Monthly Archives: February 2017
Swans class have been learning all about the Ancient Egyptians. In literacy, they have been learning the features of newspaper reports and wrote an article based on the finding of King Tut’s tomb as well as writing a diary entry. In addition to this, in their art lessons, they have been using charcoal and clay […]
We were very pleased to welcome James Harris into our school on Wednesday afternoon as part of the ‘Tractors in School’ project. He talked to the children about the tractor and the work which is done on his farm in East Bergholt. Even though it was raining, we all managed to have our photos taken!
It was the turn of the children in Kingfisher’s class for their assembly. The children confidently talked about what they had been doing in class. They talked about signs of Winter, Chinese New Year, Traditional Tales and talked about their Forest Schools sessions. They proudly showed their Chinese writing, Chinese dragons, paintings of bears and their Forest Schools journal. They demonstrated […]
Tuesday 7th February was Safer Internet Day. The children learnt about many things and were involved in a variety of activities; these included how to stay safe online and what to do if they see things they don’t like or are inappropriate. Further details can be found at https://www.saferinternetday.org/
Owls and Swans have been involved in some cookery club activities. They have made pizzas, canapes and this week they used fresh ingredients to spell out Eco-School and Food for Life. The children have learnt about food hygiene, some cutting skills as well as the importance of cleaning up afterwards. Thank you to Mr Wheals […]
Last week was the turn of The Woodpeckers to share their work from this half term. They quizzed the audience on owl facts that they had been learning as part of their non-fiction writing in Literacy. The children explained all about Lowry, who was the artist they have been learning about in Art. They showed off their […]