Mrs Yassin teaches Emerald class on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Miss Swinson teaches Emerald class on Monday and Tuesday. The support staff who work with Emerald class are Mrs Theobald, Miss Stephens and Mrs Eagle.
In RSHE we have been looking at how to stay safe in the sun.
We had a wonderful sports day where everyone did their best and took part in a range of races. There were lots of our values like courage, perseverance and compassion being shown during the morning. Well done all.
Some of the school represented us at the U.E.A cluster sports and they did incredibly well. We won a staggering 17 medals! We are incredibly proud of every pupil that went.
Year One and Two have been creating a talking book of their own favourite story that they can share with others. We learned how talking books differ from paper-based books, how to record our voices and how to create our characters to use in our stories. We thought they were great and we hope you do too!
We have been finding out about habitats and carnivores, omnivores and herbivores. We have written recounts of the day and made collages of our favourite animals. Can you tell which animals we liked best?
In RSHE we have been looking at different people and how they help us in the community.
In science we have been scientists learning about animals. We have been finding out if they are mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish insects or birds. Alongside if they are herbivores, omnivores, or carnivores.
In art we have been artists in the style of Vincent Van Gogh. Focusing on using a pencil for sketching. We used his own art work as a reference and sketched in in our sketch books.
We have painted in his style and had a go at making a 3D clay picture using either Sunflowers or Starry Night as our inspiration. Iria said, “I chose the sunflowers because I like the sun.”
Through play Reception have been exploring how Bee-Bots work. They have been learning how to move the Bee-Bots in different ways to better understand the controls.
This week we had, ‘don’t bump my nose’ races to see who could get the closest to, but not hit, the wood pile. Great fun was had by all!