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Belmont is a 'Recognised Forest School Provider'.

 

Belmont School is nationally recognised as a Forest School Provider. This truly reflects the high quality provision and practice that is embedded into the EYFS and Year 1 curriculum. We are now rolling out this fantastic learning opportunity throughout the school.

School Council visit Forest School

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School council members in years 3-6 spent a morning in the forest. At the end of the session some of the children chose to share their 'special forest spot' with the group, and discuss ideas for how Forest School could develop further at Belmont School.

School council film their ideas for Forest School

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RRS Ambassadors at Forest School

Year 6 Forest School Rangers

What do our Rangers think of Forest School?

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Our Year 6 Forest School Rangers accompany the younger children on visits to our woodland site. They have the opportunity to develop their leadership skills in a unique setting, and act as ambassadors for outdoor learning for the wider school community.
Reception Forest School 5th May

Year 1 Forest School 3rd May

 

The children explored the different forest paths, and completed challenges along the way. They took risks and persevered to climb trees, roll down hills and make a tree swing!

Hill rolling.

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Reception Forest School 28th April 2017.

 

The children had a fantastic time at Forest school today. Firstly they worked as a team to gather different sized sticks for our campfire. After learning about how to be safe around the fire the children took turns to add the sticks.

 

 

 

Next the children used tools to slice bananas, push in different ingredients and wrap them in tinfoil. The bananas were left to cook in the embers, and once they were ready it was time to eat them. Everyone enjoyed eating in the forest!

 

Safety around the campfire.

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The reception children followed the campfire rules and carefully added their sticks to the fire.

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