In G Block today reception have been using broccoli to paint autumn pictures, they were all awesome! I’m really proud of each and everyone of them! 😊
A huge well done to Pandora who created a beautiful piece of art which links to our Expedition! The time, effort and patience taken is phenomenal!
Well done Oliver for working incredibly hard to produce this home learning. It contains some really useful information about Brazil which links nicely to our current Expedition!
To support our learning about helping our local communities, some of Class 7 enjoyed a visit to Harry Priestley House which cares for adults with learning disabilities. The children made cards and pictures for the residents and sang our crew song, The Climb. The residents were thrilled to meet the children and we hope to visit again soon. Well done boys and girls, we are so proud of our little superheroes!
Today, Year 2 have been thinking about people who might need help or support in their community and this afternoon we have continued being local superheroes by visiting care homes to meet residents and share cards and pictures with them. Some of the children from Class 7 enjoyed a visit to Adeline House and it was really special to watch them engage with the elderly residents and to see the joy they brought to the home – well done boys and girls, you should be so proud of yourselves!
Here is the article in Thorne Times to celebrate last terms learning for ’How do we care for bears?’
Although all of the children couldn’t be in the photograph, we are very proud of each and every child in the EYFS Crew for their beautiful and kind work.
Well done everyone!
This week we are learning the grapheme and phoneme ‘b’. The children have been busy singing B-I-N-G-O, finding objects that begin with ’b’ and having a go at writing it in different ways. Well done, Nursery! We are so proud of you!
Yesterday, the children and Nursery had a wonderful time creating their own woodland trays for their bears to live in as part of our expedition learning ’How do we care for bears?’ The children explored natural objects in our environment to make their trays and drew their own bears to add in. The children even added porridge oats to feed them. Well done Nursery! We are so proud of you for your creativeness, innovation and imagination!
Today, we have worked collaboratively to model how the earth, sun and moon relate to one another. We used torches to explore how the seasons and day/night occur during different times of the day or year. We then presented our models back to the class. Well done everyone – some fabulous new knowledge in action!
We have had a beautiful afternoon in Nursery. The sun was shining and children initiated their own play exploring what it would be like to be builders. The children collaboratively built a road and a bridge then enjoyed using it as an obstacle course.