Year 1 were visited by the NSPCC the other week and the children really enjoyed this song they shared with us. We thought we’d share it with you too… Happy singing and staying safe!
The children all worked so hard last week in phonics and loved working in child led circles to write as many ‘igh’ trigraph words as they could as a team.
Last week, Class 6 had a great time hunting in the quad for different materials. We then looked at them carefully and sorted them into categories of metal, glass, plastic and fabric.
Dan the builder came to visit the KS1 children last week to talk about how houses and other buildings are made. He talked about the different materials needed to create a house and what they were each used for. All of the children and staff loved his visit and found out lots of interesting facts. Thank you Dan for taking time to visit us!
If you can tell your teacher something you learnt from Dan or an interesting fact about materials used to build a house, you will be rewarded with 10 house points!
Class 6 thought of some great ideas on how to stay safe when using the internet and drew some super posters to advertise how to stay safe when online.
Big thank you and well done to our year four children who went to Robin Wood. You all achieved amazing things, challenged yourselves, showed fantastic team work, solved problems and more importantly faced your fears. We are all so very, very proud of you and would like to thank you for an amazing weekend away! Have a lovely half term and enjoy a well deserved rest!
Take a look at our class blogs to see our amazing achievements:
Y4 have had an amazing few days at Robin Wood. We have all worked well working as team and overcoming challenges, we have all had an amazing time.
See you soon!