Summer Term 2018
We had an amazing time at Science Day today!
We enjoyed the Egg Challenge, the Skittles and Fizzy Mentos experiments. We also explored making giant bubbles and made floating flowers. Ask a member of Rabbits Class to tell you how exciting it was!
Today we had a super time writing our rules for our kingdoms, making castles, icing biscuits, dancing and listening to stories read to us by a special visitor – Ralph the Knight!
We would like to thank all our grown ups for helping us come to school in such amazing costumes!!
We had a fantastic time at Sports Day today – it was very hot but we were amazing! Thank you to all our grown ups enjoyed it as much as we did!!
Fathers Day Breakfast
Today some of our Dads were able to come into school to enjoy a Fathers Day treat! We hope they enjoyed their breakfast as much as we did!
Our Trip to Fort Nelson
Today we went to Fort Nelson to launch our new topic of ‘Castles’. We saw the Poppy Wave, made catapults, learned about Ballistas and remembered lots of learning about Florence Nightingale!
We would like to thank all our adults who came with us today – we hope you enjoyed the trip as much as we did!
Our Visit to Petersfield Heath
Today we went to Petersfield Heath to be Science Detectives and complete our ‘Secret Garden’ Topic! We made faces and people using sticks, leaves and twigs; and we identified different shaped leaves and found different colour leaves. What a fantastic time we had!
We would like to say a very big ‘thank you’ to our grown ups for coming with us today – we couldn’t have done it without you!
Our Visit to Petersfield Library
Today we went to visit Petersfield Library. We were very lucky as we learned how to find our favourite books and had a super story about ‘Little Red Reading Hood’! We would like to thank the library ladies for all their help and our adult helpers for coming with us.
Our Visit to the Physic Garden
Today as part of our topic ‘Secret Garden’ we went to explore the Physic Garden in Petersfield. We looked at the plants and flowers and carefully chose our favourites to draw. Look how we are concentrating on our observational drawing!
Spring Term 2018
Happy Easter from the Rabbits Class!!
Today we came to school wearing our Easter hats – we would like to say a very big Thank You to all our grown ups for helping us to make such amazing creations!!
Sports Relief Day
Today we all came to school dressed in our sports outfits to celebrate Sports Relief Day. We also celebrated and looked at the badges, medals and certificates that some of the children had won.
Tudor Houses Exhibition
We have been very busy converting cereal boxes into tudor houses and today we invited our grown ups to see our amazing learning! Please come and see the exhibition on Thursday after school and take your child’s house home on Friday when they come into school – thank you!
Parent Writing Workshops
Today the children in Mrs Powney’s English Group invited their grown ups to join in with their writing lesson. The children acted out the story of The Three Little Pigs and then worked with their adult to write the story remembering to use their full stops, capital letters and fingers spaces! We hope our grown ups enjoyed coming back to school as much as we enjoyed having them in the classroom!!
As part of our topic, today we had a visit from the Hampshire Education Fire Service. We learned all about the Fire Service and found out what it felt like to be a real firefighter! We even went in the fire engine! We would like to say a very big ‘thank you’ to the firefighters for helping us today.
This week our grown ups are coming to have lunch with us!
We hope they enjoyed their school dinners as much as we do!!
World Book Day 2018!!
World Book Day was postponed to today and we had an amazing time dressing up as our favourite book characters. We would like to thank all our grown ups for helping us with our fantastic costumes!!
The Great Fire of London!
Today we had a very special visitor – a firefighter came to our class to talk to us about his job, what he had to wear and what he did. We were all very excited and told him all about the Great Fire of London. We would like to say a very big ‘thank you’ to Mr Neal and his special assistant!
Home Learning Challenge
Today we brought in our amazing Home Learning Challenge Models!! We made shelters for Captain Scott using so many materials including Lego, sugar, paper, felt, string, cotton wool, paper, leaves, cardboard and even a hat and a basin!! A very big ‘Thank You’ to all our adults who helped us to make so many fabulous models!
We have been finding out all about Captain Scott and his amazing trip to the Antarctic! We have been thinking about what clothes he should have worn and trying on some artefacts similar to whose worn by Captain Scott!