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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.

Class 1 “I loved making pitta pockets at the forest”.

“I’ve had fun playing in the mud kitchen with my friends”.

“Football with Nick was lots of fun”.

“We loved the cricket with Fraser, I can bat the ball really hard”.

“I liked painting pictures with the watercolours, it’s tricky but I kept trying”.

“I like watching the chrysalides. I don’t know when they’re going to be butterflies”.

 

Class 1 have had another very busy week.

In maths we have been practising our number bonds to 10 as well as comparing numbers and amounts – which number is greater or smaller, who has more than or fewer than. We enjoyed playing number track hopscotch.

We are using our phonics to read longer words and are making our teachers very proud with how hard we’re trying.

We were very excited to see that we have one chrysalis – the other caterpillars are getting very big so we are keeping a close eye on them!

We have been sharing coronation party stories and have produced some fabulous writing about the new King.

Class 1 We have had a very busy week in Class 1!

We were very excited on Monday morning – there was a special delivery for us. We all guessed what might be inside and were pleased to discover it was caterpillars. We are now watching them as they grow and are looking forward to what happens next.

At Forest Schools we enjoyed: painting pictures in the style of Monet; using saws to cut slices of wood which we then decorated; making homes for worms and all our usual activities.

We have finished reading The Runaway Train and have been making up our own stories about the Little Red Train.

Class 1 were all very happy to be back! Here are some of our favourite parts of the week.

“I loved the PE with Fraser – wibbling the jelly and running was my favourite!”.

“PE – I liked running around with the ball”.

“Playing in the classroom with the lions and tigers”.

“Seeing my friends”.

“Telling my friends about my holidays”.

“Making our monster truck – I gave it a big toothy smile”.

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