Back by popular demand….
We’ve met fairies in a fairy tunnel, eaten wild raspberries, had some conversations with some cows, and generally adventured around!
We’ve had two fantastic KS2 leaders, and lots of very curious Smaller adventurers learning and enjoying the wonderful nature we have available five minutes from our door.
This half term Owl Class are learning about different types of instructions. We are learning a new Talking Text called ‘How to make a magic potion’
Ask your child to read it to you, complete with actions.
Owl class had a fantastic time teaching the other children in school how to do sketches and use oil pastels to create pictures of spring flowers in the style of Claude Monet.
On Monday 9th November, Owl class and Piglet class visited Easton College Farm. In the morning, we had a tour of the farm and met all of the animals they have there. Our guide told us about how they look after each of the animals and why they keep them on the farm. We got to stroke a week old chick!
After lunch, we enjoyed wet felting, grinding wheat into flour and making oil from the oil seed rape plants.
It was a brilliant day and we didn’t get too wet!
On Monday 5th October we went to the cattery in Hevingham. Karen told us all about how they look after cats while people go on holiday. Then we met some of the cats.
On Friday 2nd October we had a very special visitor! His name was Santo and he’s a guide dog. His owner, Robert, told us all about how Santo helps him and why he needs Santo. It was very interesting and we learnt lots!
On Friday 18th September, we went on a trip to Pets at Home to buy some pet guinea pigs for our class. We called them Bubbles and Flower-Squeaker. They are brilliant!