Today we have had 2 challenges to complete. The first one was taking photographs of things close up and then trying to guess what they were. Can you work any of them out?
Our next challenge was to take pictures of something beginning with each letter of the alphabet. I wonder if you could have a go over half term?
Another fantastic story club this week. We enjoyed reading about Winnie the Witch celebrating the Chinese New Year and we found out about the different animals which represent each year in the Chinese tradition. Chinese New Year is going to be celebrated on 10th February this year and it will the year of the dragon! We also enjoyed making ourselves some Chinese lanterns just like we saw in our story. Well done boys and girls!
If you would like to come along and support our Choir on Monday 19th February, Young Voices adult tickets are still available to purchase online at Ticketmaster!
Use the link below if you would like to purchase tickets.
Another Thursday and another fantastic story to explore! This week we have read Tadpole’s Promise, which tells of the unlikely romance and unfortunate demise of a tadpole and caterpillar.
The children have enjoyed thinking of their own unlikely animal pairing, making use of their new learning about animals from different countries and their habitats. What fabulous drawings to illustrate your own romantic tales, KS1 – well done!
We have had a great afternoon looking at perspective and turning ourselves into giants or ants! Have a look at some of our favourite pictures.
In story club today, we have enjoyed reading the book ‘Lost and Found’ by Oliver Jeffers which tells the tale of an unexpected friendship between a boy and a penguin from the South Pole.
As KS1 are learning about different animals from different places in the world, this was the perfect starting point for us to imagine and draw ourselves with our own animal friend. Children followed the style of Oliver Jeffers and drew themselves with an animal of their choice from one of the places we have studied so far.
Well done boys and girls – a great start to our new after-school club!
Please find the link to sign up for spring clubs:
Clubs are capped and once a club is full, it will be taken from the form. This means, if you apply for a club, your child automatically has a place. You will not receive separate confirmation.
If you are using our sunset club 4pm – 5:30pm and club places (3pm-4pm) have gone, please contact the office.
Should you wish to access our sunset club, you can book by contacting Mrs Fitzpatrick: [email protected] . Please include the following details: name, teacher, any allergies/dietary requirements, days required and a Contact number. Sunset club runs from 4pm to 5:30pm daily at £5 per day which should be paid in advance via ParentPay.
*** if you have more than one child this form MUST be completed separately for each child***