Thankfully the rain stopped just as we went out to Forest school today and we were able to enjoy some mud sliding, as well as beginning some Christmas crafts. Thank you for kitting the children out with wellies, it is so helpful.
Year 3 Tigers have had a great day dressing up as heroes and villains!
We have participated in hero and villain camp and have taken part in tests of agility, intelligence, bravery and accuracy as well as the test of physical strength and endurance!
We practised acting out different scenarios…
A busy Forest school (as ever). Today we looked at the fruits of the forest and found haws, sweet chestnuts, acorns and walnuts. They may indeed have come with pockets full! We also made spy glasses, hunted spiders, den built, slack lined, built a nest and quite a lot of other things, as the…
Making dragons eyes from clay in Year 2
For our geography fieldwork we have been thinking about which location in our school grounds would be best for creating a wildlife garden. One of our fieldwork activities was to collect different habitats, find woodlice, leave them over night and see which habitat suited them the best. After 24…
Year 2 writing our own version of Jim and the beanstalk.
Throwing powder paint to celebrate Holi
This was us investigating which material is best for a bouncy ball
Making fire in forest school
During our Online Safety Day we looked at a recipe for a safer internet.
Tower building - can we get as high as the Lighthouse in Grace Darling's Story?
This week we have been practising our descriptive writing when describing these Christmas scenes.
We used a variety of different tools to help us prepare our fruit salad - grater, peeler, juicer knife, spoon and chopping board but most of all we enjoyed eating it!!