This children went and visited the sensory garden which Miss Bailey is creating on the school field. Miss Bailey told the children she would like them to decorate a stone for the pebble river. The children were asked to think of and draw their design first. The children then got busy decorating their stones using […]
The children have been very interested in their caterpillars and are enjoying watching them grow. The children have been observing them and writing an entry in their caterpillar diary. They have been learning about the lifecycle of a butterfly and learning about the different parts of a butterfly. They also created symmetrical butterflies using paint. […]
Thursday 29th April, marked Kingfishers 100th day at school and the children came in wearing their 100 themed t – shirts. They also had a very special visitor Sir Captain Tom Moore! The children had lots of challenges to complete in 100 seconds from writing their name to threading Cheerios on to spaghetti! In PE […]
Kingfishers received a very special delivery today. It said ‘Fragile Open immediately!’ The children were intrigued to find out what was inside. Mrs Clark opened the box and showed the children the pot. The children recognised them as caterpillars. Mrs Clark told the children that we will be looking after the caterpillars and watching them […]
This half term, the children in Kingfishers Class are thinking about the question ‘ Why do we love to be beside the seaside?’ The children have been looking at seaside towns in the UK. They have been learning about the coming of the railways and the history of the seaside holidays. They have learnt about […]
The children in Kingfishers Class took part in an Easter colouring competition. They were asked to to do their best colouring on a piece of Easter bunting. The Easter bunting went to Blackbrook Residential Care Home, to brighten up their Easter. The children also created Easter cards for the older residents in the village. Great […]
The children in Kingfishers Class have been learning all about the Census. The children have been learning how to ask questions in preparation for their ‘mini census’. The children were asked to think of a question and write it down using a question mark. The children also conducted their own ‘mini census’. They asked their […]
The children in Kingfishers Class were all happy and excited to be back at school. They were very pleased to see their friends again and enjoyed seeing and talking to them. The children have enjoyed getting back into the school routine and doing their school work. Well done Kingfishers!
The children at school and home participated in World Book Day. They dressed up as their favourite book characters and enjoyed challenges linked to World Book Day! The staff took part in ‘The Masked Reader’ where the children had to guess who was reading behind the swan mask. They were excited to find out who […]
During this lockdown the children have written messages of kindness to the local nursing home. The children wanted them to know we are still thinking of them. They each wrote a personal message on a heart to bring them some cheer.
We all know it has been different this year, but we wanted to make it as normal as possible. So the children in Kingfishers Class performed ‘We’re Going on a Baby Hunt’. The children dressed up and had a fantastic time performing it! The parents loved it!
This week the Year One children had a mathematical mystery to solve. They were asked to solve the mystery of the missing reindeer bells. They had five clues to solve which involved counting, measuring, adding, subtracting and working with numbers to 100. The children solved the clues and found out the elf who hid the […]