Let’s find out what our amazing children have been up to this week:
Nursery have continued to learn about growing this week, concentrating on flowers. In English, the children listened to ‘Fran's Flower’. From this, the children drew a flower and then traced it. They then painted it and added collage materials to their masterpieces! In Maths, the children have been ordering numbered flowers in the correct order from 0 to 10. The Mickeys are getting really good at recognising numerals! They also used cubes to measure different length flowers. Outside, the children planted their very own sunflower seeds and all could say what a seed needed to grow. Well done Mickeys!
This week, the children in Reception have enjoyed reading ‘Jack and The Beanstalk’. In Forest School, they have planted beans, using different materials to plant with and even placed their beans in different locations. The children will be watching closely to see where they grow best! The children were very excited when they said they could move like a Giant, using large movements and stilts to help. This helped the children when they came to write a character description of the Giant.
It’s been a strange week in Year 1 this week as the Year 1 children arrived in school to discover that their classrooms had been turned into forests! They really enjoyed having the opportunity to explore their new leafy environment and even spotted some wildlife! From this, the children have been generating adjectives to describe what they saw in preparation for writing setting descriptions next week. In Maths, the children have been learning about division and have been sharing objects into equal groups. The Dinosaurs have been getting very musical in the afternoons! They have been using a variety of different instruments to create sounds relating to a variety of different animals!
CONGRATULATIONS YEAR 2! Every single Incredible has completed their special Maths and Reading SATs. To say we are proud is an understatement. It’s lovely to see the children applying all their skills and knowledge that they have learnt from September. They have also had lots of exciting Science and Art lesson all based around the Twits. And let’s not forget the amazing Twits party to celebrate completing SATs! Lots of eyeball cakes, worm biscuits with popcorn as snacks and learning lots of fun tricks. Make sure you practise your tricks on your grown-ups at home!
We hope you enjoy your weekend.
Very best wishes,
Mrs. Moran, Mrs. Brandrick and Miss Simpson