We had a fantastic trip to Roves Farm on Thursday. We had such a lucky day: the sun shone down on us, we saw twin lambs being born and we saw some butterflies dancing in the fields. The children collected eggs from the hens and we learned that eggs are not chickens’ poo! (Last week […]Read More Roves Farm
We had a special assembly in our classrooms for Comic Relief. Here are our Stars of the Week.Read More Comic Relief
Thank you so much to parents for supporting this super day at school. It was wonderful to see all of the children so comfortable and happy in their costumes. In the morning we imagined what stories would be like if characters from different stories were in them. We started off by creating a story involving […]Read More World Book Day
In science we have been thinking about what animals are. Some of us have been surprised to find out that we are animals. We went on an animal hunt in the Year One play area. Sadly we didn’t find a jaguar! Nor did we catch a squirrel or a bird but we did find a […]Read More Are we animals?
Recently, in maths, we have been representing numbers in different ways such as on dice, fingers, tally charts, dots and tens and ones. This is a key part of maths learning – being able to break numbers into the correct number of tens and ones helps with further calculation work and shows a fundamental understanding […]Read More Representing numbers
Last week we investigated how much water needed to be added to sand to make the perfect sandcastle. The children worked so well in their groups and shared the jobs between them. There was careful measuring, stirring and patting and much pride in our finished sandcastles. Then the children showed the results in a bar […]Read More Sandcastles
I know this is a little late, but I wanted to share these pictures from the Christmas party.Read More A slightly late Christmas Party Post