The seedlings have grown too big for one pot so they’ve now been separated and replanted to give them more space.
This morning Yr1 were asked how they are preparing to continue their learning at home. Their responses are inspiring . . .
“When I am home on Monday, I am going to wear my school trousers to help with my learning.”
“I am going to do my home learning with mummy.”
“My nanny is going to set up a school for us.”
“My mummy is going to wake me up at 9am and do some exercise.”
“Me and mummy are going to make a sign for a school at home.”
“We are going to make an office in the middle of the room.”
“I am going to make a school in the whole house.”
“I could get into my school clothes and do some learning and I will know when the time is for lunch, I’m going to make my house like Maple Cross.”
In year 1 we are aspiring to become more independent within our learning. Year 1 have started to choose what challenge they want to go for next. We are all making sure we are in charge of our own learning!
This term Nursery are being introduced to different types of indoor apparatus in their weekly PE lesson. This week, the children explored the climbing wall. Some found the idea of climbing it a bit daunting at first, but by the end of the lesson there was no stopping them.
This week, year 4 have been learning all about their new Literacy text ‘Leon and the Place Between’. Today, the children had to work in groups to produce a freeze frame, showing Leon’s excitement for the magic at the circus, but also showing the lack of enthusiasm from his siblings who do not believe in magic. We spoke about how they had to present their whole body, rather than just an emotion on their face. They worked really hard to ensure that everyone was portraying the correct emotion of the characters that they were acting as. Well done Year 4.
Looking forward to finishing the half term, following a successful lunch time club run by Ms O’Reilly on a Friday.
Calm club was introduced following pupil voice around lunch time and the club runs every Friday lunch time and is now led by the calm club leaders. This half term they have had shaving foam, play-dough and sensory activities as well as a drawing and reading area.
We are excited to see where this takes us next half term…