Planting wild flowers

The children have been planting wild flowers to encourage bees and other insects to visit Windsor.

Our friendly robin came to visit the cabin – one child pointed out ‘the robin have no hair!

The children noticed how many leaves had fallen and   picked them up and tried to put them back on.

When the leaves start falling ….

Autumn 2 Newsletter

Autumn 2 parents letter 2019

We love outdoors in Autumn

The beauty of leaves

The children went out exploring across the field today – so many of the trees are starting to lose their leaves – they loved rolling in them and collecting different ones to make crowns

Collecting sticks

The children love sticks – this week they have collected some to use to make bug houses. They had to find sticks that were the same length as their fingers. They also went back to the sunflower head. Lots of the seeds have been eaten. Look who was there when the children arrived!

Beyond Windsor – look what we found

Nature is absolutely fascinating

Look how interested the children are in the wonder of nature – outdoors provides the richest real learning environment

WINDSOR OUTDOORS!

Visitors are always amazed at the outdoors at Windsor – we describe it as the best kept secret in Parkfields.

Here are just a few photographs to  give you a little glimpse into why children love the outdoors so much and how much learning happens day in day out …..  naturally!

Newsletter – Autumn 1 2019

Autumn 1 newsletter 2019
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