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Our aim at St George's Forest School is to promote the holistic development of all those involved, fostering resilient, confident, independent and creative learners.

Summer 2018

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A Snapshot of Our Forest School Experiences!

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Paint!

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Hand Printing

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Leaf ID on the Hapa Zome

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Xylophone

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Happy Birthday to you!

Taking Turns

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Chocolate Cake Bake Off!

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Our New Stick Throwing Game

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Hazel's Final Sessions with the Hammock and Chocolate Cake

Woodland Management Chores

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Building the Hobbit House

Building the Hobbit House 1 The roof is on!!
Building the Hobbit House 2 The windows are in!

Mr Pilkington came to visit and practiced using a fire striker! A big thank-you to MVV Environment for the hedging.

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Early Spring 2017

 

A huge thank-you to MVV Environment at Ridham Docks for fully funding our hedgerow which stretches from the car park to the camp.  On 19th April Mr Pilkington is coming to have a look at how well the children have mulched the saplings (or 'stocks' which is the correct name for young hedging) with bark.  The school has bought an extra long hose so that the hedgerow can be watered in dry spells and whilst the tiny roots are becoming established.  At the moment the stocks look like long twigs but in 5 years time we will have a native hedge!  

 

 

 

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