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Maples’ mini-beasts

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Maples had a very productive morning!

While mini-beast hunting continued, salt-dough versions of the creatures we found, were made around the log circle. The children chose natural materials to give them wings, legs, eyes or antennae.

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Busy, busy, busy…

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Mini-beasts were also painted…the children first made mud and then added chalk (which they crushed with a stone and mixed into the mud to make different colours)

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Back in Hollies…the marvellous mini-beasts were displayed for all to see…can you guess what they are?

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Wildflowers and new signs…

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

A busy lunchtime today at Langley Forest School today! First a willing group of workers helped to plant some wildflower seeds near to our entrance gates.  These were kindly donated by a member of St James church, Mere Green, who have been involved in a project called Grow Wild sponsored by Kew Gardens.

The children worked hard to plant these seeds…we are looking forward to seeing them grow!

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After this, some new signs were put up…ready to be discovered in the morning!

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LANGLEY IS A SCHOOL WHERE INDIVIDUALS ARE VALUED FOR THEMSELVES
AND WHERE ALL ARE EXPECTED TO GIVE OF THEIR BEST