James sent in some photos of his phonics practice with Duplo. Thank you James!
James has sent us some lovely photos of his bug hunt.
James found a few bugs & discussed with his Mummy and Daddy where they found the different ones – ladybird on a twig, woodlouse under a rock/brick , worms under plant pots.
When they came back inside, he looked up the woodlouse to check the name & talked about its features as well as the other mini beasts we found.
James then drew each one we found & his Mummy helped him to sound talk & label them. He wanted to also make them in card so he could play with them & he had the idea to make the habitats for them! He made each as we’d found them so on a duplo twig, under a brick /cushion & the worm under its ‘plant pot’!
We researched and talked about why they might like these particular habitats – relating it to what they need/eat etc. James could tell his Mummy and Daddy about it afterwards, what a woodlouse eats etc.
He really enjoyed doing this today! & learning outdoors is always nice 🙂
During lockdown, the Callaghan family have been helping out with the chickens. They sent us some lovely photographs which they would like to share with you all. Thank you Evelyn, Seamus and Angus for sending us these photographs – looks like you are working very hard! Hopefully see you soon x
Base 5 had an art project to create a colour wheel. Maisie is very proud of hers and wanted to share it with everyone.
Well done Maisie – good work!
Here’s a few pictures from last week’s Fitness session. Miss Oliver ran her first Moorfield Mile with Base 5! The children did an excellent job as usual and are all well on their way to completing the Moorfield Marathon. Mrs Harvey is really pleased to see the children’s fitness levels improving week after week.
Ho Ho Ho, Merry Fitness!
From Mrs Harvey and Base 5
While the Juniors are eating their Christmas dinner, the infants are busy enjoying a Christmas Picnic in the classroom.
There was a very festive atmosphere in the classroom.
Mrs Hill apologies that some of the photos are almost identical, but we wanted to make sure everyone got in on the act!
Merry Christmas Everyone!
While the Juniors had their turn for Christmas lunch, the infants all had a picnic in the classroom!
Because of COVID restrictions, we can’t sing our usual Christmas songs, or have a nativity in school.
This doesn’t mean that the children are missing out completely on Christmas though.
Base 8, our Year One class has learned to sign ” We wish you a Merry Christmas” and we wish to share it with you all.
Merry Christmas – get ready for cuteness overload!
On Friday 13th November we celebrated the Hindu festival of Diwali in school. Here are a few of the things that Reception got up to, including making Diwali sweets, modelling diyas (small oil lamps), making garlands and Rangoli patterns and decorating the home corner for the festivities!