The children have been enjoying singing along to a phonics song/rap. Take a look…
Today I had the pleasure of teaching Sunflower class all day and we kept the wonderful theme of Dinosaurs going with their topic. Everyone worked so hard and was so engaged in their learning, which was varied and interesting. Here are some of the class, who were happy to share their learning, talking about what they enjoyed from the day.
The caiks Look pritee
There is a punch and joodee shoa
The flags are red and wit
They is a girl on a car
By Eve and Mayla
Sunflower class had a very exciting week last week as it was science week in school! As part of the week’s activities everyone was given the opportunity to work with some fantastic experiments that Mrs Tyler got from We the Curious. Also, we all got to visit the amazing Explorer Dome and Sunflower class have been thinking about what they enjoyed the most from their experience. Here they are:
This afternoon Thistle class took to the airwaves with a live radio show on Westwood radio. Broadcasting to, literally the world, everyone had the opportunity to read some of their amazing writing from their Under the Sea topic and to step behind the microphone to have their first experience of live radio and how well they did.
With Lewis, Alice and May hosting the show, plenty of listeners – thank you everyone – and lots of texts from their audience, the children made me so proud with their confidence and professionalism. You can enjoy our fantastic afternoon again here and here are some behind the scenes photos from Thistle class studio!
We were finding out about India. Here are some facts we now know:
we havin joy lrenin abalt indyre pepi in inere eat cury.
we are werin fansee cloes;
eieefontss hav culafl chalc on thair trunks
The peepl hav got brown scin.
By Sophie and Eve
the littl grel is gras and she is got a wil baroa.
The ginga cat is asleep undre the flalas.
there is a robing on the chrees.
the garden centr is full of people.
By Sophie and Albert
This term in Thistle class we have been learning all about pirates. Here are some of the things we have most enjoyed doing:
I liked making the tube pirates. (Beau)
I liked learning about pirates. (Eve)
I liked making and painting our salt-dough pirate islands. (Alice)
I have enjoyed writing a diary. (Sophie)
I have enjoyed making treasure maps. (Lewis)
I enjoyed learning pirate songs. (Maisy)
I have enjoyed learning about what pirates eat. (Hattie)
I have enjoyed reading pirate stories. (Mayla)
I have enjoyed acting out The Night Pirate story. (May)
I have enjoyed writing my own Night Pirate story. (Bethan)
I have enjoyed learning about what pirates drink. (Bobby)
I enjoyed making our pirate ship collage pictures. (George)
I have enjoyed writing our pirate diaries. (Luke)
I enjoyed making our tube pirates. (Boo)
I liked dressing up as a pirate. (Chloe)
I enjoyed making our pirate islands. (William)
I enjoyed drawing treasure maps. (Stanley)
I liked sailing our pirate ships in science. (Albert)
I liked getting wet when we went to our own “pirate island”. (Ethan)
I have enjoyed the topic especially wearing the pirate costume. (Toby)
I have enjoyed making my own pirate diary. (Josh)
I liked finding out about life on a pirate ship. (Evan)
I enjoyed making our pirate islands. (Lily)
I enjoyed making and sailing the pirate ships. (Erin)
Thistle Class have been enjoying the book The Night Pirates. In the story, Tom joins the rough, tough crew of Girl Pirates on an adventure. They sail to an island where they steal a treasure chest from a crew of lazy, scared Grown-up Pirates, led by Captain Patch. Using this story as inspiration and as a model, the children created their own pirate story. Here are the children from Reception telling you their stories.