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We have had a fabulously exciting week. Aswell as writing about the lifecycle of a sunflower and showing data in pictograms we had Sports Day, which was exhausting but fantastic. Luckily, the weather was sunny and warm that day.On Tuesday we had a visit from Oak and Furrows  and they showed us animals from the local area, which fits in brilliantly with our topic at the moment.

Oak and Furrows brought in Woodland creatures

 On Thursday The Woodland Wagon visited and set up camp in The Forest School Area. We had a Forest school session with them and they showed us how to cook a ‘smorg’ over a campfire.

Building a wigwam style den

 And on Friday we had the climbing wall which everybody eagerly scaled, despite it being cold and rainy…even the teachers!

Look who turned up on her day off!

 And the man with his mobile garden pond……..which was fascinating. We identified so many different varieties of pond life, some we had seen at Redwood, others we hadn’t. Once we had looked carefully at the wildlife in the pond, he showed us two toads and a grass snake. We learnt how to identify the grass snake and why toads are different to frogs. It was fascinating!Overall we had a terrific week! Have a good half term everyone.