We used Google Earth to look at our planets; we used the satellite pictures to find our school. We used the iPads to explore Google Earth for ourselves before creating our school from blocks. We then took aerial photos to compare the different views.
Cherry class enjoyed being a pirate for the day, we followed a treasure map around the garden which led us to some pirate booty! We found some gold doubloons and some piratey words, we spent the day making pirate ships, walking the plank and having a few ‘pretend’ sword fights! Ahoy there m’hearties!
Cherry Class enjoyed creating snowman from sticky marshmallows! A great way to end our current topic!
This week Cherry Class have been reading Lost and Found, we had great fun testing our ‘materials’ to find out which was the best for a boat. We tested plastic packages, paper and thick card. We decided that plastic was the best material to make a boat from as long as it didn’t have a … Continue reading
We had a great time creating our sock dragons, we loved listening to a favourite story, “There’s No Dragon In This Story” and using our sock dragon to help the dragon in the story!
The children have been keen to spot our elf Elvis, his visit began on Monday where we found him in a Christmas tree with a special letter from Santa. Elvis brought some Christmas decorations, the Christmas tree and an advent calendar full of little surprises for each of the children. Our tree looks superb; we … Continue reading
This week is road safety week. Oak class will be finding out how to keep safe when crossing the road and walking near roads. All the children from nursery to year 3 will be bringing home a reflective snap band or a zip clip to make sure they can be seen as the evenings get … Continue reading
We took part in Race for Life, we all looked amazing and walked around the course together. We cooled off after with a lovely ice lolly!
Just look at how busy we have been in Cherry Class, we have been learning lots about Africa, we have learned lots about their animals and the Maasai people. Our home learning projects of Maasai people’s homes are amazing! We are only half way through the term; I wonder what else we will learn?
We enjoyed seeing all the different crazy hair do’s today, ranging from unicorns to multi coloured Mohawks!