Monthly Archives: September 2014
IfÂ you see any of the children from year 1 ask them to tell you about The Great Fire Of London, they really are experts. They can tell you when the fire was, how long it lasted, how it started and why it spread so quickly. I loved how excited you were when you were … Continue reading
WOW! F2 were brilliant this morning, I don’t know where to begin telling you what they did this morning. They did so much! It was brilliant to see how busy everyone was, and I really enjoyed how you played together, especially in the dens. I am really pleased you like the new space in the … Continue reading
F1 Â have been playing together and sharing in the woods. They are super explorers.
Year 3 have been looking at maps in class, so this afternoon we had a treasure hunt. The children had a plan of the field and the woods which showed where different clues were. They worked in teams to find the clues. When all the clues were found we looked at them and realised the … Continue reading
This morningÂ Stretchy Monkey Man and Kyle was Rescue Man. We thought about what super powers they would have if they were a superhero. There were some great ideas like, stretching really fast, managing distractions, super vision to see through buildings.
This week we have had visitors from another school. Children from the Foundation Stage at Kings Oak School in Wombwell have been to play and learn in our woods. We have had two classes so far this week, and they have been super learners. They have been excited to join in some of the things … Continue reading
This afternoon we got into a line and made a huge wriggly worm, we made different shapes on the grass when we were pretending to be the worm. Once we got in the woods, we found different things to make patterns and marks in clay. We have got some great mark makers in F1!
This morning was a busy morning. We started out by making a huge den, but then the boys found lots of other things they wanted to do. They looked for squirrels and monsters, found conkers – who do you think had been eating the conkers? Some of them drew pictures, we hunted worms. I showed … Continue reading
to hear singing in the woods, especially when the children just start to sing by themselves, it makes me think they are really happy and enjoying themselves.
F2 really are impressing me this week, they are going to be amazing learners. We really stretched our noticing muscles this morning.