Year 4 and 5 took a walk down to Lulworth Cove for forest schools looking for signs of spring.
We spotted lots of new life.
Josh stopped as we walked by Hambury Tout and simply said "just look at that amazing view!"
We are so lucky to have all this in our doorstep!
Year 4 & 5 took a trip to Bowling Green Wood in East Lulworth for their Outdoor learning session.
We were looking for natural materials to use in our bug hotels back at school.
We also did a spot of den building - a shelter for a teddy bear.
The local peacocks were very curious about what we were doing and wandered over.
One even displayed his feathers to show us he was the boss.
Outdoor Learning: Spring 2017
We have been walking the local hills.
We went to Lulworth Cove and Stair Hole to look at the 5 rocks of Lulworth and the erosion.
We were shocked by the size of the Purbeck Stone compared to the Wealden Clay outside the visitor centre.
We saw Stair Hole with its caves, arches and the ‘Lulworth Crumple’ in the Purbeck Beds.
From the top of the hill we could identify the 5 rocks of Lulworth around the cove.
Time for a biscuit looking out to sea.