CLASS 1 Monday 30th March
29 Mar 2020
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26 Mar 2020
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25 Mar 2020
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24 Mar 2020
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23 Mar 2020
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22 Mar 2020
Reading Books and Morning Jobs
19 Mar 2020
Suggested activities
16 Mar 2020
Harlow Carr Gardens
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13 Mar 2020
World Book Week
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06 Mar 2020
What a Busy Week!
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28 Feb 2020
Trip to Harlow Carr Gardens - Thursday 12th March
27 Feb 2020
Happy Half Term!
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20 Feb 2020
Milk for children when they reach age 5
11 Feb 2020
Chinese New Year!
07 Feb 2020
Comment t'appelles-tu?!
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31 Jan 2020
Five Little Monkeys!
24 Jan 2020
The Tiny Seed!
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17 Jan 2020
Happy New Year!
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13 Jan 2020
Aladdin Trouble- Christmas Production 2019
12 Dec 2019
Multi-cultural week- Week 12
27 Nov 2019
Sikhism Day- Week 11
19 Nov 2019
Week 10- A Busy Week
13 Nov 2019
Bonfire Night and Diwali- Week 9
04 Nov 2019
EYFS Evidence Me App
24 Oct 2019
Week 8 - Autumn and Harvest
23 Oct 2019
Week 7- Phonics
16 Oct 2019
Week 6- Trip to the caves- Fossils and bones
09 Oct 2019
Week 5- Dinosaur Workshop
02 Oct 2019
Class 1 - Stump Cross Caverns Trip
02 Oct 2019
EYFS Observations
01 Oct 2019
Week 4- Dinosaur Invasion
24 Sep 2019
Week 3- Phonics and Maths
19 Sep 2019
Phonics Information Evening
16 Sep 2019
Week Two- All About Me
11 Sep 2019
First week at school
05 Sep 2019
Welcome to school
05 Sep 2019


Week 8 - Autumn and Harvest

23 Oct 2019

This week we have been thinking about Autumn and Harvest. In Collective Worship we practised singing Who made the corn grow? and Cauliflowers Fluffy. On Thursday we had our Harvest Festival where we brought in food for those who don't have as much as we do. We said thank you to God for making all of the yummy food grow. 

In class we have been reading The Little Red Hen story, a story about a hen who makes bread.

After reading it once, we were already really good at joining in with repeated sections of the story and pretending to be the different characters. We decorated Little Red Hen pictures and showed off our super colouring skills. We talked about what the animals should have done and what we would have done if we were the Little Red Hen, would we have shared our bread? The Little Red Hen has helped us in our maths work as well, we counted objects from the story and matched them to the correct numeral. We found the total of two groups of objects by combing them and counting them carefully.

All of our classroom areas have been influenced by autumn, the children collected all sorts of autumn treasures with their grown-ups and we were able to fill our Small World Tray with conkers, leaves, sticks and pine cones.
We used these objects to talk about the changes that happen in autumn time and the children knew what colours the leaves turned in autumn; red, yellow, orange, some stay green.

Our indoor and outdoor areas have lots of art opportunities where we have done lots of artwork; autumn leaf printing, tree painting and conker rolling. 

As well as all our other work on Wednesday we were visited by the author Andy Seed. The children listened fantastically and engaged so well with what he asked them to do. We joined him reciting a poem about cats. We enjoyed doing the actions and all joined in with repeating the chants. After this we looked at his book ' The clue about poo' where we found out lots about animals; their poo, their homes and the footprints they might leave.
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