We can’t believe how fast this term has flown by. We have been looking at the question ‘What makes Britain great?’ So far we have looked at the English author and Illustrator Oliver Jeffers. We had some very naughty crayons from the book ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’ come and mess up our classroom! We had great fun writing letters and thinking about how the crayons must have felt. One morning we came into class to find that our chairs had quit and they left us a letter with all their complaints. We had to write a letter of apology before we were able to sit on them again! We have also been learning about the author Beatrix Potter and her favourite story – The tales of Peter Rabbit. We even had a rabbit come in and visit us and we made brochures to explain how to look after a rabbit.
In maths we looked at fractions of numbers and shapes. We have also been looking at telling the time.
In Science we have been looking at animals including humans and we have had caterpillars in the class. At the moment they are in their chrysalis and we are excitedly waiting for them to come out as butterflies.
In PE we have had Laura teaching us dance and we have been learning different types of dances from around the UK. We looked at OAA and have been working as teams and designing maps and following routes in teams.
Forest School continues to be one of our favourite sessions and we have made ears like Peter rabbit and we have made homes for caterpillars.
In art we have been looking at Oliver Jeffers and we used collage to create Peter Rabbit.
We also celebrated a lovely Coronation day and the children went around the school enjoying different activities in different classes.
In Geography we have been looking at the countries that make up the United Kingdom. We have learnt all sorts of exciting facts and can place the countries on a map.