Now for some photos of those children in Group 1 at How Hill. Owl pellet dissection proved popular with the children getting stuck in with much enthusiasm. Dyke dipping followed and once again the group showed much interest, despite the wind and drizzle. The boat trip, next morning, was in the sunshine and the children enjoyed using the binoculars to spot Swans, Mallards and Black Headed Gulls. Then the children learned to thatch a roof, working together using the proper tools. The last morning they cooperated in groups to make art out of found objects in the wood. Their creations were fabulous including deer, windmills and a hedgehog.
It was a fun trip with each activity reinforcing the children’s learning. Their behaviour was exemplary and was commented on favourably by staff at How Hill. Well done Years 3 and 4.