This week we read the book ‘Norman the slug with the silly shell’ during book club and then set to designing our own silly shells for him. The children chose between collage, paint and felt tips. Look at their amazing designs!
Several children in reception taught me how to make leaf rubbings this week. It has been great to see all the different details come through with such a simple activity. Thank you for teaching me!
In book club this week we looked at the book ‘A Child of Books’ where the illustrator used words to make pictures. We then had a go ourselves, cutting out sections of text and arranging them into our own pictures. … Continue reading
In child-led learning time (choosing time) children can access classroom resources as well as planned out activities. This week Acorn class has enjoyed practicing their writing, role-playing police men, reading in the book cornerHere are some photos from this time.
Last week we learnt all about recipes before following one to make gingerbread men. We had a lot of fun adding ingredients, mixing them together, and decorating the gingerbread men once they were cooked.
We looked at the book ‘The Foggy Foggy Forest’ in book club this evening. We then had a go at making our own silhouette pictures!
Acorn class has got up to a lot over the first two weeks of school. We have been busy getting used to new routines and expectations, as well as exploring the inside and outside areas. This past week we have … Continue reading
This term, Acorn class have been learning all about the African animals you might see on safari. As part of our home learning we have a new ‘learning project book’ which is going to come home with a different child … Continue reading
We are now pleased to publish the final report from our recent Ofsted Inspection in March 2017. Thank you for all your continued to support with our work to improve the school and the life chances for all our children. … Continue reading
As part of our topic last term the children in Acorn class were lucky enough to have a visit from some animals.Some of them were familiar such as rabbits and hamsters. Some were a little more unusual such as meercats, … Continue reading