Project ID - TIS001230
Woodland Signs Project - Art project to create wooden boards for woodland area •to create outdoor learning/information/task boards (connect with science project) •to work with pupils to create creative play areas in a woodland – eg mud kitchen, natural block building blocks, painted pebble outdoor games, weaving with natural materials, making music in nature etc


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Project offered at

Abbots Cross Primary School
NEWTOWNABBEY
BT37 9QW

Contact

Sharon Stewart

Student Skills

Creative and artistic working with natural materials

Expected Pupil Outcomes

- pupils working in an outdoor setting - opportunity to apply cross curricular learning in a woodland area - pupils working creatively - developing a sense of wellbeing

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

-working with pupils in an outdoor setting - developing creative outdoor lessons -creating outdoor signs

Extra Information

This artistic project would support our science and outdoor learning project with possibility of students tutors working together

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