Woodland School Term 3 2021 EYFS Exploring our school environment
Crunching in the frost!
'Look I made footprints!'
'How did these molehills get here?' Learning about moles
'I found a den to hide in!'
'Look what we found. What is it?' Learning about fungus
Looking closely to match bark. 'It's a zig zag!'
Tuning in to environmental sounds, listening closely.
Discussing the river sculpture made of rubbish.
Setting up a treasure hunt.
Laying a trail of arrows.
'Well they will need to follow these arrows around the big tree.'
We discovered that setting a trail for others was really fun!
Identifying dry places
'Animals can hide in here and keep warm.'
'This is still wet underneath.'
'Look, a footprint in the squelchy mud!'
'This is flooded because it's been raining a lot.'
No, it's not even dry in here!'
Woodland School Term 2 2020 Year 1 Science - Seasonal Changes
How do we know the season is Autumn now?
What evidence of animals can we find in the Autumn in our school grounds?
Some animals hibernate because food is hard to find in winter.
Where might animals hibernate?
How do animals adapt to changes in the seasons?
Woodland School Term 1 2020 Year 2 Science - Animals Including Humans
Amphibians live in the water as babies and on land as they grow older.
Animals that only eat plants are herbivores.
Seasons - making a winter den for for an animal to hibernate in.
River Sculpture Summer 2019
Lechlade Festival 2018
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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