I am so proud of finger knitting club tonight. Many of the children found it really tricky at first but now they have all got it and are smashing it! Well done for persevering and being Stickabilty Stans! 🌟
At finger knitting club the children have been working so hard to create a single knotted knit using only their fingers and a ball of wool. We already have some pros! Well done everyone! I’m amazed at how quickly some of you have picked it up!
Mrs Hay 🙂
Sophie wrote her own playscript and translated it into English.
We made straw houses from the story of The 3 Little Pigs out of dried spaghetti. The children thought carefully about what length of spaghetti they needed to cut to fit onto the house template.
Well done Class 3 & 4!
I was delighted to see some very skilled art work and craft from Y3 this morning. Ollie, Lyle, Paige and Ishaan have truly enhanced the x-ray area in their immersive classroom with these pieces.
Great work guys!
A massive well done to this beautiful girl who joined us in September with limited English and despite this has just secured age related expectation ‘step 15!’ in her maths assessments.
Great determination Evelina -we’re very proud of you! ‘Motivated Moe, Curious Cleo and Can do Colin’ all rolled into one!
Mrs Hay 🙂
Here are some of the beautiful natural art pieces created by nursery children for home learning and as part of family learning! The children enjoyed using their creations as part of their small world play.
Misha brought in some amazing homework this week. He’s been busy gardening and doing some awesome maths. Well done Misha! I can’t wait to see what you do next!
Mrs Hay 🙂
These children have been so eager and excited to improve their learning that they have gone away with lots of individualised learning packs! Love your enthusiastic attitude guys it’s brilliant! The prize box is awaiting your responses! Can’t wait to see what you do with your packs!