We have been using the text What Makes Me a Me? As a stimulus for our literacy teaching. Here is a video of us performing the text using the text […]
We wrote and performed a poem about families using Talk For Writing
There was lots of empty plates at dinner time today. The children in chestnuts class enjoyed staying for their first school dinner.
It’s been the first day at school for many of our children in the Acorns and Little Acorns classes. They have settled well and enjoyed exploring their new classrooms and […]
The children in chestnuts class have all settled well and are enjoying exploring their new classroom.
As part our Nemesis Project we have been visiting Cherry Trees Residential Care home. The children and residents have thoroughly enjoyed it and we look forward to visiting again next […]
We had a wonderful trip to the Rotherham Transport Museum.
We have been looking at different house types. We practiced writing our names underneath the house that we live in and talked about the most/least popular. Most of the children […]
We have been using the Green Screen in ICT with Mr Clarke. In Friday’s session, we are going to be using the Green Screen to perform ‘The Tiger Who Came […]
We have had a wonderful afternoon in FS2 and have created some fantastic pictures based on our Literacy Text ‘The Gruffalo’s Child’.
The children in Reception had lots of fun last week at the Bonfire Party! We collected sticks to make a fire, made a Guy Fawkes, toasted delicious marshmallows on sticks, […]
We had an amazing P4C session this week discussing the concept of flying. The children listed things that could fly and we grouped these into two categories, wing and no […]
In Chestnuts this week we have been exploring colour mixing. We learnt about Primary colours and mixed them together to make secondary colours.
We have been reading the book ‘What Makes Me a Me?’ by Ben Faulks. We created a text map together and thought of actions to go with the text.
This morning we went on our first welly walk. We found lots of mysterious bones, a spooky skeleton and a book called ‘Funnybones’ which we will be using as a stimulus […]