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Forest School - Session 1

Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had.

Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 1
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 2
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 3
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 4
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 5
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 6
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 7
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 8
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 9
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 10
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 11
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 12
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 13
Birch class spent their first forest school session in style. On the way to the forest school area, the children had the opportunity to look at the different trees. We found elderberries growing on the trees and found conkers, which were still in their shells. After a quick reminder of the forest school rules, the children had to use their senses to describe a blackberry. The children then worked in teams to locate a stone and mush their blackberries together to make a liquid. The children used paint brushes and the blackberry liquid to create patterns and shapes on paper and bunting. Take a look at the fun the children had. 14
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