The Little People Could Be Here
Duke's Forest School
by Duke of Norfolk Forest School
7M ago
The children have all been making little rope ladders to help the little people in the woods and at home. This was a tricky task that required concentration, perseverance and determination. The children were brilliant helping each other and even teaching each other when they got how to tie the rungs on to the string ..read more
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King or Queen of the jungle
Duke's Forest School
by Duke of Norfolk Forest School
7M ago
Children were working in groups to create a throne for a jungle ruler. Such a lot of cooperation. Compromise and imagination. The sessions finished by sharing a pan of popcorn ..read more
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Bashing flowers and leaves
Duke's Forest School
by Duke of Norfolk Forest School
7M ago
The Y1/2s have had a go at “happy-zooma”. This is simply hitting the leaves between sheets of paper to release the pigment fro the cells in the plant. Some of the results have been stunning ..read more
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Wildlife found in the woods
Duke's Forest School
by Duke of Norfolk Forest School
7M ago
Some of the children have been looking for newts over the last fewest weeks and have found several. For some children it was a massive challenge to hold the newt on their hands. A number of children really wanted to hold one but were frightened to, but the smile on their face when they did was fantastic ..read more
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The Fortress of Solitude
Duke's Forest School
by Duke of Norfolk Forest School
9M ago
Y1/2 had communication from Earth this week, with a suggestion to help deal with their life on that far distant planet. The suggestion was that they should create a fortress of solitude; a special place where they can retreat to and be reminded of life back on earth. The ideas were wonderful and their spaces had lots to remind them of family, friends and home. All the things they would miss ..read more
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We need interesting strings
Duke's Forest School
by Duke of Norfolk Forest School
9M ago
The early years had the challenge to transform boring string into interesting string using the things they find in the woods. I think they did a great job ..read more
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Alien Invasion
Duke's Forest School
by Duke of Norfolk Forest School
10M ago
The Y1/2 children have been creating their own aliens this week in the hope that when space command back on Earth see the pictures they will launch a rescue mission. The children had to create an alien that would be welcome back on Earth. Their imagination was incredible from things that would swim in the sea, to others that eat rubbish and clean up as they go ..read more
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Can Reception Survive a Deluge?
Duke's Forest School
by Duke of Norfolk Forest School
10M ago
We had a lot of rain this week with reception, so we embraced the weather and the children built a shelter (with a bit of help) to keep them dry. Even with a bucket of rain there all stayed dry ..read more
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A Tasty Treat for the Workers
Duke's Forest School
by Duke of Norfolk Forest School
11M ago
The reception classes enjoyed toasting their own toffee apples this week. They were all wonderful around the fire and enjoyed eating them even more ..read more
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Building the 3 Little Pigs Stick House.
Duke's Forest School
by Duke of Norfolk Forest School
11M ago
Reception class built themselves stick houses this week. They were big enough for all their group to fit inside. At the same time some children had a go on the slack line and felt very proud when they managed no hands for a short time ..read more
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