This week we have been thinking about Remembrance Day and all the brave soldiers who have fought in wars. The children have each made a poppy, which you can see on the display in the main enterance ofschool. The children have also been back in time this week, in yoga and got to meet some dinosaurs. In Maths the children have started to think about ordinal numbers and took part in some running races to help them with language such as first, second and third.
This week we have started to look at the book “This moose belongs to me” by Oliver Jeffers. This funny and clever tale tells the story of a little boy named Wilfred who believes he owns a moose. However, one day when out for a walk with his moose, Marcel, he stumbles upon someone else who claims they own the moose. Before reading the story, the children followed clues around school to help them work out what the story might be about.
This week we wrote letters to Florence and Sydney to say thank for coming to visit. We would like to say a big thank you everyone that attended our Harvest festival and MacMillan coffee morning. We were so pleased to see such a good turn out. We hope you enjoyed our sticky blobs that we made in our cooking lessons this week.