Oak Class have been busy over the last two weeks making the most of the warm weather. We have enjoyed our sticker chart rewards: exploring the woodland area, exploring the adventure playground, or cooking. We have also enjoyed taking maths outside going on a hunt of beanstalks and measuring them with cubes. We even spent … Continue reading
As part of Sports relief day the children in Oak class collaborated to build an obstacle course in the garden. We had great fun practising our balancing and jumping!
Oak and Cherry Class had a wonderful time celebrating the end of our current topic, Do cows drink milk? A big thank you to all for joining us with our scarecrow making activities, I think you will agree they are fabulous scarecrows!!
On Monday Oak Class made fruit ‘wands’ for this term’s Engage event. We learnt about lots of different types of fruit as well as getting to try them 🙂
Oak Class enjoyed eating lemon and sugar pancakes today.
Oak Class had a very busy third term. Have a look at the photo collages to see a snapshot of what we have been up to 🙂
Oak Class have been exploring technology as part of this term’s theme: ‘Can I Switch It On?’ We have spoken to our friends at Milton court via Skype, explored education city on the school iPADs and learnt what a typewriter is through reading the book: Click, Clack, Moo. We all tried our best to … Continue reading
In art art club we dew around our arm and hand and painted in brown to create the trunk of a tree. We then use out fingertips to create the leaves of the tree.
Mrs Teague was surprised to find Oak Class’s Christmas tree wrapped nicely for Christmas… Who could have done this?
On Tuesday 18th October at 9am I will be running an informal session for Early Years parents, to introduce the “Tapestry” on line learning journals that we use in the nursery and reception classes. If you have any questions or you are unsure of how the system works, then please feel free to drop in … Continue reading