When we were learning the letter ‘V’ we set up a veterinary surgery. The children enjoyed making all the animals better.
Rocky, Nat and Rosie are enjoying being vets!
Oscar is a very caring vet.
Margot Stacey’s grandma came in to help us plant some spring bulbs in our long black trough. We are looking forward to reading the special message that is going to appear!
We went to St James Church to take part in the Christmas experience. We saw the Nativity story acted out and we were able to touch real live animals including, a donkey, sheep, chickens, ducks and a dog.
We planted some seeds in the school garden. We are planting Red things for Red Class. Look out for some juicy tomatoes later in the year.
We have a ‘Post Office’ in our Role Play area. We wrote a very special letter to our mums and dads thanking them for helping us to stay healthy. Joy and Maria helped us to address the envelopes and we each put a stamp on. We then posted them in the postbox on Stapleton Hall Road. Our mums and dads were very happy to receive our letters!
We set up a Minibeast Investigation Lab in Red Class. We used magnifying glasses to look at a range of pretend bugs and spiders and completed observation sheets about each creature.
Red Class carried out a transport survey on the corner of Stapleton Hall Road and Granville Road. We made a tally every time we saw different forms of transport. The most popular forms of transport were cars, followed by vans and aeroplanes!
Mae Linh is the writer of the month! This was Mae Linh’s first piece of independent writing. She wrote a sentence about a book we have been reading in class. I’m sure they all had a lot of fun at the beach!
The writer of the month is… Max!
Max wrote a letter to Heath, inviting him the come to a ball.
Max wrote all of this independently. Well done for remembering finger spaces, Max!