We all had a most enjoyable day Kingston Maurward College, presented by the South Dorset Ridgeway Project Goup. They set up workshops for us to visit, including forest schools, badge making, countryside management, chalk art and birds of the Ridgeway where we met Skye a beautiful barnowl. The weather was wonderful, making for a very pleasant and informative day.
We met Skye, a barn owl
Having a go at 3D bird art
Working with clay in forest schools
Painting with chalk
First we need to scrape the chalk into the tray
Having fun making pictures
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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