We think there are 5 robin chicks tucked up in this watering can.
Recently, parents and carers of the Outdoor Learning team were invited to see what we have been doing. We showed our parents and carers all the outdoor learning techniques that Mr Grey has taught us throughout the year. These techniques include challenging our own abilities and increasing our potential to learn new skills; instead of staying read more »
The Outdoor Learning team searched for blue housepoint tokens which had been hidden around the school field. Some of our parents joined us to help us find the tokens. Our parents were able to see what we have been doing during our Outdoor Learning sessions on Friday afternoons. Our parents were impressed by how much read more »
During last week’s Outdoor Learning session, we did a blindfold challenge. Working in small groups, one person was blindfolded (their jumper or coat was pulled over their head to hide their eyes) and their team mates had to guide them through an obstacle course. The rules were no touching allowed; directions could be given by voice read more »
We made some tyre swings next to our den. We started by tying a stick to a piece of rope using a reef knot. Maia had learnt how to do a reef knot at her sea cadets club and was able to use this skill for this task. The stick was thrown over a thick branch and then we read more »
We made our den in the school grounds using ropes, sticks, spades, rakes and tarpaulin for our roof. We covered the base of our den with bark to make an easier surface to walk on. Then we put some old tyres down to create seats. We used rope to tie the tarpaulin to big trees. read more »
At Holy Trinity School, we have started an Outdoor Learning group. This group has been set up to help pupils with self-confidence and team building skills, working outside within the school grounds. The group is run by Mr Grey and currently there are ten Year 6 pupils who meet every Friday afternoon and work in two read more »