Monthly Archives: June 2015
Great to see so many parents after school sharing Science learning with their children. Slime, chocolate, parachutes, lava lamps and more!
A lovely morning in reception weaving with natural looms, solving problems with the towers of Hanoi and painting Native birds.
The children collected so many eggs from the chickens today that we made some delicious scrambled eggs at the end of the afternoon.
Whilst catching our breath after an energetic run around the field during our Year 2 PE lesson we had a quick ‘nose and natter’. We looked at the sky for a few minutes then discussed the answers to questions such as ‘what shapes can you see in the clouds, which way is the wind blowing, where do we think the aeroplane is going and why are those birds flying together?’
It is amazing how we all saw different shapes in the clouds.
We had 90 Year 2 children in the forest during the afternoon and they kept busy making families of mud hedgehogs, varnishing their bird boxes, finishing the bird perches and creating nature art. We were very proud of their fabulous behaviour and teamwork.
The children in Year 3 continued to build their forest shelter today and got very messy! They also worked really well together to make mud faces, pies and cakes.