On Friday 23rd March, the Eco Council organised a litter pick around the school grounds. Children from all classes helped Mrs Marshall pick up rubbish and tidy the grounds. All the children who took part were very enthusiastic and helpful and we were very proud of them.
During the Forest Fun sessions, Kingfishers Class have been completing activities towards a Bronze Certificate for the RSPB Wild Challenge. They have been weather wizards recording the weather. They have made bird cakes, They took part in the Big Schools Bird Watch. They have looked at natural objects and drawn a detailed picture of it. They […]
The Kingfishers children have been looking at signs of Spring in their Science lessons this week. The children have been thinking about the clothes they wear in Spring and what the weather is like. Everyday this week the children have visited the weather station to record the rainfall, temperature and the wind direction. They also […]
As part of Road Safety Week the children have been encouraged to walk to school. The teachers provided a ‘Walking Bus’ from each end of Strickmere so as many children as possible could walk to school. Walking to school keeps us healthy and it helps protect the environment. Thank you to all the children and […]
Friday was the turn of the Woodpeckers to share their work from this half term. They talked all about Arts week and showed their finger paintings of seasonal trees and their forest. The children from construction club showed their tree models that they’d made and shared their advice on recycling. Well done Woodpeckers!
The children in Kingfishers Class participated in their first Forest Schools session. They followed instructions and walked with their partners to the forests, watching where they were going and crossing the road carefully. When they arrived in the forest they sat in a circle with the children from Orchard Barns and listened to Terry the leader […]