Ever wondered what that stuff is that looks like bits of spittle on vegetation at this time of year? Often called cuckoo spit it is in fact caused by the tiny larvae of the froghopper, known as the spittle bug.
EXCITING NEWS!!!! We are delighted to be a recipient of Tesco’s #BagsofHelp initiative. We have been chosen to receive a grant to assist Warrington schools to get children out into nature. How much funding we get depends on public vote
A marvellous first day at our forest school summer holiday club. Day one of…Den in the Woods and what an adventure we had 🙂 We made dens, played games, did lots of crafts using wool, sticks, clay and paracord. Went
We’ve been playing a variant of a manhunt game quite a lot at Chaigeley School recently which we call Jailbreak. This week we have been developing the rules to make the game more dynamic, and have come up with a
One of my favourite Forest School activities is what I call the woodland hunt. I hide a load of soft toys of fauna that may be found in a woodland habitat, putting them where they are most likely to be.
Look closely and you will see how the children have been highly creative in their constructions. They have built using various methods and with different reasoning and for different purposes. They have solved problems both in their imagination and physically
We had great fun in the after school club today. The children were really enthusiastic which is always so nice to see. They all got to use the bow saw and the hand drill and learned how to tie a