There have been some strange goings on at Tanners Wood this week. A mysterious UFO was spotted hovering above the KS2 playground early last Thursday morning. Since then year 3 have become news reporters and begun to further investigate the event. Shortly after, they discovered a strange green egg in the grounds of the KS1 playground. The egg was empty, but the investigations continue…
Year 1 had a fantastic day today visiting Kew Gardens. We learnt lots more about our Science topic of Plants and Flowers!
Don’t forget to send in all of your books that have been read for the exchange! We are in need of some Year 3/4 level books to any upper KS2 children, have a look at what you have! We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!
We had fun creating our own weather reports for Reykjavik and Abbots Langley.
We finally got to eat our fruit and vegetable kebabs!
In Fir class we have set up an investigation to see if seeds will grow in different conditions. Ask your child about it, they’re sure to update you on our findings!
Apple Nursery were very excited about the Gingerbread Man this week. After hearing the story on Monday, the Gingerbread Man managed to escape from our classroom on Tuesday! We spotted him on the CCTV outside Nursery and began a hunt for him, looking for clues and asking staff if they had seen him. Some children went home looking all over Abbots Langley for him! 😃
Meanwhile we had fun acting out the story, playing with flour, counting and investigating what happens when a gingerbread man is put in different liquids!
Eventually, on Friday we found the Gingerbread Man and enjoyed eating him all up!
Ash class have enjoyed the new ‘Busy Fingers’ activity outside. They have also been outside for some maths this week alongside Beech. The activities completed were; measuring how far a paper aeroplane flew, counting how many cars could be raced down a drainpipe in 1 minute, rolling a movement and number dice and exploring shapes using a range of objects. Why not have a go at home.
Beech class have been enjoying doing our daily mile. They run around the track once or twice depending on how much energy they think they have!