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 afternoon we had fun watching the on-line pantomime, Rapunzel. The children loved it! They laughed and joined in with all the songs and fun – what a treat! Many thanks to Mrs Brookes, our amazing music teacher, for organising this. We are making sure our children don’t miss out on any Christmas traditions … Continue reading
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!
Ducklings, Owls and Eagles (in their separate bubbles) spent Friday learning about and celebrating the Jewish festival of Hanukkah. They heard the story of the Maccabees and the miracle of the oil that burnt for 8 days and nights. They got to light a real menorah and discussed what the story meant to Jewish people … Continue reading
Our science topic this term has been materials. Owls have been making slime using cornflour and water. It makes a liquid slime that appears to become solid when you put pressure on it. We had lots of fun exploring this strange liquid!
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
Owls spent a colourful morning learning all about rangoli as part of their World Faith Hindu focus week. Rangoli is an art form, originating in the Indian subcontinent, in which patterns are created on the floor or the ground using materials such as coloured sand, It is usually made during Hindu festivals including Diwali, which the Owls … Continue reading
This morning Yr.1 received a letter asking them to help Otto the otter from the story ‘The Otter who wanted to Hold Hands.’ Otto was scared of water and therefore wasn’t prepared to let go of his parents’ hands Otto’s mum and dad wrote Owls a letter asking them to help convince Otto that water … 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