We have been reading the book ‘I Want My Hat Back’ by Jon Klassen this week. Today, we wrote some
Kirsty had been to the Jurassic Coast over half term and brought in some of her fossil finds! The children
We really enjoyed playing cube fingers today in our maths carpet session! It’s a great way to learn number bonds
This week we are exploring the frog life cycle through the books ‘Tadpole’s Promise’ and ‘Tad’. Today was super exciting
We had time to play ‘Doggy, Doggy Where’s Your Bone?’ after helicopter stories today! It’s one of our favourite circle
Junk modelling is a great way to recycle old boxes, tubes or plastic pots and make them into something new!
We’ve been perfecting our number formation in Reception. We now all have a go at writing number sentences to match
After watching our sunflower seedlings grow bigger and learning about the flower life cycle through ‘The Tiny Seed’, we were
After learning about the life cycle of flowers last week with our story “The Tiny Seed”, this week is all
One of our friends brought in their butterflies today that had just emerged from their chrysalis! We found out they
In Literacy we are reading ‘The Tiny Seed’. It’s all about a tiny seed’s journey to becoming a beautiful healthy
Our tricky words are getting trickier and trickier in Reception Rowan! Today we learnt how to write ‘were’ and ‘there’.
Carrying on our monster theme in art, today we turned our 2D monsters into 3D monsters using salt dough!
We really enjoyed making scary splat monsters in Reception Rowan today! First we chose the colours we wanted to SPLAT,
We started creating our splat monsters this morning… stay tuned for the final products!
In Reception we have been learning so many new tricky words! Can you read the two new tricky words from
Just like Stanley turned his stick into loads of different amazing things using his imagination, we had a go at
In Rowan class we read the story of George and the Dragon to find out a little more about today’s
In Reception we are reading the book Stanley’s Stick. In the story, Stanley’s stick turned into a banana, a whistle,