In class one we have made our own Christingle
Class 1 - Mrs Manson (St. Margaret's)
Class one had a busy afternoon in the snow. We have been looking at how the weather changes over the seasons and how humans and animals adapt their behaviour. It was a perfect day to think about winter! We used the ice from our playground to make an ice sculpture. In maths we have been looking at symmetry, we drew symmetrical patterns in the snow. We also collected greenery to make our class advent wreath. It was great fun!
Look at the children in Class One find leaves that are brun, jaune or rouge. They listened to, joined in with and danced to a beautiful Autumn song in French called ‘Regarde les feuilles’ or ‘Look at the leaves’. We were dancing, that’s why the photo is so blurry!
We tried NASA space food today. We enjoyed Space ice cream
Reception have been celebrating Diwali this week. We began by joining with hundreds of schools around the country on a scholastic story event. The author of the ‘Best Diwali Ever’ read her book and the illustrator taught us how to draw rangoli patterns. We have created our own sand rangoli pattern and made some lovely Diwali sweets during out Tuesday cookery session .
We had a wonderful afternoon at Forest Schools.
Class 1 have been cooking again! This time they made Gingerbread bears.
The children enjoyed acting out the ‘stop look and listen’ road safety message when the Road Safety Officer came to school. We heard about safe places to cross the road, walking, not running and listening and looking while we cross .