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Our Mother’s Day share was a great success, thank you so much to everyone who joined us for the afternoon, the turnout was amazing!
The children have loved exploring the world of superheroes, we have met characters and supported them on their missions.
All of the children looked fantastic dressed up as their favourite book characters. They showed great interest in one anothers outfit choices which lead to some brilliant book discussions. Lots of role play took play throughout the day and we even managed to put on our own production of Little Red Riding Hood.
We had lots of fun learning all about the meaning of Shrove Tuesday. The children were keen to share their pancake experiences with one another, from pancakes falling on the floor to discussing their favorite toppings! We made our own pancake batter, created frying pans and had races, it was definitely a teamwork kind of day!
The children have loved our magical discoveries over the past few weeks, from cauldrons, to giant spell books the children have been so busy acting out stories, creating potions and making props!
We all enjoyed learning about and celebrating Chinese New Year with a real life expert Miss Chun!We made lots of music throughout the week and made up our very own dragon dances. We took on the role of animals and recreated the Great Race as well as practising using our fine motor skills to control chop sticks.
The arrival of a mysterious box and clues got us all thinking… what could be inside? what animals eat fish etc… our detective skills led us to meet a new friend Peg the Penguin!The children had a busy week communicating with Peg and learning all about Antarctica and the animals that live their. We used our phonics to write lists of items we would take on our trip and then used our imaginations to role play our visit!
The children have enjoyed exploring the world of minibeasts and making real life discoveries over in forest schools… Who would have thought of using worms to do maths!We were also lucky to have Mrs Spicer bring in her pet Stick Insects for us to learn about… some of us were keen to take a risk, others were happy to sit back and watch other do the holding!
The arrival of our new blocks has caused a lot of excitement! The children have been inspired to engage in lots of imaginative play from building jails to creating castles and look outs! All of the children and staff would like to say a massive thank you to the PFA for this purchase!