Autumn Term 2 Week 1
It has been a busy first week back and we have been celebrating all things autumn- from the history of Bonfire Night, to an autumn walk and playing in the leaves.
In English, we have started looking at the story of Where the Wild Things are by Maurice Sendak and Maths it's been studying the bonds of 10 in it's various forms.
It's been a busy week. From starting to learn about Mary Seacole in Black History Month, looking at autumn and being introduced to whole-part models.
THANK YOU so much for the amazing donations for Harvest Festival- we had a huge collection. Results on Monday!
In Maths, we have been looking at more than, less than and their symbols. Science has been investigating other seed heads and describing them using our senses.
It's been a busy week continuing our learning about Rosie's Walk. The children have enjoyed retelling the story and creating their own maps for the farmyard.
In science, we have been using our senses to investigate cereal seed heads.
Autumn A Week 2
What a week this has been. The children have been super stars in their adjustment to the changes we have bought in. There has been some fantastic learning in our outdoor provision (it's in the newsletter under Reception!- corrections will be made next week) and they've thoroughly enjoyed their learning of Rosie's Walk.
Autumn Term Week 1
Our first full week has been very busy with a variety of fun and exciting learning happening. The children have settled in very well and we are immensely proud of them.