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Relief for the Reids !!!

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Aww thanks goodness xx

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4 days ago

On Tuesday we will be at forest school to paint the reception area to the main classroom also erecting our tree house in the play area. IF YOU ARE FREE AND WOULD LIKE TO HELP...PLEASE COME ALONG AND JOIN US. We will be there from 9.30 to 4.00pm even if you can only do an hour or so all help is much appreciated and we will give you as much tea, coffee and biscuits you want. 😊 ... See MoreSee Less

I will come, see you then ☺️

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Who can tell me who this belongs too
One for the children, where is this in the forest?
Morning, who knows what I turn into

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Is it a Hawk moth?

1 week ago

An elephant hawk moth??

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We found 1 in our garden Sunday

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Crocodile

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Way out of my league!!!! I was going to say butterfly! 🤦🏻‍♀️x

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3 of them stripped every fusia in my dad's garden last week within 24hours....big buggers, beautiful moths though! Called elephant moths cause they rear up and look like an elephants trunk as a defence mode

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Mark Anthony Stangroom

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2 weeks ago

Eaglescliffe Forest School shared LittleThings's video.

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With expressions like these, this little girl's has a future in acting. Adorable! See more at littlethings.us/popular

Steph Clark

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It’s Thomas!!! 😂😂

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If you look really hard you may see the Buzzard flying over my head yesterday

First of all, I thought it was rhe cloud shape you were referring to, then I zoomed in and spotted it !!

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Hope everything went well Maxine and you are now recovering at home

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Saturday was our last Party of the summer. Noah had lots of fun games and Den building before eating hot dogs and s’mores. Lovely to see one of our regular forest school children enjoy the fun of forest school with his family and friends
Thank you to all our visitors over the last year, it’s been great fun and educational too. Some of our Messy Play children are moving on to nursery, hope you have a great time and that the staff take you outside to explore. It’s been lovely having my old school back at the forest and look forward to more students in September.  We have so many regular children attending different sessions on a regular basis and have made some lovely friends along the way.  The parties have been great fun and we haven’t had a weekend without a party since February which is how we like it.  Sorry we have no sessions over the summer and thank you for your understanding and good wishes , see you all in September and Hudson says woof woof see you at Messy Play xx

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Have loved our sessions learnt loads and achieved lots xx

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Hope all goes well Maxine xx

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Good luck Maxine

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Best wishesMaxine xx

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Hope the op goes smoothly Maxine and you are soon running around in the forest sans stick x

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Lily has loved exploring the forest from being a baby. She will miss it and all of you lots. We will be back for plenty of visits though. Take care and thank you for everything. xx

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Good luck Maxine. We've loved coming along on a Tuesday. Michael says hello to Hudson x

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Hope to see you in September! Xx

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I look forward to forest school every week and I know the children feel the same. Being outside in the fresh air and having the freedom to look, smell, hear and touch nature is just lovely. The kids learn so much from being in the forest and playing together. Hopefully I’ll be back in September with my new class! X

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Well done Maxine, hope you can rest for a few weeks X

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What age is the messy play from please? Xx

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Eaglescliffe Forest SchoolSunday was Alex's party in the forest, we found lots of dinosaurs and even an dinosaurs nest with an egg in it. Lots of fun making dinosaur pictures on the forest floor and den bulding was fab and we didnt get wet when Maxine through water on our dens. We are all getting hungry now.

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Alex’s Birthday cake

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Yesterday was Lillian’s Unicorn Birthday party in the forest following the Unicorn trail and den building followed by hot dogs and s’mores.  Glad you all had fun x
A fun packed day of activities with the children from Belarus

Eaglescliffe Forest SchoolAs always we had lots of fun packed educational activities with these gorgeous children from Belarus. We look forward to next years visitors, I think next years will be our 19th year of having the Chernobyl Childrens Life Line visit us. Thank you for a day of lovely memories x

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Our last Messy Play until the 4th September so we went on a treasure trail to find Pirate Jacks, we found flags, 👁 patches, hooks, swords, pictures of pirates and then the treasure was found but the gold was hidden in the water beads which were great fun.  Some of our children are starting Nursery in September and today was there last day at Messy Play, we will miss you but wish you all the best.   Thank you Bella for the lovely card, no surprise that you used sticks .

Mark Yorke

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Best wishes to all who are starting Nursery school in September. It has been lovely getting to know you all x

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Is messy play not on at all over the summer? Xx

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No we are closing the site for the summer as I am having surgery next week and won’t be fit until September x

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4 weeks ago

Eaglescliffe Forest School shared Deep Look • PBS's video.

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These pocket-sized predators are formidable hunters. But when it comes to hooking up, male mantises have good reason to fear commitment.