It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Ash class. The children looked fabulous in their Christmas themed jumpers and accessories. Keep your eyes peeled for ‘Santa’s Workshop’ coming very soon to the role play!
A huge well done to Tanners Football team who beat Abbots Langley School 4 – 2 in a thrilling game. The ball went up and down the pitch and many good shots saved by Luca, who was man of the match!
Excellent displays of football from all the boys – Luca, Joe, Ben Ch, Ben Cr, Harry, Arthur, Connor and Dean. It was really enjoyable to watch.
The corner before the spectacular 4th goal.
A fab save by Luca!
Last Thursday, Y3/4 went to Rickmansworth school to play in the rapid fire 6Ts tournament. In our first game we were so super excited and eager to win we kept running into each other! However, we calmed down in the second game and scored many 4run points. Well done Tanners!! The game is similar to cricket but a lot faster.
There are 6 tees with tennis balls and Otto and Charlie hit them with perfection through the yellow cones. Super score!
Mia and Lily running as fast as they can to score more points.
We really enjoyed this tournament, well played to Otto, Chase, Charlie, Mia, Lily, Luke and Theo. We did really well to come 4th out of 8 teams.
Ash class have been busy exploring distance in maths this week. The children enjoyed taking turns to choose a vehicle and push it outside. They then used steps to find out how far their vehicle had travelled. Why not try this at home? You could measure how many steps it takes to get from one place to another, or go outside and measure how far your child can roll or throw a ball.
Children from all year groups took part in an anti – bullying assembly today, to discuss and consider what bullying is and what we can do as a school to prevent it.
As part of our People who help us topic, Freddie’s Mummy kindly agreed to talk to Reception about her job in a hospital. The children enjoyed listening to a special story about Teddy’s operation, dressing up in scrubs and a doctor’s coat and learning about objects from hospital. Freddie’s Mummy kindly donated the resources to Reception which the children have continued to enjoy exploring in the Role Play Area.