Healthy snacks!

Alicia did a great job of identifying vegetables she could include in her salad wrap. We talked about why it is good to eat a balanced diet.

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Eco Club - Bee conservation

Eco club have been learning about biodiversity. We have talked about the importance of bees and how we need them to pollinate our plants. We decided to create a conservation area and we sowed wild flower seeds. We will water and watch our flower grow over the coming weeks.   

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ECO Gardening KS2

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Fair Trade

Can you spot the Fair trade logo it’s green blue and black on items in the super market or at home?

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Eco/ Gardening club

We have been learning facts about Stick insects and why they are an important part of the words eco system. We even got to look and hold PCA's very own family of Stick insects currently living in our sixth form. 

 

 

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ECO Learning outside the classroom KS2

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Uniform Swap Shop/ Big Switch Off!

As part of their ASDAN communication and Life skills, 5H have done a great job of sorting the uniform out and are looking forward to helping our parents. 

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Sixth Form

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Uniform Swap Shop

Our official Uniform swap shop has launched today! Come down to the school hall to purchase your second hand uniform.

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Saving Electricity

4S have been out and about around school this afternoon trying to save electricity. Ellie is very good at finding lights that are on and turns them all off.

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Sixth Form Stick Insects

Our Sixth form students have been making an enclosure for our new residents, Stick insects! Kindly donated by Myerscough College.

We will be learning about habitats and how insects have a huge part to play in biodiversity and the eco systerm. 

We are very excited to care for and watch them…

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KS5 Sixth Form Learning outside the classroom

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Under the sea

5H have been learning about animals that live under the sea as part of their college course at B&FC.

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Sixth Form

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Life cycle of a ladybird

KS5 found the whole life cycle of a ladybird in the Foresf School. We identified the pupa, the lavae and the ladybird. What an exciting find!

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Sixth Form

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Fair Trade cakes

To take part in fair trade fortnight pupils from KS3 have been busy making fair trade rice crispy cakes. They have used the traditional way of melting their chocolate on the hob. 

Well done everyone, can't wait to try them! 

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KS3 Fair trade

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KS3 Helping nature

Pupils in KS3 are taking part in the RSPB's Wild Challenge. Their first challenge is to take part in the Big Schools Bird Watch. This afternoon we have been making bird feeders using apples, twigs and sun flowers. We then put them up around the forest school.  

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ECO KS3 Learning outside the classroom

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