Minibeast Topic Day
We thoroughly enjoyed our minibeast topic day. We all came to school dressed up as our favourite minibeast and learned a poem about the minibeast that we had dressed up as. Lots of us were really brave and recited our poems to the class. We did lots of minibeast activities including making worm jelly, making our own minibeast masks and finding out and writing some facts about our minibeasts. We linked our topic day to healthy eating and made a Very Hungry Caterpillar fruit salad. We talked about which of the foods the Hungry Caterpillar were healthy and which were not. To end our fabulous day we said goodbye to our butterflies and let them go in our new quiet area at the bottom of the playground.
Happy Easter to all of our wonderful children and their families.
Mrs Bourne and I hope that you all have a wonderful Easter and enjoy the holidays. Well done to all of those children whom entered our Easter competition. The winners in Hedgehog class were Betsy and Harrison. We hope you enjoyed your Easter eggs :)
We had lots of fun during our Medieval Day. We all came to school dressed as Kings, Queens, Knights and Princesses and enjoyed lots of activities throughout the day. We enrolled in Knight School and had to complete lots of challenges to ensure that we all graduated as knights at the end of the day. We all completed all of the challenges with flying colours. We designed and made castles, make our own crowns, tested Merlin's Magic Potion, learned how to use a sword and shield, learned a Medieval dance and even had a horse race! Have a look below at some photos of what we got up to.
World Book Day 2021
We all had lots of fun during World Book Day. Have a look at some of our photos below.
Our Home Learning Jan - March 2021
All of our amazing home learning during Lockdown! Mrs Borune and I are so very proud of each and every one of you for how you have handled this lockdown. We cannot wait to see you on Monday :)
Children's Mental Health Week 2021
As one of your activities for Children's Mental Health Week I asked you to draw a picture for your friends in Hedgehog Class. Something to make them smile and feel yellow inside. I have turned the pictures that you did into a little video. I hope you enjoy watching it :)
World Nursery Rhyme Week
This week we have celebrated World Nursery Rhyme Week. We learned a new Nursery Rhyme every day and did lots of exciting activities. We rounded off our celebrations by coming to school dressed as a Nursery Rhyme character and learning the associated Nursery Rhyme. The children had a lovely day and enjoyed sharing their Nursery Rhymes with each other.
Anti Bullying Week 2020
This week we have been taking part in Anti Bullying Week. We came to school wearing odd socks and talked about what this might mean. We talked about the importance of celebrating each others' differences and then created our own pair of odd socks to help us remember this. We also thought about what it means to be a good friend and the characteristics we would want in a good friend. We turned our ideas into a good friend wreath. We also thought about online safety and what we can do if we see something online that we don't like. We learned The Funny Tummy song to help us remember.
The children have really been enjoying our Welly Wednesday sessions. So far we have hunted for signs of Autumn and made Autumn suncatchers which are hanging in our outdoor area and made leaf people.
We have enjoyed our topic day. We threw a birthday party for Kipper. We made decorations, decorated our party plates, made some party food and played some party games. Have a look below at some photos from our day.
Supporting your child's learning at home
Remember to read at least five times a week and to complete the weekly reading homework task. Record these on your home reading record sheet. Reading books should be brought into school each day. Reading books and home reading record sheets need to be brought into school on Friday, so books can be changed and children can receive their Read 5, High 5 sticker for completing their reading homework.