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Class 1 have had a fantastic and busy week! Their highlights were:
I've loved doing lots of Easter things and making my easter bunny. I liked making my pace egg at the forest, it had a nice pattern. I liked cleaning out the stick insects - they have really sticky feet! I loved cricket with Fraser. I loved the egg hunt at the forest. I'm really looking forward to my holidays!

Class 1 have had a fantastic week. We have enjoyed sharing our recipes from home and are looking forward to making our recipe book. At forest schools we were explorers, looking for different habitats and talking about who might live there. We also made pancakes on the fire, they were delicious! In SCARF we have been learning about money - how we get it, why we need it and how we can look after it. The children enjoyed visiting our shop and spending their pennies wisely. Today we have made the most of the sunshine - making obstacle courses, building castles and making mud cakes. We even found a ladybird!

Class 1 had a fantastic trip to the woods this week - it was a beautiful spring day with lots of exploring, climbing, creating and baking campfire bread. We noticed lots of signs of spring. We had another great cricket session with Fraser, with the children showing lots of perseverance. For World Book Day we shared the story 'Anna Hibiscus' Song' which is set in Nigeria . We researched what kinds of animals live in Nigeria, then did some brilliant drawings to share with the rest of school. We have continued to read traditional tales during story time. This week's focus book was Little Red Riding Hood. Another busy week!

Class 1 We have had a fantastic week back after the half term break. The children have been busy reading 'The Billy Goats Gruff' as we will be focusing on traditional tales over the next few weeks. They have enjoyed joining in and performing! In Maths, Reception have been working hard using their knowledge of doubles. This has been quite tricky but they have all persevered. We have been noticing signs of Spring, with lots of children spotting daffodils, crocuses and lambs. Reception loved their walk to Gracie's farm and have talked about it ever since. In PE reception had their first cricket session with Fraser, while nursery have been working on their core strength. Well done, everyone!

Class 1 have had a fantastic half term, working well and achieving so much. We are very proud of them all. Here are some of their highlights for this week:

Playing with our friends.

Learning about different animals, I love cheetahs and tigers.

I liked painting my clay face.

Reading 'You Choose' with my friends.

Doing lots of drawing.

Class 1 This week in Class 1 we have been continuing our learning about 'Who Helps Us'. In our SCARF sessions we have shared ideas about staying safe, we have made some special posters to help round school.

In Reception, we have been using our clay techniques to sculpt models of our faces. In phonics we have been working hard to chop up and read longer words - we are doing really well! In Maths we have been investigating length and finding different ways to represent 6, 7 and 8. We had a fantastic football session with Paul and Haydon - their football skills are really coming on.

In Nursery we have been telling the story of 'Little Red Riding Hood', using puppets and remembering the key parts. We have looked at mass and balance, making ourselves into weighing scales to decide whether something is heavier or lighter than something else.

Class 1 were very excited by the snow, we enjoyed exploring outside and investigating how we could rescue our toys from the ice. We have been learning about staying safe - in Nursery we have been reading 'Rosie's Walk' and making warning signs for her, and in Reception we have talked about how we stay safe inside and out. In Reception we are writing our own versions of our text 'Star in a Jar' - we have worked really hard with sounding out and letter formation. We all loved our pirate football with Haydon from CUFC, everyone is putting in such a lot of effort, well done!

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