We had a brilliant day yesterday at Sherwood Forest. The children hunted for mini-beasts, seachered for a hedgehog’s breakfast and made habitats for woodland creatures.
What an amazing day at Sherwood Forest for all of our Year 1 children today! We had some super activities making habitats and hunting for mini beasts. All of the children were a credit to GreenTop, well done guys!! A huge thank you to all of our parent/ grandparent helpers for all of your engagement and support.
A great day was had by all!!
The butterflies that we have been patiently awaiting have finally arrived. I have given them some fruit to eat so you can all see them on Monday.
A huge thank you and well done to Bradley for making these delicious mini-beast biscuits.
Jacob took part in Saith’s Under 6 rugby match and got a medal for playing so well.
Well done Jacob!
This afternoon, Class 6 mixed, kneaded and constructed some headgehog shaped bread. We all had a wonderful time. They are currently baking in my oven and making my kitchen smell beautiful! I can’t want for us all to try it tomorrow with some butter and jam!
Thanks to Harry for awesome photography and capturing me in my element!
Well done to you all for following the instructions so well! 🙂
Thank you and well done to Kacper for bringing on these delicious homemade mini-beast biscuits as part of his theme homework.
A huge thank you to Thorne Times who came down to report at our ‘We love Thorne’ digital brochure launch event. The digital brochure can be found on the school website and a hard copy can be purchased through Patent Pay and picked up from the school office.
Ryan, Brooklyn and Oliver have been very busy at home this weekend making some awesome mini-beast biscuits! They look amazing and taste even better! 10hps to each of you!
Mrs Hay 🙂
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.