Welcome back to another school year and a special welcome to all our new Reception children.
This term our topic is 'Shape.' There will be lots of opportunities to explore shapes all around us.
In Science, we will be changing the shape of water and looking at shapes in nature as autumn turns into winter. There are lots of artists who use shape in their work, so we will have fun trying to recreate some of their masterpieces! In PE, we will be using our bodies to create different shapes both in dance and gymnastics.
We look forward to showing you some photos of some of our work as the term goes on!
Logan is driving the others home.
" I need 4 scoops of mud for my stew."
Kyle is busy washing his name on the shed!
The bug hotel is proving very popular with its guests!
Teamwork in the mud kitchen!
I wonder what you're making Faith.
Logan and Mason cooking a delicious soup!
Our new Reception children have all settled in happily and love our great outdoor learning area!
We have been thinking all about 10.
10 spots for the ladybird.
10 shoes. I hope you gave them back Shahdae!
Different ways to split 10 sweets.
Make sure you check you've got 10 Ryan!
Williamand Aidan love the wooden numbers.
How many candles do we need?
That number matches the number of beads Beatrix - well done!
Helping each other get it right!
" This would be 4 just here."
A beautiful 10 picture Afraya.
Look at some of the fun we have had in maths so far this term!
Who would like to make some vegetable soup in the water try?
Keira busy making her Harvest crown.
" I want to make a red pepper."
Look at our delicious soup that we made.
Most people gave it the thumbs up!
Mason and Jake wanted seconds!
Now we get to taste lots of different vegetables.
Harvest time is here! We have been thinking about different vegetables and cooked some delicious soup with some of them.
We went on a school trip to the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth with Class 2 and Pre school.
We saw so many different shapes and sizes of fish and sea creatures! We also got to meet a mermaid, who was very beautiful and told us a lovely story.
We like to learn by working together!
Helping each other to make mud cakes.
"I've got the one you need."
Making vegetable soup together.
Checking each other's counting.
Trying to free the animal from the ice together.
It's easier with 2 people!
Lots of us melting the ice!
We went on a trip to Hannafore Beach. We were very lucky as it was a lovely sunny day. We had great fun looking in rockpools, making artwork out of things we found on the beach, collecting shells and pebbles to take back to school and litter picking. We are very pleased to be able to say that there was hardly any litter at all on Hannafore Beach. Duffy the Turtle could live here very happily, without any danger of swallowing things she shouldn't. We tried to remember the story of Marina the Mermaid which we listened to at Plymouth Aquarium. We threw shells in the sea to help her.
We followed a recipe to make sand clay.
We needed 2 cups of sand, 1 1/2 cups of flour and 1 1/4 cups of salt. Then we mixed it with some water to make a dough.
This is one of our finished sand prints.
Poppy is busy decorating with shells and pebbles.
" We need 2 cups of sand."
We rolled it into ball shapes.
Some of us made colourful name pebbles.
To make them shiny, we painted pva glue on them.
The sand prints had to be cooked for a long time!
What a lovely pebble you have made Keira!
When we got back to school, we used some of the 'treasures' we had found at the beach to make some lovely hand prints and name pebbles.
Kyle is using circles to make a snowman picture.
Writing Christmas cards for our friends.
Lots of dots to make a snowman!
Aidan, your snowman looks great!
Who is this little elf in the writing corner?
Mother Christmas doing her Christmas maths!
Helpful elves working hard.
Holly's finished snowman is very smart!
More snowmen, brrr, makes you feel chilly!
What a handsome chap you've made Beatrix!
Seb's is a very jolly snowman!
Winter fun and getting ready for Christmas!