Year 4 have been recording video of our wildlife visitors on our site. We laid footprint traps and PIR cameras around the site. The results are below. One of the children, James D designed his own website with evidence from his own camera that he shared with us – well done James for taking such […]
The year 3 children from St John’s School Kingston enjoyed the second of their Forest Schools up at Kingston University. One of the benefits from using the University site is that the whole class can be together on a class topic session.
We are proud to have been awarded a grant by the Institute of Physics for our renewable energy project. We will be placing two solar panels and a wind turbine on the roof of our learning cabin to provide power and lighting inside. The project will be set up so all the children can see […]
We received 420 trees from the woodland trust to plant a new wildlife corridor around the green space at St John’s School. The saplings included native hazel, crab apple, downy birch, hawthorn, holly, goat willow. All of which will create the new hedgerow for wildlife to live in and move safely around our site. All classes […]
An exciting day for us today as we let children and parents know about our new new outdoor plans for 2020! St John’s school is developing an OWL curriculum. The curriculum will be introduced in January 2020. Rest assured, Forest School will continue as part of OWL at St John’s, with sessions becoming available for […]