Forest School Spring Treasure Hunt with lots of tree climbing!
Class Trip to Blackpool Zoo.
We are weather watchers! Making windsocks and rain guages.
Using everyday language about money when we paid for our tickets in pennies.
Akaal-Roop's mummy came in to tell us all about their religion, Sikhism. They shared some gifts with us afterwards to celeebrate Guru Nanak's 550th birthday on the 12th November.
Stay and Play. Our adults came into school to find out how we learn our phonics and how they can help us to become super readers! We showed them all our lovely continuous provision too!
Fun in our mud kitchen! It stimulates creativity and imagination, providing an enriching learning environment for practising role play.
We 'visited' the Pudding Lane Bakery and baked bread! We practised using g and kg to weigh the ingredients.
A terrific time at Turton Tower!
Forest School Fun. Year One practised measuring in centimeters and Reception were using their careful counting skills and number recognition.
Maths! Each day we are learning to count out and write a different number. Today we learnt number 4!
Reception Stay and Play - The children were excited to share their learning with their adults!
Every Thursday afternoon we have French with Madame Russell!
Reception Children on the train
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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