, ladybirds, ants, wasps and spiders. We needed to make sure they were warm and dry and waterproof. 

In the dark, dark woods there were some stories. Good job we had some lights !!!

Forest school challenge today. Can we use materials to make an Inuit shelter to keep us dry and waterproof?

Forest School children learning how to use a bow saw.

#lifeskills#independance#newexperiences#confidence#fun

This week we used a bow saw to make tree cookies

Forest School Club, making our own Stickman.

Year 4 enjoying Forest School this week making shelters

RS making shelters this week, what great team work they showed.

What amazing cooperation skills this week.

Having fun with our visitors in Forest School.

Parents joining the children in Forest school club.

Year 5 forest school session 1 - hunting for giant's toenails and creating our favourite book cover using the things we can find on the forest floor.

Making animal homes in forest school. I'm not sure who had more fun? The parents or the children!!!

Creating tree art in our forest school club.

Our children and parent forest school club.

Our last session in Forest School.

Welcome to another year of Forest School.

Today the year 6 children made dream catchers uisng willow. 

Year 3 making Stone age houses using wattle and daub.

Year 3 making Stone Age axes

Year 3 recioe for stone age stew

Our fourth session in Forest school. Year 6 linked their theme of WW2 to the learning outside.

Today was our first session in Forest school. We made Wattle and Daub houses.

This week the children in year 5 have been improving their school environment by planting trees.

Templars have got GOLD in the Woodland Trust Award.

This week Year 5 have made a Viking axe.

This week Year 5 made a Viking bow and arrow using willow.

WE ARE A GREEN TREE SCHOOL AND HAVE BEEN AWARDED GOLD!

Forest school sessions this term are with Year 1. So far this term, we have made animal homes, shelters and used a bow saw to cut wood to make tree mobiles. Look out for more exciting lessons. 

Year 1 - Willow weaving

Forest school this term is with the year 3 children. This week we have used a bow saw, loppers and a hand drill.

We found frogs and frog spawn in our school pond today!!!

WB 8th June 2020 - Bug Week in Mini School

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