During this week and next week, Mrs R will be in each class working with the children on our Whole School Remembrance Poppy Art Project. Here are some photos from class 4 this afternoon. Many thanks to Sarah Tucker for spending a huge amount of time in school helping to get this ready.
In class 4 we have been using 'I am Cat' by Jackie Morris in our English on a Friday. I was so impressed that someone decided to write her own version at home, not as part of a homework task, but just because she was enjoying the book and wanted to have a go herself. Very ambitious, well done :-) [...]
We have been working hard on our numbers this week! Reception have been looking at adding numbers together using objects and even moved onto partitioning numbers to 10. We looked at how many ways we could split a number up and we all had a go at writing the number sentence! Year 1s have been working hard on their number [...]
When we explained to the children that we wanted them to dip sponges into paint and water and throw them at the side of the Stepping Stone building, you can imagine their hesitant little faces. Naturally, we don't go about our every day business behaving in such a way. However, as Katy Perry so boldly sang once...'You're a firework...come and [...]
A huge thank you to Trevor and his team for their hard work over half term putting together our new outdoor area! All of the muddy grass has disappeared and has been replaced by artificial grass. We've got so much more space to set up activities and the children are over the moon! We had a garden party this morning [...]
Should Theo shout at the boys? Should he shout, or should he lower his voice? Should they move closer so that he doesn't have to shout? After shouting at the boys at the top of the field, should Theo then shout at them again from the top of the field when they've moved to the bottom?? Does the Gazebo get [...]
Classes 1 and 2 had a great morning out at Pickwell Barton. We walked over the back fields and met the farmer Andrew Cook and his son Peter, (both former pupils!) We saw the tiny barley crop with its roots and shoot coming from the seed. Walking across towards the farm we were rewarded with fantastic views towards Lundy overlooked [...]