Today in English we looked at The Highwayman. In groups, we made freeze frames of different verses of the poem.
We are really pleased with the progress made in the sensory garden. We now have a music station using recycled palettes and kitchen items; herb planters using recycled palettes; flower planters using recycled tyres; a raised bed using recycled play equipment and the beginnings of a Bug Hotel using recycled palettes. We now need soil,… Read more »
The children have been thoroughly enjoying the Big Sing workshops with Amy every Monday! They have gained so much confidence as you can see. There is just one workshop left before the big performance on Wed 21st March at St. Nicholas Church. Remember to buy your tickets as soon as possible to see the rest… Read more »
Today we had a great lunchtime playing table tennis!
Today we though about our Mums and carers and looked at the real meaning behind Mothers Day. We wrote thank you messages to our Mums and attached them to daffodils.
Thank you for joining us for the Mother’s Day lunch! We hope that you enjoyed it as much as we did! A big thank you to all the lunch time staff for making this event possible.
Today we acted out the story from the Bible – The Parable of the sower. We thought about the meaning of the story and how we can live a good life and grow strong like the seeds in the field.
Today we had our last Body Care session with Paul and Amanda. We had great fun and have learnt lots about keeping healthy!
This afternoon we have been demonstrating how pulleys can reduce the amount of force needed to pull objects. We managed to pull Miss Mansell’s car through the use of a pulley system and saw how ratio affects the distance travelled. So if you ever break down, you now know who to call (just make sure… Read more »
Today in collective worship we made lucky red and gold money envelopes. We wrote good luck messages to our friends. We also had fun finding out what Chinese animals we were according to our year of birth. We are rats,tigers,rabbits,dogs and even Ox. No wonder we can be so noisy!