associate artist Gabrielle Fry :: Sounds in Nature Workshops

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Ringstead Bay: http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=29196
Building a beach shelter (1:57min.)
Children from Dorset Beach School building a shelter on the beach at Ringstead Bay to protect themselves from a windy summer’s day.

Ringstead Bay: http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=29197
Sounds of the shore (1:24min.)
Children from Dorset Beach School recording and talking about the sounds of the waves landing on the shore at Ringstead Bay.

Ringstead Bay: http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=29198
Seaweed stories (1:60min.)
Children from Dorset Beach School share their seaweed stories with the rest of the group after finding various types of seaweed on the beach, using magnifying pots and books for research. All the children are sat in the shelter they have built to learn about their findings.

Ringstead Bay: http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=29200
S’mores by the fire (1:37min.)
Children at Dorset Beach School learn how to be careful around a fire pit and how to cook marshmallows over a fire at the beach. The marshmallows are then squished in between two biscuits like a S’more, a traditional evening campfire treat!

Thorncombe Woods: http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=29320
Storytelling around the fire (2:11min.)
Children from Dorset Forest School tell stories around a fire in the woods, based on the clay animals they have made. Other children cook marshmallows.

Thorncombe Woods: http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=29321
Crunchy footsteps (1:09min.)
Children from Dorset Forest School walk through the woods pretending they are animals and record their footsteps on the leaves and twigs along the path.

Thorncombe Woods: http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=29322
Fence Percussion (1:26min.)
Children from Dorset Forest School create ‘fence percussion’ and record the sounds of tapping and scraping a wooden fence with long sticks.

Dorset Beach School is part of Dorset Forest School. http://www.dorsetforestschool.org/

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