This week in forest school the children collected 271 conkers! We counted them and it took a very long time so we grouped them into tens and counted again. This was much quicker!
I enjoyed running up the ladder because I like running. Xian
That day I won a medal. My favourite part was bouncing the ball. I liked bouncing it up and down. Cora
In PE we are doing yoga. I like yoga because it is really relaxing. Last lesson it made me feel much better.
Yoga is really relaxing. I like doing ‘Yogi Say’s’, you have to remember the different positions, that’s really hard but fun.
Today was our first Forest School session with the pre-school. We learnt how to carry small and large sticks safely, how to begin a den and which areas are safe for us to use. Enjoy the pictures and don’t forget to read the children’s comments below. Then display the attached pictures followed by the childrens comments below:
I liked playing in the puddles and my boots got stuck in the ground – Alex
I liked building the dens and exploring all the sticks. They have yellow bits on them – Sabina
I liked playing in the mud – Rory
I learnt that you put the sticks between the twigs in the tree so the big sticks can stand up – Ruby
I learnt to make mud pancakes – Eli
I learnt that when you find bugs don’t keep them in the magnifiers – Isabelle
I learnt that when you hold a stick you don’t hold it up high, you drag it carefully – Poppy
Wednesday 18th December was a super, fun-filled day as we received a visit from Father Christmas who gave every single pupil a wonderful Christmas present for being so good and working so hard all year. We all thanked Father Christmas and gave him some chocolates and some carrots for Rudolph to keep them both happy on their long journey. We also had an amazing Christmas party which was crammed full of party games. It was a great way to end the term.
On Wednesday 11th December the children of Fleggburgh Primary School amazed their proud families with a fantastic performance of Gnome Alone. All the pupils had a least one line to say, which they all delivered clearly and loudly, and the singing was wonderful.