Well done to all the children in Maple Class who attended the Infant Games at Greenfields on Wednesday. All the children were lucky enough to run the daily mile with Courtney Tulloch, the British Commonwealth Games Champion in gymnastics. A special well done to Corey & Violet for winning medals for their team spirit and … Continue reading
Year 2 had great fun looking after Billy on Tuesday. We hope Billy enjoyed his time in Year 2 too.
Year 2 were given a picture of a stone cottage in an enchanted wood along with a picture of a whispering wizard. The children were given the task of writing an opening for their narrative. Their opening had to focus on what the wizard was whispering to them and had to be ten words long; … Continue reading
On Wednesday, we took a team over to Maidstone to compete in a football tournament. Everyone played superbly and we all throughly enjoyed the day! Below are some photos.
All the children in Maple Class have been learning how to use a pencil to create a drawing, by creating an outline & by shading.
Year 2 had great fun collecting woodland treasures this week. They brought their woodland treasures back to the classroom and stuck them on strips of cardboard to make woodland crowns.
As some of the children in Maple Class were feeling a little anxious about moving up into Year 3, we decided it would be a nice idea to spend some time discussing our worries. With the help of the story, The Curious Caterpillar & The Invisible String, we were all able to reflect upon our … Continue reading
Thank you to all the parents & carers that came along to our Express Event this morning. All the children had great fun painting their papier-mâché mini beasts.
We have watched them grow from tiny caterpillars, to large caterpillars. We have seen them form a chrysalis, and watched them emerge as beautiful butterflies. Although we have all become quite attached, today it was time to set them free!
In science this morning we investigated where snails like to live. We collected snails, placed them in the school grounds then observed where they travelled to. We found that the majority of the snails preferred to live in the shaded long grass.