We loved the sensory flour pigs and house that Miss Hothersall created during class time.
In Chestnut class we have been reading the story of the three little pigs. In art we then created their houses using straw, pretend sticks and bricks and matched the pigs to their houses.
In maths we have been working hard on our numicon targets. Some numicon shapes were hidden in glitter snow and we had to search through the snow to find each numicon shape and say which number the numicon shape represented. By the end of the lesson it looked like the classroom had been hit by a…
This week Maple Class have been reading the traditional tale 'The Three Little Pigs'.
This wet Friday morning we decided to put our aprons on and get arty.
Some children made straw houses, some made stick houses, and some painted brick houses.
They all look fantastic and will make a…
Yesterday in B4L the pupils were continuing to develop trust, openness and sharing. They used the 'Blob Tree' to communciate in a non-threatening environment how they were feeling and share experiences with each other in the group.
We are very proud of the B4L pupils and the support they show…
After a relaxing week off, we’ve started by looking at the celebration of bonfire night. We’ve enjoyed reading the story of The Sparks in the Sky; we tasted foods we might eat on bonfire night, we dressed up warm in woolly hats and we watched videos of firework displays from around the…
Maple Class have had a brilliant first week back at school! We thought you might like to read about what we will be getting up to this half term.
This half term we will be reading traditional tales, focusing on The Three Little Pigs, Jack and the Beanstalk and The Gingerbread Man. We…
This week as part of our Topic work we made our very own sparklers!
We used a variety of materials including lots of lovely shiny glitter, and we all couldn't wait to see the finished results.
Once we had finished making them we listened to firework songs and waved our sparklers in the…
Chestnut class painted red poppies for all the people who helped us a long time ago.
What great adventures we had today as we became Superheroes!
We flew through the air,, watched through binoculars and made lots of notes!
Welcome Back Everyone,
I hope you all had an enjoyable half-term break, after an 8 week first half-term it was much needed. We had some very tired pupils and staff who were all ready for the break!
During the break we had hoped the planned replacement of the outdoor classroom would take…
INSET and INSET Days – What’s it all about?
INSET stands for “in-service training”, and all schools have five INSET days each year Schools close to pupils on INSET days, but staff attend. Sometimes they can seem a bit mysterious to families and to pupils, so I thought in my blog this week I’d…