Welcome back Squirrels for another fun packed term. This term our topic is ‘Fire Fire!’ We are excited that the fire service will be coming to visit us on the 1st October. Here is the curriculum map and homework for this term:
It was Squirrels’ turn to do archery last week. They did brilliantly. We had a story about a castle first, the children were interested in how the moat might be defended. Special congratulations to Arthur, who got an award for independent work at archery.
We have been looking at Life Cycles in science and were very excited this week when the tadpoles hatched. Have a look at the link to see the first stages in their development….. tadpoles
On Wednesday we had the most fantastic trip to Copsegrove Farm in Bisley for some forest school work. This time though, we took Mums, Aunties and Grandmas with us. It was a fabulous day including learning about the fabulous 4 who live in the woods, keeping the badger warm challenge, making plaster footprints and not […]
Take a look at our wonderful miniature circus’ that we have made. They are wonderful. The children planned and designed their circus from the colour of the tent to the performers inside. The children created fire hoops, tightropes and even a trapeze in their designs. We thought carefully about the best materials to use in […]
We enjoyed a visit from Mr Sensible who taught us some fantastic new circus skills. We had the chance to try a variety of tricks including tightrope walking, spinning plates and scarf tricks to name just a few. At the end of the session we shared our new circus skills with a performance to our […]
Remember that homework for this term is due in on Wednesday 3rd April. We cannot wait to see all your wonderful topic work that you have created at home. Please see the link below to view the homework topic grid: Homework_circus Spring 19
Class 1 have been cooking recently. We decided to learn to cook some simple healthy food. When we learnt about traditional tales in English we read the Magic Porridge Pot and made porridge for snack time. In RE we made and shared pancakes one week and Jewish Latkes another. We followed a recipe when we […]
Our school is situated in an AONB, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with several SSSI (Sites of Special Scientific Interest) nearby, the most prized designation for a nature site. Immediately we step outside, we are surrounded by a great diversity of plants, insects and birds. In the evening we can hear owls from the […]
Daisy the praying mantis came to visit our class this week. She was very well behaved! We learnt about insects’ head, abdomen and thorax. The children were fascinated by Daisy and asked a lot of questions.