Today, Year 4 have taken part in their first orienteering session by making silly faces!
Once in groups, the children used a diagram to create a silly face using hoops, quoits, cones and bean bags. The objective of the activity was to be able to see the link between a diagram on a piece of paper and something in real life.
Although it took a few attempts to understand the key and the positioning of some of the equipment, the children worked really hard and managed to create their own silly faces.

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