In Literacy we read the story of the Little Red Hen and we made our own bread to taste! It was so yummy we decided to use the flour to bake some other treats too. We made chocolate concrete and chocolate cake. Thank you Mrs Cook for helping us!
We really enjoyed this activity on Friday! Do you like our number blocks?
The children loved dressing up and talking about their outfits! We also love a good excuse to talk maths! Well done to the EYFS winner Lauren our ‘Tick Tock Talking Clock’. Not only did she have an amazing costume but she also spent the day drawing lots of clocks and talking about her work!
We had great fun today looking at everyone’s 100g collections! This led to lots of mathematical discussion!
Tomorrow’s maths challenge is to send in a photo of numbers you find around your home!
We baked some yummy bread to spread the love for Better World day, the children loved it and it was delicious!! Well done everyone!
Big shout out to these children in Crew Wallace who took part in our daily maths challenge and a huge well done to all of the children in F2- we had some fantastic conversations around this today! Well done all!
This afternoon we had a wonderful time learning how to play some farm related games. We practised taking turns and using our memory. It was lots of fun!
This Friday, Friday 30th April, marks the beginning of the Captain Tom 100 Challenge which will continue until Bank Holiday Monday 3rd May.
The family of Sir Captain Tom Moore is inviting the world to take inspiration from his famous 100 laps around his garden to celebrate Tom’s life, his generosity of spirit and the hope and joy he brought to millions.
YOU can join this celebration and take part in the Captain Tom 100 by setting yourself your own challenge based around the number 100!
Let the number 100 be your inspiration and do something amazing, whether it’s..
100 Star Jumps
100 laps of your garden
100 minutes of gaming
Baking 100 cupcakes
Singing for 100 minutes.
We would love to see lots of you taking part and taking lots of photographs of your challenges. Please send any photographs or videos to [email protected] so we can celebrate your contributions on the blog.
Here is a video with more information about the fundraising event.
Click on the link below if you would like to donate to the Captain Tom Foundation:
I can’t wait to see what you achieve in your challenges!
Ian’s Farm will be visiting school tomorrow! Thank you to all of those parents who have already paid for their child’s place. If you haven’t yet paid £5 on Parent Pay, please do so before tomorrow.