Barrowcliff School

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Forest School

Forest School is a type of outdoor education in which children  visit forests/woodlands, learning personal, social and technical skills. Forest School uses the woods and forests as a means to build independence and self-esteem in children and young adults. Topics are cross-curriculum (broad in subject) including the natural environment, for example the role of trees in society, the complex ecosystem supported by a wilderness, and recognition of specific plants and animals. However, the personal skills are considered highly valuable, such as teamwork and problem solving. The woodland environment may be used to learn about more abstract concepts such as mathematics and communication.

Nursery 24th January 2019

Class 2C 20th June 2018

Class 2J 19th June 2018

Year 2 Coastal School June/July 2018 Photos on Year 2 Out of School Visits

Class 2C 7th June 2018

1SC Whittling sticks 17th May 2018

1JC Making wild garlic bread and minibeasts! 16th May 2018

1SC Spotting birds and evergreen deciduous trees 3rd May 2018

1JC Forest School 2nd May 2018

1SC Forest School 26th April 2018

Nursery Making, Feeding and Looking for Bears! 21st March 2018

Reception Looking for Wild Life and Pond Dipping 22nd March 2018

Nursery Going on a Bear Hunt 14th March 2018

Class RH Feeding A Friendly Robin

Nursery Making Items With Leaves 4th October 2017

Class RP Exploring The Stream And Making a Dam 3rd October 2017

Nursery Making A Dam 27th September 2017

Class RH Scavenger Hunt 26th September 2017

Nursery Exploring the Woodland 21st September 2017

Class RP Scavenger Hunt 21st September 2017