Apple Nursery loved exploring their new classrooms and meeting their new teachers in Ash and Beech class today.
Year 3 and 4 were lucky to have Game On come into school and teach the skills needed for rounders and then participate in a game of rounders. They had a fantastic time, even through the hot weather!
KS1 got together for an afternoon of fun sports. It built upon their sports day skills!
In RE we are hearing a range of different religious stories from a variety of different religions. Today we heard the story Prince Siddhartha and the Swan, which is a Buddhist story about caring for animals. We made posters about how we would care for animals.
The children also learned how to clean their teeth correctly using the giant set of teeth and the enormous toothbrush
The Early Years Team would just like to thank all the amazing parents who have given up thier time and donated plants, seeds and pots to help us develop our vegetable garden. It’s looking great and we have planted our radish, spring onion and runner bean crop. We still need donations such as herbs, compost, ceramic planters and any other plants and gardening supplies. Thank you again!
We are reminding ourselves of how the story begins before we start retelling the story. We’ve got off to a brilliant start!
Holly Class had an exciting morning learning new skills and a new game.
Larch class took part in a light and dark science workshop today. We shared our prior learning on light and dark and were taught even more engaging scientific information! Children were able to make a kaleidoscope to show how light reflects off mirrors, go into a pitch black tent to see what happens to our eyes, as well as make finger puppets to show how objects block light and make shadows. Ask your child to explain how the sun, moon and Earth work together to form day and night!