Kesha found a ladybird in our outdoor area today. During sharing time she told the class how she’d been a ‘Curious Cleo’ looking at the ladybirds wings and spots and how it walked on her hand. There were lots of children looking at her ladybird.
Our day at Cannon Hall Farm was truly amazing! The children were an absolute delight to take and represented Green Top beautifully. They found out lots of new facts about farm animals and came back ‘hooked’ by their new them. When we talked about our favourite part of the day, many children enjoyed the pigs, reindeers and feeding the goats. But above all the favourite part of the day had to be the ‘Sheep Race’.
Here is Mia with her hands full of food ready to feed the goats.
A very excited birthday boy Elliot and his friend Georgie in the first barn when they saw the pigs and piglets.
Damion looking at the pigs from the balcony viewing area.
Lola brought 2 Robin’s nests into school today. She shared them with class, explaining where she had found them and lots of facts she had learnt at home.
Oliver has also been enthused by our new theme he brought his farmyard tales book from home and one of the shorter stories in the book was called ‘Scarecrow’s Secret.’ Lots of children in class 2 then went away and wrote their own secrets for the scarecrow.
The children have had an awesome day and enjoyed our immersion in our new classroom. We are excited for more learning tomorrow… Trip day Wednesday – you might need your wellies the forecast is a wet day! 🙁
In class 2 and 3 we have already been hooked by our arts week activities. This morning we made a giant mondrian picture using our bodies and large sheets of paper. We have read about Piet Mondrian and how he used black lines and bright colours to create his pictures.
Letters have been sent out for the Cannon Hall visit after Easter. If you are interested in being a parent helper on the trip please see Miss Salter. Please be aware this will be on a first come first served basis.
Thank you for your attendance at parent and child celebration of learning conferences this week! It was fantastic to see your childrenconfidently talking about their own learning and how they could improve. I hope you enjoyed it as much as the children and I.
Today we held our ‘Celebrating Children’s Learning Event’ for EYFS and KS1 parents. It was great to see the children leading their learning conversation. Thank you to all the parents and carers who attended today.