The children in Forest School enjoy toasting Marshmallows around the camp fire, and a Piñata. A great time was had by all, providing a fitting end to the first half term of the new Outside Learning program.
‘Let’s get realy big things done for our planet’
Today is international Earth Day when we are encouraged to do things to help the planet. The children and parents from Norbury Hall certainly did today with a mass planting of native trees supplied by the Woodland Trust. Thank you to all those parents and family who helped and supported our mammoth tree planting session today, especially the brave few who gave up their time to help dig the planting trench, you saved my back. The children planted over four hundred trees to help form a living fence and wildlife corridor, and seemed to enjoy every moment.
We had a fantastic day today – we investigated how Maths is used outside the classroom.
In the morning,some of our parents came into school to help us understand how maths is included in jobs.There were architects,chemists,process engineers and a lot more.
In our lessons we did at least something including mathematics.We were told how maths is used in coding and tesselation. It was fun.
By Noah and William P
Have a look at these photos to see how our day went…