Y6, follow this link
Find your register number on the sheet – write your name and let me know what you think!
As you know, in partnership with www.dadimas.co.uk ‘Connecting Generations’ and the Maple Cross Student Council, we will be sharing our
experiences, cultures, learning and wisdom, across the generations, through the medium of food.
Everyone is invited to attend as always, but this half-term, we will trial having a focus class who will be given the chance to experience cuisine from different cultures, families or backgrounds.
To begin with:
If you are able to attend, please do join us to learn about what we have in common and what we can learn from other community members who come from a wide range of cultures, ages and backgrounds. We do still have a few slots for someone to share their own special dish that has been important to them growing up: Was it something your Gran always made you? A special recipe from mum?
If you would like to offer to present a dish for a few minutes or to find out more, do drop us a line or come and experience our first intergenerational cultural learning one on the 27th to see what to expect!
I look forward to seeing many of you there.
Ms Trickett and the Nursery class spent time today teaching parents some of the sounds (phonemes) and how to write them (graphemes). This also helped to develop the parents’ fine and gross motor control needed to be a proficient writer. Well done Nursery and well done parents!
After over 2 months in their wormeries, we gave our worms some well deserved freedom today! We put them into the raised flowerbed so that they can get on with creating quality soil, adding their nutrients, ready for our next science project in Summer Term.
Y2, how did it feel emptying your wormery? Do you think we did the right thing? Had the worms changed much?
KS2 Boxing club has come to the end of its first term. Here are some photos of the children in action.
Can anyone remind me the four stages of a Jab?
If you would like to join boxing club for next term, it will be on schoolcomms this week.
Today, to support our learning of ‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff’ some goats and lambs visited our school. We were able to feed the goats cabbage and bottle feed both the goats and the lambs. The children were shown how to hold the goats and the lambs and found out which were heavier to hold. At the end of the visit, the goats showed us how they jumped on to a bridge and we could hear the sound their hooves made!