Week Commencing 19th November 2018
The rain didn't stop us from having fun this week, on Tuesday we let off some steam in the classroom using 'Go Noddle'. The rain stopped us from playing outside but we enjoyed doing a guided dance to ' The Pirate Life' inside.
Week Commencing 5th November 2018
On Tuesday we decided to make the most of the winter sunshine and go out on to the MUGA for PE. Miss Durant set lots of fitness challenges which were super hard work but really fun.
Week Commencing 22nd October 2018
This week has been Science Week and we've had SO much fun learning about our topic 'Animals including humans'. Our Favourite part was building and own human skeletons and learning all the scientific names for the bones.
Do you know where the Talus is on the human body?
Week Commencing 8th October 2018
I would just like to say a HUGE thank you, for all the donations brought in for Harvest Festival. As always you were all so generous and it was gratefully received by the Food Bank. An addition thank you for attending our Harvest Festival church service, which I'm sure you will agree was wonderful. The children worked really hard on their singing and readings. The Matildas worked together to create a prayer which was beautifully read by Charlie H and Harry.
Week Commencing 24th September 2018
Week Commencing 17th September 2018
We have been very busy in the Marvellous Matildas this week. We were extremely lucky to enter the Ancient Egyptian puzzle tomb. We thought it was scary, dark and exciting. We worked brilliantly as a team and really enjoyed cracking the codes with the clues. It was so much fun.
The wet weather did not stop us from being adventurous; we still managed to visit Forest School where we found fairy hair. We decided to turn the fairy hair in to friendship bracelets that we worked together to make.
Miss Durant brought some authentic Egyptian food for us to taste. We tried; goats cheese, dried figs, dates, pomegranate and flat bread to name a few. The flatbread was tasty and definitely our favourite.
We carried on with our Egyptian topic and learned how the Egyptians mummified the bodies of Pharaohs after the passed away. We carried out our own mummification…on a tomato!
First, we took the insides out (like when the Egyptians removed the internal organs)
Next, we poured a mixture of salt and baking soda over the tomato
We plan to check on them next week to see if the drying process has worked.