TT Rockstar Day! Please watch the video to see us 'Rocking Out' to I love Rock n Roll!
We had a lovely time at our Harvest Stay and Play. Our teachers were very proud of our performance in front of so many grown ups! In Reception class we raised £77 for new small world toys, thank you so much for your contributions. We enjoyed doing the craft activities with our grown ups and can’t wait for you all to join us in our classroom again.
This week we have been learning about Paddington Bear. We found out that Paddington Bear loves marmalade, so we decided to make marmalade toast! We really enjoyed the taste of it. Today, in Literacy, we wrote our own instructions on how to make marmalade toast.
Sophie in Year 1 wrote a letter to the Queen during the 6 weeks holiday and received a letter back. Sophie brought this in to school to show us. We loved the letter from the Queen so...........
Yesterday we wrote a letter to the Queen. We discussed how we would send the letter to her and decided Mrs Johnson wouldn’t allow Miss Harrison to nip to London and take it, as she is needed in the classroom. We thought maybe we needed to post it.
This morning we had a walk to the Post Office to buy a stamp and post the letter. We can’t wait to hear from her and get the answers to our questions.
This week we are learning about Goldilocks and The Three Bears. We added lots of different ingredients to see which we liked the best. Such as; syrup, jam, cinnamon, banana and plain. We all voted by putting our name card by our favourite porridge, Banana was our favourite and cinnamon was our least favourite. For Maths we made a tally chart to count how many children voted for each ingredient.
Please meet our class pet, Bolt. He is a Giant African Land Snail. He has grown lots of the summer holidays after staying with Miss Hudson at her house. He likes to eat lots of different fruit and vegetables, his favourite is cucumber and fish flakes! Today we took him out of his tank and gave him a warm bath.
We have really enjoyed our first day in our new class. Our teachers have been very proud of the way we have settled in and made new friends.
Over the next few weeks we will introduce our Rainbow Challenges. Each week there are up to four coloured sticks to collect. This could be anything from building a den, to acting out a story with friends. Once children have completed all the Challenges they can write their names and put them in the Rainbow Jar for a chance to be picked at random to get a prize on Fridays.