Outdoor Camping at Forest School

During their final Forest School session of the half term, KG2 used their imagination to pretend that they were camping in the glorious outdoors. They could climb into a sleeping bag or hammock and listen to the sounds around them and then cook breakfast on a pretend campfire. They enjoyed looking for animal footprints, making medals using slices of wood, creating clay animals as well as painting a flag using squashed raspberries. Most of the children chose to roast a piece of raison bread on the campfire. They were carefully supervised by Emma, remembering to kneel down on one knee, hold the stick at a safe distance, wait patiently and then blow the bread ten times before eating it. What a fantastic experience for us all.