We hope you enjoyed our version of A Christmas Recipe. Here are some cast photos.
Posts byJulie Churchill
In our Year 1 Maths lesson we have been developing a secure understanding of the value of each digit in two digit numbers. If you would like to try a place value challenge at home have a go at this! Use two of the numbers below to make a number greater than 50. Use two of the numbers to make a number less than
Fred came to visit us on his birthday so we threw him a party! First we wowed him with our sounds,then we each decorated a biscuit before everyone dressed up and had a dance.
It was so windy this week that lots of small branches had fallen off our Willow trees. We decided to collect them and make them into Christmas wreaths . It was quite tricky but they looked great decorating our Willow tunnel. More photos of our activities can be seen in our Forest School scrapbook in our classroom.
As part of this terms topic “Let’s celebrate”we have been learning about Diwali. We learned about Rama and Sita and made Diva lamps like the ones that guided them home in the story.
In Hedgehogs class we learned about why people wear poppies in November. We made our own stained glass window poppies with tissue paper. They looked very special on our classroom window with the light shining through.
In the Rabbits’ class we enjoyed collecting lots of fallen leaves. We used the leaves to make a maze.
A big hello from the new members of our school council. We are looking forward to helping Mrs Hodkinson make decisions about our school.
The Owls class have been harvesting some vegetables from around the school grounds.
At the end of this terms’ topic,”There’s no place like home” we enjoyed designing and making homes out of junk.