Robin Class had a great week this week!
We got to spend lots of time outdoors. The children really enjoyed Sports Day on Monday and Forest School on Tuesday.
This week Robin Class and Goldfinch Class went on a great walk around the village. We went to try to spot as many of the scarecrows as we could. The children were really excited to spot them all around the village and we even got to visit the winning scarecrow, the BFG!
The children then drew their own amazing pictures of scarecrows when we returned to school.
This week we have been learning/reviewing some key maths skills. The children love using hands on resources to complete their work.
This week, Robin Class thoroughly enjoyed their first week of Forest School. They explored the Forest School area and got to use a drill to make their own badges.
We also continued the learning in the classroom, focusing on Summer. We discussed what happens to trees in Summer and the children created their own Summer trees.
Robin Class have had a fantastic last week of this half term. They have really enjoyed returning to some normality! Some of the children have eaten in the canteen for the first time and they have also had the opportunity to enjoy playing on the school yard and trim trail at lunch.
Here are some lovely photos of our week.
The children were very shocked to see this week that an ogre was sighted in our school and destroyed our classroom! They have been very excited to write instructions to catch the ogre.
No matter what the weather brings, we always like to get outside and enjoy being outdoors.
The children have been really excited to see the growth of our plants. Before the Easter holidays, the children worked together to plant a variety of seeds and with lots of care and sunlight, the plants are now beginning to grow.
Over the last few weeks, we have been looking at the theme of ‘Forces and Movement’ in Science.
Following our new learning about forces, we also created some beautiful artwork.
Robin Class have really enjoyed our new class story Rapunzel. Following this and to celebrate the queen’s birthday this week, the children have been really excited to build their own towers and castles.