Eagles designed their own 'Wheelchair Golf 'courses as part of their inclusive sports session this week.
Some of Eagles class had their first Forest School of the year this week (others were busy winning a cricket tournament!). We went up to the Forest School site, jumping in as many puddles as possible on the way. Mrs Jones taught the children how to do a clove hitch and how to lash sticks together to make picture frames.
We spent a lot of time climbing the Climbing Tree and painting it (and each other!) with mud.
On Tuesday we went to Bristol Zoo as part of our topic about Brazil. Bristol Zoo has lots of animals from South America and we enjoyed seeing them in real life. There was even an area called Zona Brazil!
The education session was very interesting - we learned about the rainforest, how animals use camouflage, smelled rainforest plants and much more. We stroked a milk snake and a tenrec. We even held giant hissing cockroaches! We were very proud of Mrs Jackson who held a very active cockroach which made a bid for freedom up her arm!
Making the most of some temporarily glorious weather Eagles played rounders on the village field on two afternoons this week! We are looking forward to the Stanway Rounders tournament.