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Class This week we have been working hard with our phonics – we are doing really well and remembering lots of new phonemes and graphemes. At Forest School on Wednesday, we enjoyed making houses for some special visitors. We also made s’mores and gathered leaves, acorns and conkers. We had a walk around the village, noticing familiar places and spotting our friend’s houses. In SCARF we have been talking about feelings – what things make us happy, what can make us feel frustrated or sad, and what can do to make ourselves feel happy again. In our gymnastics session we focused on different kinds of jumping – Kym was very impressed! Well done, Class One, another fantastic week.

Class 1 have had a fantastic week. We all enjoyed our visit from Andy Tooze on Monday, listening to poetry and learning some actions to perform to the rest of school. In Reception, we have been making story maps and performing ‘The Gruffalo’, continuing with our phonics, and carrying out surveys of what fruit people like. In nursery we have been reading the 'You Choose' books, sharing our ideas and listening to our friends. In art, we are experimenting with printing, and have made some great pictures. Well done everyone, a busy week.

from the children

Class 1  “I loved Forest School, we toasted marshmallows and had hot chocolate”.

“I liked doing my Gruffalo picture”.

“I liked going to Forest School”.

“I liked gymnastics and they helped me do a roly poly!”.

“I liked painting, I painted a picture of people singing in the hall”.

“I enjoyed gymnastics and playing outside”.

Class 1 have enjoyed taking part in their online SCARF session, talking all about ‘Happy, Healthy Me”.  We have been continuing our work on life cycles, discussing how some babies look like their parents and others don’t. We have talked about what happens at different stages of our lives. We celebrated the end of a fantastic year of Forest School by decorating cakes and melting them in the oven – they were delicious! We loved watching Class Four in their dress rehearsal – Well done everyone!

Class 1

“I liked going in the woods and playing in the mud kitchen”.

“Going to Glasgow and going in the big, blue spinny house!”.

“Going to Glasgow, I loved the film”.

“I liked the film at Glasgow – I liked when the orangutan snapped the tree!”.

Class 1 have had a very busy week. Nursery took part in their Sports Day – we were all very impressed of how well they did, and proud of all the children who supported and cheered them on. We have been making all sorts of maps, following on from our focus book “Martha Maps it Out”. We have also made some story maps and written some fantastic sentences about them. We continue to look after our tomato plants and beans and are pleased with how well they are doing. Reception are very excited for our Sports Day this afternoon – it could get quite competitive!

Class 1 have had a very busy week. Nursery took part in their Sports Day – we were all very impressed of how well they did, and proud of all the children who supported and cheered them on. We have been making all sorts of maps, following on from our focus book “Martha Maps it Out”. We have also made some story maps and written some fantastic sentences about them. We continue to look after our tomato plants and beans and are pleased with how well they are doing. Reception are very excited for our Sports Day this afternoon – it could get quite competitive!

Class 1 enjoyed experimenting with the Japanese printmaking technique Hapa-zome in the woods this week.  They were delighted to watch the colour transfer to the fabric as they bashed down with a hammer.  They have been growing beans and are continuing to care for their tomato plants and they are excited to see what happens next. 

Class 1 “I liked going on the trampolines at the Sands Centre”.

“I did batting with Fraser”.

“I played cricket with Fraser”.

“I liked the sports we did at the Sands Centre”.

“I enjoyed flower pressing at Forest School – we had to smash the flowers up!”.

“We potted on our tomato plants and are looking after them”.

“We have a new pet snail, we have made shopping lists for what they might like to eat”.

Class 1 have had a fantastic week. We have made the most of the lovely weather by taking our learning outside as much as possible.

The children enjoyed a trip to Talkin Tarn where we continued our learning about seasonal changes and habitats. We were all excited to spot a woodpecker near its nest, as well as a big duck egg. We were lucky to have the chance to help with the beech weaving for the new stargazing pavilion.

Today we released our butterflies! We were very excited to see them fly away – some needed more encouragement than others, but they are all enjoying the sunshine now. We have enjoyed learning about their life cycle and have been doing some writing about them.

We loved our last football session with Nick – it has been great to see Class 1 and Class 2 working so well together.

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