The children enjoyed another Forest Fun session focusing on ‘Superworm’. The children listened to the story before making a class ‘Superworm’ and walking to the outside classroom. Miss Jones explained to the children that they were going to make their own ‘Superworm’ using conkers – Miss Jones showed the children the one Mrs Clark had made one earlier, then […]
During the PE session with Mr Bassett, the children took part in challenges relating to targets. They rolled the ball to each other trying to get the ball between their friends legs and then they threw the bean bag trying to get it into the hoop each time. All the children displayed lots of determination and focus […]
Following the success of the spring campaign in the Ipswich Star and East Anglian Daily Times, Sports Equipment For Schools, the newspapers are now planning an equally exciting Autumn campaign which will see them give away over £20,000 worth of new books to primary and junior schools across the region. We have now registered for the ‘Books For […]
The children used the Numicon and the scales to work out which Numicon shape was ‘more’ and which was ‘less’. They then correctly put the greater number shape in the more column and the lower number Numicon in the less column. Great Maths work Kingfishers.
Children from Year One and Two joined Miss Jones for their first Book Club session on Thursday after school. The children listened to a story called ‘Jake’s First Day’. The story was about a boy called Jake and it was his first day at school. Jake’s teacher had planned a day all about pirates and Jake had […]
Kingfishers Class enjoyed their first Forest Fun session of the school year. The children looked for signs of Autumn as they walked to the outside classroom. Miss Jones set the children a challenge to work with a partner and to find as many creatures as they could. Miss Jones and Mrs Clark reminded the children to […]
Kingfishers Class received their Gold Wild Challenge Award. The children were very proud of their award and have worked very hard to achieve it. Kingfishers Class have made a considerable contribution to the welfare of the environment and wildlife in their local year. Great work Kingfishers!
Kingfishers Class performed their last assembly of the school year. The children were confident to stand up and talk to the audience. The children proudly talked about what they had been doing during the week which included their visit to Eyke Primary School to see their Pen Pals and their tiger tea party. They also talked about what […]
The children were very excited as they were going on a trip to visit their pen pals at Eyke Primary School. The children really enjoyed the fact that they were able to see over the Orwell bridge! When they arrived at Eyke School, Ash class greeted them with banners. The children had the opportunity to chat with […]
Kingfisher Class enjoyed a day full of activities based on the story of ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’. The children worked in groups to retell the story using puppets and masks. The children worked in pairs to work out how much Sophie’s mum had spent on the shopping after the tiger had been to tea. […]
The children took part in a Superhero Training Day! They completed activities in teams such as throwing balls through the holes, a water game, balancing on the balance beam, vaporising villains with water and a superpower hunt. They worked together , cheering each other on and successfully counted up their points for their team! They also […]
Kingfishers Class were very excited as they had received a very important letter. Miss Jones opened the envelope and showed the children the photograph. The children were able to identify Harry and Meghan on their wedding day. Miss Jones reminded the children she wrote to Harry and Meghan after their wedding explaining how they (Kingfishers […]