It is official ... yesterday's Outdoor Classroom Day was the best yet! From building volcanoes, making mud soup, and planting a sensory garden in Years 1 and 2 through to soaking wet science and the first meeting of the Southlands Senate (S.P.Q.S) in Years 5 and 6, and MFL in the grounds in senior school, there was fun filled learning happening all over Campus.
Nursery - exploring cold creatures in the "wild" and planting their new sensory garden!
Reception - flying their very own pterodactyls!
2P - planting their new sensory garden including rosemary, lavender, sage and oregano.
3O - Trundling along ... measuring using trundle wheels.
3S - Getting magnetic ... making magnets!
4A - using natural materials to create their own world!
4B - drawing some inspiration from nature for their al fresco maths lesson!
Year 6 - the inaugural meeting of the Year 6 Senate. Also known as S.P.Q.S. : Senatus Populusque Southlandus!
Year 7 - studying hard for their French test hoping the fresh air will help!
Year 11 - taking inspiration from nature during their Italian A literature lesson!