Meet Bob, our Class scarecrow. Why don't you go for a walk in Winscombe and see if you can spot him?
What a fantastic "Danceathon" for Sports Relief. Thank you Mrs McCarthy for the Zumba moves!
We have had great fun on World Book Day. We really enjoyed sharing our bedtime stories with our Reading Buddies.
We are really enjoying our daily mile. We are running laps of the playground and adding up how far we have all run. As a Class we have already run 10 miles in one week.
We had such a lovely time sharing our stories and Jambo song with our parents and grandparents. Thank you so much for coming.
We had so much fun in PE using all the apparatus to practise our climbing, hanging and jumping skills.
We have created some wonderful African collages. Can you spot the African animals?
We are learning a traditional African song from Kenya. It is called 'Jambo' which in Swahili means 'Welcome'.
We have had a wonderful morning in our traditional African workshop. We played African drums, learnt an African Dance and dressed up in African clothes.
Our traditional African Dance
We are really enjoying reading the story of 'Handa's Surprise'. We have been tasting the different fruits and thinking of ambitious adjectives to describe them. We then decided which fruit we liked the best.
As part of science learning, Sophie's dad came in to talk about us about his job as an Ambulance Technician. We learnt about the equipment he uses and we had great fun being bandaged.
We have started learning about toys. We had a lovely time sharing our toys with our friends. We asked each other questions and then went on to do some fantastic writing.
Mr Sapsford visited our class to tell us all about the trees we have growing in the school grounds. He showed us the three little saplings that have been planted and we learnt all about how they will grow.
We enjoyed a fantastic morning at the Thatcher's Orchards. We would like to say a huge thank you to the PTFA for providing the money for the coach and to Emma Cox at Thatchers for organising a wonderful morning of activities.
We have taken the seeds from the apples we collected last week. We have planted them so we can grow our own apple trees.
We learnt all about growing apples and tasted some apples and apple juice.
We helped Chris, the Orchard Manager, pick the apples and put them into the trailer.
Chris showed us the tractor he uses to pull the trailer when it's full of apples.
We had a lovely walk through the orchards and enjoyed splashing in the muddy puddles.
Ms Reece from Churchill Academy has been teaching us a Woodland Animal Dance - we are rabbits.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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