Last week Reception went on a bear hunt at Nell Bank. We had a lovely day searching for bears, pond dipping and mini beast hunting. We are now looking at some non-fiction books about bears and we are going to make our own information books all about bears. We were wondering if you could help us? Do you know any interesting facts about bears that we could add to our books?
Year 3 are learning about rocks and soils in science. Can you name any rocks that you know and what they are used for?
Most of the eggs have now hatched and we have 8 fluffy chicks! The children in Foundation Stage are really enjoying watching the chicks grow.
We haven’t named the chicks yet, so would really love your suggestions, what do you think would be good names for the chicks?
Today in Foundation Stage we had a surprise visitor. Duck,from the story The Odd Egg, sent us a special parcel. In the parcel there was a batch of eggs.
What do you think might be in the eggs? How can we care for them? We will keep an online diary to keep you informed of our egg’s progress.
I heard you delivered an amazing class assembly last week. Why not tell everyone reading this blog all about it!
Hello Year 5
It’s time to amaze us with your Victorian knowledge! Write a short paragraph to tell anyone reading our blog a Vile Victorian fact you have learnt.
As part of World Book Day we had an exciting reading afternoon in Reception. We played lots of games and invited parents to join in the fun.
Reception children are just starting to learn to read and love books, what advice would you give them to make them super readers in the future?
Year One have been to visit ‘The Deep’ in Hull as part of our science topic ‘I’m Alive!’ We had great fun looking at all the amazing fish and we had a chance to see some divers in the water too! We couldn’t believe how many different kinds of fish there were. We also took part in a workshop where we could create our own scenes too. It was such an exciting day!
We will be looking at life-cycles next. Can you describe the life-cycle of a butterfly, frog or plant so that we can share this with the Year One children?
This is the book that reminds me of my bedtime stories with my Mum. Every night at bedtime she would read a chapter to me and I loved the magical, enchanting world the story would take me to.
What is your favourite book and why? Start your reason with ‘This is the book that…..’