Year R

Capital Letters

Ducklings have been looking at capital letters this week. We recognised that we all have them at the beginning of our names and how they look different from lower case letters. Next we used a varied range of capital letter resources to find ways we could create our names.  


Yesterday Ducklings and Owls had a great first day back at school visiting Drusillas Park. After the long coach journey we arrived and went off to our special workshops. Owls had an exciting adventure story session which was also a great introduction to our new topic, adventures! After the story we got to meet lots Continue reading

Beach Day!

Last week Ducklings, Owls and Eagles all had a fun day out at the beach and Coastal park. The sun was shining and everyone had an amazing time! The children made sandcastles, dug holes, chased bubbles, played with skipping ropes, balls and frisbees! Afterwards, we sat and ate our lunch in a beautiful shaded area Continue reading

Freestyle Football Skills

Today Ducklings enjoyed learning some new freestyle football skills. Jamie, the instructor, showed us how to use the ball in different ways to create tricks we had never performed before. We all had a chance to practise these skills and then demonstrate what we had learnt to the class.

Choosing Time

During choosing time the Ducklings enjoy selecting their own free choice of items and people to play and independently learn with. While the sun was shining, we used the outside area to spread out and engaged in sand play, hot wheels and the garage, Lego building, drawing and using the climbing equipment to practise our Continue reading

Reading by the Pond

Ducklings took advantage of the fine weather last week and enjoyed reading as a whole class by the Bayle Pond. We all had a copy of ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’ which we followed and joined in while Mrs. Price read the big book copy.  Super care was taken while we crossed the road Continue reading

Ducklings Clay Pottery

During the past week we have used the clay to create a pinch pot. We used our skills to roll and mould our chosen shape then pinched the clay to pull it up to form the sides of the pot. To finish it off we decorated the outside with our own designs.

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