Dear Parents/Carers Happy New Year! We hope you had a lovely Christmas and wish you well for 2021. Our topic this term is the Stone Age. We will learn what the world was like during this time and understand how we know what we do from clues our ancestors left behind. We will learn about … Continue reading
This week Owls have been very busy having a creative Christmas. Our latest creations include melting snowmen biscuits and Christmas crackers. We mixed icing and decorated our biscuits before taking them home to eat. We learnt about the history of Christmas crackers before making our own.
Owls had a Christmas party on Tuesday! We looked great in our party clothes, had lots of fun playing games, feasting and showing off our AMAZING dance moves! Thank you parents for all the food, the children really enjoyed eating it!
This week Owls have been making Christmas treats. We used icing and added food colouring and peppermint essence before mixing and shaping into festive shapes. We got a bit messy but had lots of fun!
Linked to our topic, Toys and Games, Owls have been busy this week making wooden spoon dolls inspired by Forky from Toy Story 4. We used knives, forks and spoons to create our cutlery toys and then we played with them.
Although it is not up yet, Owls have been getting into the Christmas spirit early and preparing our class Christmas tree. We drew then cut around our hands before decorating them. They will then be layered in rows on the wall to create our own recyclable Christmas tree. They did a great job working with … Continue reading
Dear Parents/Carers, Welcome back to a busy and fun filled Christmas term.! Our topic this term is ‘Toys and Games’. We will be looking at the differences and similarities of toys from the Victorian era to the present day. Parents, grandparents and great grandparents; please tell the children all about the toys you used to … Continue reading
In remembrance of all the soldiers that have fought in wars, Owls made poppies. We coloured them in, cut out the pieces then assembled them using a split pin. They are now on display in our classroom. We learnt about the Road of Remembrance in Folkestone and all the poppies there.
Owls filled up their fluffy jar so to celebrate, we had a party! We had lots of fun making hats, playing games, dancing and eating cake! We also sang happy birthday to everyone who had had a birthday this term.
Following our walk round Folkestone to look at the plinths, we made our own. We used some modelling clay to make something to display on our plinths then decorated both our model and plinth. They are currently on display in our classroom and look amazing!