Year 1’s class trip to The London Wetland Centre was an amazing success. The children had so much fun learning all about different birds and ducks. They loved walking around the marshes, playing in the adventure playground and even met Father Christmas!!!!
In DT Year 2 designed and made habitats linked to our learning on Living Things and their Habitats in Science.
Yesterday we had a fun day of Easter Celebrations in the Nursery. The children talked about why we celebrate Easter and what they like about Easter. They enjoyed trying hot cross buns and were very excited to look for eggs with their names on in our Easter egg hunt!
Here are some photos from the day:
On Monday we had some very special visitors in the Nursery! A corn snake, tropical toad, hissing cockroach, scorpions and a lovely rat called Pinky who was scared of the floor.
The children really enjoyed handling the animals and finding out about them. They asked the animal handler some fantastic questions and they were very gentle with the animals.
On Monday Reception went on a trip to Brixton Windmill.
We took the number 37 bus and really enjoyed looking out of the windows looking at the places we were passing.
Dejuan and Preston looked for different shapes.
Rithanna spotted Clapham Common.
Hal noticed we went the same way he goes to get home.
When we got to the windmill we learnt about how corn is turned into flour using a big stone called a millstone. We also helped to tell the story of The Little Red Hen.
We all got to go inside the windmill and have a go at grinding corn using the millstones. It was really hard work!
We also each made our own little book of The Little Red Hen story.
James – “My favorite bit was going upstairs in the windmill.”
Yma – “I liked learning about how flour is made.”
We had a fantastic day! Thank you to all the parents who came on the trip with us!
Year 2 have started celebrating Shakespeare week by acting out A Midsummer Night’s Dream. What do you think Puck is up to?
Last week as part the world book day celebrations Reception took part in a drama workshop. We went on an adventure into space and played a trick on the evil space commander who had been causing lots of trouble.
Year 2 had a great time celebrating World Book Day this week! Everyone put so much effort into their amazing costumes! Which characters can you spot in the picture?
Reception have been very busy this term!
Our topic this term has been Traditional Tales.
We went on another trip to the library to celebrate Hat Day. We listened to stories about hats and wore some very funny looking hats.
We read the story of The Gingerbread Man and tasted some gingerbread.
“It tastes yummy.”
We read the learnt the story of the Little Red Hen and even made our own bread just like the hen.
“It’s so sticky”
“It looks like slime”
“It tastes super-duper yummy!”
We also went on a trip to St Anne’s Church. We met Father Gordon and learnt all about the different things in the church and what they are for.
Next term we will be continuing our topic of Traditional Tales beginning with The Enormous Turnip. We are looking forward to lots more fun activities.
This week we have been reading the story of Noah’s Ark. The Nursery children had a message from Noah to ask for some help building an ark for the animals.
Here are some photos of the children hard at work in Noah’s workshop and some of their amazing creations!