Monthly Archives: September 2015

A fantastic forest adventure!

This morning we had a fabulous walk through Salcey Forest together. On arrival, the birds were singing, the sun was shining and the children were bursting with excitement. We had great fun splashing in the very muddy puddles and most of the children didn’t even mind when the water went inside their wellies! We ventured to the top of the Tree Top Walk and marvelled at how high we had come and how far we could see. 

Once back in the car park we sat and had a drink from the cafe and spoke about how lucky we had been with the weather and then the heavens promptly opened! 

Another lovely outing for Wiggins Class. 

   

Hanging on to the summer!

What a gorgeous morning we had in Abington Park today. The minibus journey alone always yields a wealth of speech and language and today was no exception. The children chatted excitedly with each other in anticipation of what we would do at the park, ideas ranging from seeing bears to climbing trees! After collecting leaves, sketching, coming within just a few steps of dozens of squirrels, doing impressions of the peacocks and exploring the sensory garden, the children played happily on the roundabout, slides, climbing frames and swings. 

All the staff agreed how lucky we are to be able to share such lovely times with our fabulous children in Wiggins Class.