Pupils flourish in their Forest School

By Jill Dando News

Pupils flourished in their first Forest School lesson of the new term

Pupils at St Anne’s Church Academy in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset asked a whole host of questions while enjoying the Forest School.

They completed a blindfold trail and explored the beautiful scenic surroundings with activities, adventure and team work.

Teacher Cat Hockey said: “It was a a brilliant afternoon back at Forest School with some great questions from our children: 

“One asked ‘I wonder why elderberries are so small?’ while another asked ‘What is moss?’. Another said – ‘We can’t wait for next week!’

The school has have an array of after school clubs including the Gardening Club and a Well-being and Community club that cares for the environment. 

St Anne’s Church Academy is a high achieving and happy caring school.

It is the first school in North Somerset to receive the highly prized Social Media School Award.

It is part of The Priory Learning Trust.