Class R had a wonderful Autumnal walk today looking for signs that Autumn is here. We put our coats and wellington boots on and headed outside. We saw the changing leaves and fallen leaves, some conkers, acorns, berries and some interesting fungi. We collected the leaves and things that were safe, but took photos of the berries and fungi as we knew not to touch them. We noticed that the field was very wet with morning dew and as we were walking we were leaving a trail! Last of all we had a race across the field back and left lots and lots of footprints. Well done Class R, a super day starting our next 2 weeks of Autumn learning.
How wonderful to catch up with Theo and find out about his continuing Blue Peter badge collection. Here are the badges that were awarded for Theo's tennis playing and also for his cake baking to commemorate the Blue Peter tortoise retiring from the show. Thank you for sharing Theo - which one will be next? Toby told me that he is busy working towards his first Blue Peter badge too - can't wait to see it Toby!
Class R have been having lots of fun learning about ourselves! We have read the story Funnybones and learnt about different parts of our bodies. Here is a picture of our fantastic work displayed in our classroom. The straw skeletons have been carefully made with some very fiddly pieces and lots of sticky fingers! Well done children 😊😀
We’ve also been learning a song all about bones!
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Thank you to our wonderful PTFA for funding this experience for all of our children today.
Can't wait to see what else we learn in Space Week - enjoy everyone!
To infinity and beyond!