School term is looming, as are harvest assemblies, conker battles and fungi forays. The sudden arrival of school term makes you wonder why we expect a clear and definite line between summer and autumn, winter and spring. What curious questions could students ask about the mysterious science of phenology?
Show the Love and Collect Stories for the Tree Charter this February The Woodland Trust are nearing the end of story gathering for the Tree Charter campaign! You have until the end of February 2017 to add your voice to the Charter for Trees, Woods and People to tell us why you value your trees … More Show the Love: Guest Blog
It’s a great tradition to march a group of students half way along Hurst Spit, come rain or shine. The experience of the wind in your face and trudging through shingle is a memorable one. So much so that the concept of a “depositional feature” or “longshore drift” will hopefully wedge in between those physical … More 360° of sky and sea
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Pennington Junior School have taken part in Arts Award Discover at the Shorelines exhibition and created wonderful new pieces of work. In this post we will share the programme which Year 4 and Year 5 took part in at the museum to complete their first Arts Award, as well as sharing a…
It’s the culmination of this year’s anti-litter campaign and poster competition- giving young new forest residents their chance to spread the message to help protect the Forest. Students from primary and secondary schools across the district were invited to design a poster for New Forest District Council, working with the New Forest National Park Authority. … More Look out for winning designs on local recycling lorries