The early risers enjoyed breakfast served from the Shack. All the children behaved exceptionally well and a good time was had by all. Such amazing children!
Year 2 celebrated the end of KS1 with a BBQ, games, toasting marshmallows on an open campfire & by sleeping under the stars last night. They made memories that will never be forgotten and what an amazing experience they all had!
Today, during our R.E. morning, Maple Class discussed what it means to love and to be loved. We also thought about what the word ‘belonging’ means. After discussions we drew what love looks like.
Year 5 combined nature and maths this afternoon when carrying out some investigations outside on the field and in the woodlands. They proved harder than the children first thought- especially trying to find a right angle in nature!
Final preparations have been underway today, thanks to Mr Wrigley, for the Year 2 BBQ & sleepover this Friday! We are all so excited and are counting down the hours.
Year 6 had a fantastic day today with Mrs Hughes whilst cooking lasagne pockets. They looked and tasted delicious!
Oak class had fun on the field this afternoon when Mr Summerfield and one of the year 6 pupils came to visit us. We played games that helped us practise throwing and catching and also counting! Thank you Mr Summerfield and Madi!
Today we went on an animal hunt to see what animals we could find in the woodlands and on the field. The children marked off each animal they saw in a Tally Chart and then created their own pictograms.
Year 1 had some different Reading Buddies this afternoon: year 6 children. We all had a lovely time reading and listening to stories.
Well done Lucy for being our ‘Star of the Week’. Praise also to Oliver, our Maths Master & Anthony our Writer of the Week.