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Titanic Day!

Chaffinches class had a wonderful day on Friday, or 'Titanic Day' as it was called. All the children (and Miss Martin and Mrs Pottinger) dressed up in Edwardian style clothing imitating Titanic passengers. The day began with a visitor, Tim Maltin, who has written books about the famous ship. Tim was really impressed by your existing knowledge Chaffinches, but it was also refreshing to learn new facts about the sinking of the ship. Did you know for example, that the rescue ship, the Carpathia, was only able to find the survivors on the lifeboats because the radio crew on the Titanic had given out their location incorrectly? Tim also allowed everyone to touch one of the tiles from the smoking room on the Titanic- aren't you lucky!

Take a look at some of the wonderful costumes from the day.....


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Another super morning at Forest Schools. We have built our own mini-rainforest layers and hunted for different types of trees. DSCN1099DSCN1100DSCN1107DSCN1106


On Friday 29th April Woodpeckers visitied the Living Rainforest. We saw some amazing animals which has really brought our topic to life. Here are some pictures from the day:






Woodpeckers have had a lovely morning at Forest Schools. Today we compared Oakfrith woods to a rainforest. We noticed that there was a few layers missing but we could certainly see a canopy. The woods look beautiful with the forest floor filled with bluebells. 

Here are a few pictures from our morning:


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