The Christmas Fair is on Thursday 19th December. The Wallace and Gromit Café will be open for business!
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In Year 3, the children have been studying fables including The Tortoise and the Hare. At Forest School the Year 3 group began their session hunting for jigsaw pieces that had been hidden by the Year 2 Forest School group. At first, the children dashed around excitedly like the hare from the story but [...]
It has been a busy week at Forest School this week. Inspired by Bonfire Night, the Year 3 and 4 groups have been thinking of all the different reasons why we have fires. Between them, they identified dozens of reasons from cooking and celebrations to making smoke signals and scaring away predators. The Year 3 [...]
This afternoon, our year 3 and 4 Forest School groups visited the woods. They were in search of animal habitats. We thought about the different animals and insects that live in woodlands, what sort of home they may live in and what food they might eat. Dylan suggested that we might find hedgehogs because they [...]
Today we are holding a special event to celebrate and share with parents some of the skills we have been developing this term. As part of our work on Bradford, each child in school has completed a picture of their own house. The art work is now on show in our school art gallery. Here [...]
This week the prompt is a phrase. The phrase you need to include in your 100 Word Challenge is: ……the green shoots could just be seen…………
Each week on the 100 Word Challenge blog, a stimulus is added. The challenge is to write 100 words using that stimulus. It must be exactly 100 words. The stimulus this week is the following picture: Can you write exactly 100 words using this picture?
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The children hopped on our magic tarpet (tarpaulin-carpet) in search of natural materials. In my bag, I had a range of leaves, bark, pebbles and other materials I had collected ‘on my travels.’ I showed the children a piece of bark and asked if they could find some the same. They ventured off and soon [...]
Today at Forest School, we were on the trail of three wormapillars. They had grown too big to live at home, so they set off to discover the world. At first, they felt very brave and grown-up visiting exciting new places. Wormapillars do not have very good eye sight, so they rely on their sense [...]