Larch and Kingfishers Classes

River studies in Selborne

The Upper School went to Selborne this week. They were looking at the river flow through the village. The children carried out some investigations on the river flow, which direction it went and how fast. They used the equipment to take various measurements.

They also took part in some fun woodland activities. This included making a ‘woodland’ giant Jenga game! Finally, they walked the ‘Zig-Zag’. This is a historical pathway that was cut into the hillside by Gilbert White and his brother in 1753. Take a look at our photos…

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