With Miss Haworth
Welcome to your Forest School page. I hope you are all well and ready for another fun term of learning and exploring - now we are back at school again! YAY!
On this page I am going to upload seasonal Forest School activities for you to complete, if you ever wish to, in your own time.
Please send any images you have of exploring to me, do not worry if you can not send images, write down your exploring adventures in your jotter book, have fun! Thank you. Miss Haworth . email@example.com
Planting and growing
ECO PROJECT - The trash hack campaign!
During this pandemic, disposable protective materials like masks and gloves have created a new stream of hazardous waste. When it comes to tackling the world’s trash, it can be hard to know where to start. But by making “hacks” or changes in our homes, schools and communities, we can reduce our negative impact, increase our understanding and start to be part of transforming the world. The global is connected to the local!
This campaign, 'The Trash Hack Campaign' is running from 18th January 2021 - 25th March 2021. It is time for us to make a change and help the world. We can do this in school and at home.
Please watch this video which will give you more of an insight into this campaign https://youtu.be/rsRoEQfaKEQ .
5th February 2021 - This week I would like you to come up with some ideas for how we can create less litter and waste. This project is one which we can all share and take part in ourselves at school and home. Think about the main topics which we discuss in school a lot REDUCE, REUSE AND RECYCLE, this might help you come up with some ideas. If you are struggling for some ideas there are some projects which have already been created on this following website: https://www.trashhack.org/ .
You could do this task by creating some posters, writing some bullet pointed ideas down, creating a power point or many other creative ways. Next week I will share one of your ideas and we can all start a project! Lets help our world.
Below you will find images of all the activities which have been completed. You put so much effort into your Forest School sessions and I am so proud of you! Take a look through the work that has been completed and celebrate how amazing you all are.