Thank you very much to all of the many families, who joined us in our harvest celebrations this week. And thank you to our wonderful children, whose performance I was immensely proud of. There was a lovely sense of community, as we all gathered together on a beautiful (most-unlike-Autumn) day. I look forward to seeing you in the coming weeks, as we head towards Christmas, when I am sure we will be treated to more singing delights.
As part of our topic: Wonderful Me, we have been exploring our senses. Feely feet were the order of the day, dipping them- blindfolded- into baked beans, weetabix and hair conditioner. Ooooo!!! Look at their little faces.
Images of science in the world around us are coming in thick and fast. Thank you to everyone, who has already submitted their entry. The team cannot wait to see them all.
Wow. What a great event. With the help of Petroc and STEM practitioners local to the area, the children finished the afternoon with their eyes and aspirations a little wider and more curious.
What a super bunch. The children really have gone creative in Cl2 to find out if the oldest people really do have the largest feet. Thank you so much, my little scientists.
As we head towards the end of our third week, the children have really started to get into the swing of things.
Fun reasoning with shapes:
And giggles with the dressing up: