Puddleducks is developing a forest school area and with Maria Milburn as the lead we are starting to introduce forest school sessions. Over recent weeks, small groups of children have been enjoying Forest school activities. The children have been exploring the local environment and have enjoyed games of '1,2,3, where are you' a game of hide and seek where the children have to use their listening skills as well as looking for their friends.
The children made a tent under the ground sheet and enjoyed playing in the mud kitchen, making grass soup and mud cakes.
The children have been on a nature trail, looking for natural resources and insects. The children have used pebbles for counting activities and natural resources to make pictures. They've also planted seeds, ready to transfer to the eco garden along with peas, french beans and sweet peas.  Little green fingers in the making!
See all the recent pictures in our Gallery.

❄️❄️Puddleducks will not reopen this week. We will be staying closed tomorrow, Friday 2nd March. As the weather conditions are making it impossible for staff to get in and we do not feel it is safe for our children to be walking or to be passengers in cars whilst we remain to have the ‘Beast from the East’ making travelling conditions difficult. We will hopefully be able to reopen Monday, but please keep an eye on Facebook and the school closures website, just in case!!❄️❄️

Stay safe everyone and warm and look forward to seeing you all next week, hopefully!

❄️☃️ Dear Parents, due to the adverse weather conditions forecast this week, we would like to remind you that Puddleducks close in line with Mulbarton Primary School.

To look for closures, please check the council website and we will also keep you updated. Thank you. ☃️❄️