Larch and Kingfishers Classes

We won!

We’re really pleased to say that we won the Countryside education project again, for the 3rd year in a row!

This is what the judges said:

‘Liss Junior School: Pupils from the Resource Provision Unit had visited Wintershill Farm and enjoyed a wide variety of activities exploring many aspects of farming. The project had clearly benefitted from the farm visit, although it was evident, that even before the visit they had begun to explore the world of bees. The project was highly focussed, covering a huge range of topics, across all curriculum areas. The project included making bee life cycle spinning wheels, observational drawings of bees, making a model hive, creating tessellations & mazes, 3D models of bees, cooking project which included honey flapjacks which were delicious, and a large, colourful bee collage that had been made up of individual A4 sheets that made up the whole. The children were incredibly enthusiastic and knowledgeable as they shared
their love of outdoor learning and their visit to the farm. The Junior Category this year has been won by Liss Junior School for their wonderful exploration into the world of bees, which enhanced so many
areas of the national curriculum. They were particularly impressed with the flapjacks and how the pupils had become so passionate about the subject’.

Come and see our work at the Alresford show on Saturday 7th September and watch us collect our trophy!

1 Comment »

  1. Debi Knight Said,

    July 6, 2019@ 10:56 pm      Reply

    Wow!!! That’s amazing. Well done everyone!!

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