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The Romans and the Celts – Forest School – Year 3

The Romans and the Celts – Forest School – Year 3

Year 3 had an amazing time as they got into character and took part in an epic battle between the Romans and the Celts as they invaded Forest School.

The Romans constructed a road from bricks and marched into Celtic territory. The Celts fought valiantly, defending their land but they were defeated after a monumental victory for the Roman army. Capturing Boudica, they conquered their land and the Roman Empire began!

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Forest School

Forest School

In Forest School the children took part in a wide range of fun and educational cross-curricular activities throughout May. Reception investigated the effects of sea pollution. They recreated the sea bed using gravel, shells and sea creatures then added food colouring, oil and rubbish to demonstrate how this impacts the sea. Year 1 enjoyed pond… Continue Reading

Forest School Club

Forest School Club

Forest School Club got off to a great start tonight. After listening carefully to a safety talk from Ms Bell, the children showed great determination and team work when using a bow saw to cut a circular piece of wood in preparation for our next session. They also spent some time sanding the wood to make sure that… Continue Reading

Mosaics

Mosaics

Year 3 had a great time in forest school making mosaic tiles. First of all the children had to make their tile shape with clay, then they selected either small tiles or glass pebbles to design their individual pattern. The results are fabulous and the tiles are proudly displayed in class. Well done! Continue Reading

Forest School

Forest School

Easter preparations and activities filled our Forest School sessions in March. All of the children made a wooden cross adding a variety of different materials to decorate and enhance the message of The Crucifixion. Year 2 and 3 also used natural materials to make crosses to add to their Easter cards. During the last week… Continue Reading