KS1 were so excited to take receipt of their Summer expedition final product … a set of round-the-world Top Trump recipe cards!
Our expedition explored the question, ‘what does the food we eat tell us about the world around us?’.
The cards look fantastic and we are only disappointed that we can’t share them with you straight away due to the number of KS1 children currently self- isolating. With this in mind, we will launch the product when we return to school in September and offer everyone the opportunity to purchase their very own set.
We hope you have had a wonderful Easter break, managed to enjoy some sunshine and eat lots of chocolate!
Here is the Summer Term Homework Menu for our new expedition. ‘What keeps the farmer busy from dawn until dusk?’ We are all so excited to begin this expedition and we hope you will enjoy the challenges we have set for you to do at home.
If you would like to know more about our upcoming expedition learning, narrative, overview and schedule please view through our expedition site. This site will be added to throughout the term as the children learn, play and develop their skills.
Have a very happy Sunday!
From the EYFS Team.
Well done to Eli for helping his Dad make his favourite dish for his home learning challenge this week. It looked absolutely delicious and I bet it tasted it too!
Thank you to Mrs Wooldridge who brought in lots of delicious fruits for the children to taste today. The children loved trying some new foods and talking about where in the world they have come from.
This week we have been learning about Diwali and how it is celebrated.
We have been enjoying having crew discussions and creating Rangoli patterns.
I wonder if you can tell someone in your family something you have learnt about Diwali in Nursery this week?
As the weather is changing and there is now a nip in the air we would like you to learn how to put your own coat on and zip it up. We know this can be tricky so we would be so impressed if you can do this yourself! Simply show us in nursery that you can do this and we’ll get you a tag for our reward tree!
We made straw houses from the story of The 3 Little Pigs out of dried spaghetti. The children thought carefully about what length of spaghetti they needed to cut to fit onto the house template.
Well done Class 3 & 4!