Our children learn essential navigation skills including being able to talk through their journey from school to home, use a map and compass and plan routes.
Our children in Years 5 and 6 have been using compasses and instructions to navigate their way around and find the 9 clues to where their prize of Easter Eggs were stashed. They really enjoyed their challenge and found it quite tricky
Years 3 and 4 have been finding clues associated with the Story Moon Man. After they found them all they had to rearrange the letters to find where their prize was.
Years 1 and 2 have been searching for clues associated with the story The GRUFFALO. Once they found all the clues they had to spell out the word to find their prize
Our Year 5 Geocaching at Gibside as part of their LSCA Award
Our Year 6 children have been Geocaching at Gibside as part of the Life Skills Awards
Our children in Year 5/6 have been Geocaching around Gibside using GPS equipment, working towards their Life Skills awards
Year 1 and 2 Learning to Observe the World Around Them at Wallington
Year 3 Learning Simple Map Reading at Gibside
Year 4 Working Towards Silver Award - Learning to Read Compasses and Follow Bearings at Cragside
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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