Feckenham C. of E. First School

A passion for learning, a love of life, in a school that cares

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Feckenham First School

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All children at Feckenham First School have the opportunity to attend Forest School.





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Building a Cob Oven 


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Below are some photos of children taking their learning outside and working hard during a Forest School session. 


  Forest School session

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Making Bread at Forest School - Everyone had a turn, here are a few of the photos showing our mornings work.


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Cooking Bread at Forest School

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Enjoying bread at Forest School

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Going on a bug hunt

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Building shelters out of natural resources

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Having fun with our friends and exploring the enviroment

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Children made their own camp fire and learnt which material to use and how to light the fire themselves. The children chose materials which would burn the longest to keep their fires going. 








Beginning to build our shelter, this is the design stage! 






The children love to explore and investigate the stream. Here the children are observing the water levels during heavy rainfall and looking at how the rising level affects the environment. 













Forest School in an inspirational process that offers children and young people the opportunities to achieve, develop confidence and self-esteem, through hands-on learning experiences in a local woodland environment.

Definition by Forest School England

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