On this page you will find links and photos of things we have done recently and what we will be looking forward to in the future.
We will be regularly updating the photos of the learning activities we have got up to, so please come back again soon.
If you would like any further information about the learning we have covered, or the forth-coming learning topics, please don’t hesitate to come and see us. We will also post topic overviews for the term and homework tasks on the classroom noticeboards.
Owls Class are settling into school this term. We are making new friends and following our Golden Rule, “We care for one another”. We are learning to recognise some sounds with the help of Fred the Frog. We are practicing our number skills around the classroom and outdoors. We have begun to do P.E. in the school hall and outside on the field. Our topic this term is “ Rhymes and Riddles”, we are leaning lots of rhymes such as; Baa Baa Black Sheep, Incy Wincy, Mary Mary, Humpty Dumpty, Hey Diddle and 1,2,3,4,5. Look at our topic web for more information.
Owls Class celebrated Harvest listening to the story of ‘The Little Red Hen’. Rhys said “They can’t have any bread because they didn’t help the hen”. So we all helped to make the bread for our class.
We kneaded and shaped the dough.
Miles said “You have a windmill on a farm to make flour. It’s squidgy. It smells yum!”
Rosie said “It’s really squidgy! The bread will have to cook. It smells like vinegar!”
We loved eating the bread!
Jackson said “it’s yummy!”
Peter said “I like it!”
Owls Class have been learning all about bears this term! We invited our own bears to come to school for a Teddy Bears Picnic.
We have been very brave going on a Bear Hunt! We weren’t scared!
This term Owls class have been learning about “People Who Help Us”.
Our topic began with a visit to the library during Book Week. The librarian helped us to find books and she read two brilliant stories!
When the dentist visited our class she brought some giant teeth! We learnt about healthy food and how to avoid getting cavities. (We really liked using this new word!)
A vet brought her gorgeous dog, Enzo, to visit us! We had to ask first if we could stroke him. The vet told us how she helps animals to keep well.
“ I go to the vet to get my hamster better” Caitlin
“ We stroked the dog. The dog had sharp claws. Enzo is black and white.” Jeremy
“ She brought a dog. She brought two teddy dogs” Stanley
We look forward to a visit from a police officer and possible the fire brigade!