We are looking forward to welcoming all our friends back to the Summer term. This term we say hello and welcome to Finn who will be joining us in Barn Owls.
As the weather will be getting much warmer, don't forget to protect your child by applying sun cream and giving them a hat or cap to wear. If you would like your child to apply more sun cream , we are happy to guide them as they do it themselves. To stay hydrated, the children can bring in water bottles to keep on the side and help themselves as they need. As we are a Healthy eating school, we encourage them to have only water and not squash in their water bottles.
This term we are learning about Transport, looking at journeys and the different means of getting there. Our caterpillars are now full grown butterflies and soon we will let them fly out in our garden. The tadpoles are also bigger than they were last Term , don't forget to have a look at them.
Welcome back to all our friends in Barn Owls. We are excited to welcome to our class Hugo, Aishah, Matilda and Rufus. This Term we are learning about Growing, we are telling the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.
Term 4 begins on Monday 20th February at 8:40am. We look forward to seeing all our friends back in Barn Owls.
Our Topic is Bears in Stories, our story is Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Welcome back Barn Owls. Our topic this term is 'Wintry weather', based on the big question, 'Why is winter cold?'. This term we welcome some new friends to our class.
We joined in with the whole school rhyme time challenge, here is our rhyme of Two little dickie birds
We were awarded with a certificate for taking part.
We had a special visitor today , a Chinese Dragon, what an exciting morning. We listened to our friend's mum as she told us all about her adventures when she visited China. We learnt that in China, they don't use knives and forks but they use chopsticks to eat their favourite food(rice). We also learnt how to say hello and thank you in Chinese. The most exciting part was joining in with the dragon dance to the Chinese new year song Gung hey Fat Choi.
Once upon a time when we were outdoor adventurers, as Barn Owls we went on a Night time animals trip to SCEEC. First, we had story time, then we made a home for a hedgehog to keep it warm. Next, we went super spotting walk with binoculars. After that, we pretended to be owls and used our sense of sight to hunt for mice. Finally, we used our sense of smell to find food just like a badger which we made into a portion. What a fun morning and thank you to Ceri from SCEEC.
Term 2 - Welcome back: For part of this term our learning is around the big question, ‘Who is afraid of the dark?’ We will be learning about day and night time and sources of light; animals that come out at night time (nocturnal animals); and we will also explore Diwali (Hindu festival of Light). Our storytelling story is Owl Babies.
Curriculum Letter term 2
We are enjoying learning all about ourselves in our topic 'Magnificent me'. We have been getting to know each other through building relationships, playing together and sharing ideas. We have also been taking part in ring games in the hall and special times on the carpet.
We have been learning all about our bodies through song. We sang heads , shoulders , knees and toes, slowly and then very fast. In the Doctors Surgery(role play) so many of our patients have gone away with a prescription for medicine to help them feel much better.