Year 5 enjoyed a lovely trip to Cremyll/Mount Edgecumbe where we spent the day on Barnpool beach. We took part in 4 different activities; looking at ways to use renewable energy, a tidal workshop and rockpooling, looking at the Black Cornish Bee Reserve and taking a trip on the Lynher Barge herself. We also took […]
In Geography this term, we have been learning about what climate change is, what causes it and how we can protect our planet. A part of this was learning about food miles, how far our imported food travels, and how it’s best to grow local food as much as possible in season to help reduce […]
I’m so impressed with Fistral’s amazing information texts. The children used the website Switchzoo to create their own creatures made up for four different animals. Check out their work!
We have finished our DT project – animal puppets!🐸🦉🦎
We made the most of our outdoor space during our Forest School day. We created dreamcatchers, made fat balls for birds, sculpted tree faces and enjoyed orienteering around the school.
We had an amazing day! The children completed 3 orienteering events; made dream catchers out of twigs and wool; used clay to create Green Man faces on the trees; and made and hung fat balls from the trees, to encourage birds to our school environment. We
Sennen had a great day outdoors! They started their day orienteering and learning how to place themselves on different types of maps and follow directions. They then spent time in the sun making dream catchers out of sticks and string. In the afternoon, Sennen made clay faces on the trees of the woodland area, based […]