We had a very exciting visitor on Friday. The Junkman. He let us be really loud and make lots of music, using lots of strange instruments. The flipflopaphone was a favourite by many! We learnt that you can turn anything into a musical instrument and all of us can be fabulous musicians!
The children in nursery, reception and key stage 1 had a visit from the “Mr Junk Man” on Friday. He brought in lots of instruments he has made out of junk materials and we all had great fun creating music as part of an orchestra.
Oak class are loving their newly decorated book corner and are enjoying spending some of their child initiated time looking sitting quietly and looking at books. Even the adults love it too!
Oak Class had so much fun getting messy on Friday! They showed great expertise in completing all their challenges.
Well done Lauren Bond, Oak class nominated her for being the class ‘best friend’ and she recieved a certificate and trophy at the Beverley Fisher Memorial Service. Keep up the good work next year Lauren!
Oak class have ended their first year at school in style with a bouncy obstacle and water slide afternoon and a party. Well done Oak class for a fantastic year, you have all worked so hard and been so well behaved, you deserve all the celebrations you have had this week.
Oak class and Nursery children had a surprise visitor last week, Renzo the bearded dragon! He felt very much at home and was quite happy to walk around our classroom and all over the children. The children were very sensible and were able to touch him and even pick him up by themselves if they … Continue reading
On Thursday 3rd April Cherry and Oak class had an end of term treat. We watched “Frozen” and all had rainbow ice lollies! Thank you to all the parents who attended our sharing sessions this term and for those who took part in the silent auction of artwork which helped us to pay for our … Continue reading
Oak class had lots of fun celebrating pancake day by having Pancake P.E. where they had to balance a pretend pancake whilst moving in different ways around the apparatus. When we got back to class we wrote about our favourite pancake toppings, then after all that had work we were very lucky to cook our … Continue reading
In Oak class the children are all very excited that Daisy and Maisy are now laying eggs! On Friday we were lucky enough to have collected enough eggs to cook Scrambled eggs on toast for our snack time. The children all said they liked it and wanted to make more things with eggs. We will … Continue reading