Monthly Archives: March 2016
Yesterday Joshua wanted to use the bow saw again. He had tried it a few weeks before and he told me how proud he was of his achievements. It is a really good way to put collaboration in to practice because we use it with two people. If both people are not working together you simply … Continue reading
We started book week off with some pirate stories in our new cabin. We had such a good time hearing about Captain Beastly. Children from the Children’s Centre, F1, all 3 F2 classes and Cirp came along to join in the fun. We really made use of our new cabin (today it became a pirate … Continue reading
Year one found an awesome den in the woods today, they worked together to make it bigger so they could all get inside. This gave us lots of opportunities to practice thinking about other people when we are moving around, especially if we are carrying things.
A group from year four came to the woods this afternoon. I showed them the cuttings from a conifer tree that one of the school’s neighbours had given us. They are perfect for making den roofs! The children had to collaborate to be able to put the den together. I think it is one of … Continue reading
This morning the group made toast at the campfire to keep warm. The smell of toast cooking made me almost forget how cold it was!