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Y3W: Willowy Teamwork


City of Trees: Trees for Learning with Y4 & Y5 – Eco-Schools Biodiversity

On Tuesday 29th October we were joined by Manchester City of Trees – who aim to plant 3 million trees across Greater Manchester. Years 4 and 5 planted approximately 150 trees on the bank along the edge of our school field. Compressing the earth well to avoid air gaps and finishing with a doughnut shaped mulch of woodchippings around the base, for a boost
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Year 4 Forest School

Year 2C – Forest School Communication

Year 2 have been super observant of our forest school environment and have guided each other around obstacles. Super communication and teamwork.

Year 3: Stone Age Forest School

Super Scarecrows

Year 4 worked incredibly creatively and cooperatively to make a superb scarecrow. As we had been exploring the epic poem, Beowulf, we decided to have a Beowulf scarecrow – holding onto the arm of the hideous monster, Grendel. UPDATE: WE WON THE CLASS SCARECROW PRIZE!

Forest School – muddy settlement fun

Maths Museum

To explore fractions in year 4, we have been creating maths museums of all the different ways to show a fraction. We used all sorts of different materials and thought creatively.

Blodin the Beast

This week year 4 have started to explore the text, ‘Blodin the Beast’. We got in to role as Blodin to explore him as a character – then shared our thoughts and feelings about him.    

Bronze Award from the Woodland Trust

Greave has now obtained the Bronze Award from the Woodland Trust in relation to our involvement in learning about trees – including planting trees. Well done to Year 4 for this week’s tree planting and a big thank you to Miss Clayton, Mr Houlihan and Mrs McKenzie for helping us.

Forest School Tree Planting

105 woodland trees were planted by the treerific year 4 children (and supported by Miss Clayton, Mr Houlihan and Mrs McKenzie). What a fantastic morning – amazing team work!

Year 4’s The 6 x table song

IMG_0945 Click here to see Year 4’s 6 x table song!

Our Forest School Roman Roads

On arriving at our ‘Forest in the Dip’ this morning, we discovered it was a little squelchy underfoot, so, after exploring the area with different senses and making friends with trees, we had the challenge of building our own version of a Roman road (path) to avoid the incredibly squishy, squelchy, slippy and slidey mud! Please feel free to add any comments to our
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