Wow! What busy but fantastic afternoon! Thank you to all the parents and grandparents who came to enjoy our afternoon of craft and planting.
The children had a great time planting cress and broad beans, making foot print butterflies, drawing giant bean stalks and drawing mini beasts with oil pastels.
This week has been ‘Hook Week’ and we’ve all loved making crafts to decorate and immerse our classroom for our theme ‘What’s living at the bottom of the garden?’
We can’t wait for our family learning session tomorrow afternoon to make even more exciting decorations and craft. We hope you can join us!
Here are some of our children making paper plate mini beasts yesterday.
Alex came to visit us yesterday from Hays Salon in Hull as part of our Aspirations Week. Alex talked to us about his childhood, schooling and how he came to be a successful hairdresser and business owner. The children loved his visit and were inspired to write many facts about Alex, his salon and his life.
A huge thank you to Alex from all of Year One for coming to visit us.
We have been so busy in Class 6 exploring different ways to measure length and height. The children have used standard and non-standard units to explore this. The children loved drawing around Mrs Langton, Mrs Hay and Mrs Stone to investigate how tall they were.
I wonder…can you measure your own height and write it in your homework book for an extra 10hps?
On Friday, we celebrated St Patrick’s Day by finding out how St Patrick’s Day is celebrated. We had a class quiz and made some shamrock crafts!
I wonder… Can you write down a fun fact about St Patrick’s Day in your homework book for an extra 10hps?
Mrs Hay 🙂
Class 6 have had 2 lessons this week on how to tie our shoe laces. We have found this a little tricky but we have all been a ‘Stickability Stan’ and we won’t give up! If you want to practise more at home, you will be awarded with 10 house points.
Mrs Hay 🙂
Don’t we look BOOKtastic? We are having a fabulous time all dressed up as our favourite characters.
WE LOVE WORLD BOOK DAY!
A huge thank you from us to Mel for coming in to visit us today. Mel shared with us some of her father’s professional art work and showed us how to create some illustrations. She even created us a drawing mascot who we gave the name ‘Marshmallow’.
Before Mel left she asked us to look carefully at Vincent Van Gogh’s 1888 ‘Sunflowers’. This afternoon, the children loved recreating drawings of sunflowers in vases.
Thank you Mel for being such a great inspiration to our children.
See you soon!
Oliver has once again been doing some fantastic home learning over half term. He has explored Thorne and taken photographs. He has then compared his modern day photographs to old images of the same place. If you would like to take a look at Oliver’s home learning, it is proudly displayed in our classroom. Well done Oliver!
Faith has been so so brave over half term after several visits to hospital. Here is Faith with her bravery awards. Well done Faith for being a superstar! I am very proud of you!
Mrs Hay 🙂