The children have had a lovely first week in Lapwings Class. This week has been about getting to know each other and the new classroom. We are looking forward to seeing lots of smiley faces on Monday.Continue reading
We had a great time being Kestrels!
We enjoyed getting to know Mrs Biddlecombe even better and Mrs Davies is very excited to be moving with us!Continue reading
The Healthy Snack Bar opened today in the Lapwings classroom , and the children were able to buy delicious fruit kebabs. Everyone paid 10p for each kebab and as you can see they went down very well! As our project moves on the children will become familiar with coin values and will be practising adding up for the customers at the snack bar.
They are also learning a great deal about what is healthy food, so definitely no crisps and chocolate for sale here!Continue reading
We enjoyed our fruit snacks in the school garden today. It was great to see how everything we have planted is now growing well, especially after all the rain we have had.
We will be keeping an eye on everything, and will post again when we have even more exciting news to report.
We think we are definitely more green fingered than we were when we started this project, do you agree?Continue reading
Today we became authors and wrote our own books! We based our story on The Secret Path, but innovated it and made it our own by changing some details. Ask us to tell you our version, they’re very good!Continue reading
We have had a great half term and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for another fun half term! We have sent home a challenge to identify trees and leaves over the break. We will continue with our ‘Grow For It’ project the first 2 weeks back.
Happy holidays!Continue reading
We all planted 2 sunflower seeds each. We have looked after them carefully and had a great success rate. The children are bringing them home today and we would love to have an update in a few weeks to see how they are all getting on. Good luck!Continue reading
Lots of the Lapwings were very excited to taste the cress we have watched grow. Most of us liked it and thought it tastes like lettuce. There were a few funny faces though!Continue reading
The children were so excited by the cress experiment, we have repeated it but this time using sunflower seeds. We are wondering if the results will be the same. Ask the children about the experiment and what their predictions are!Continue reading
Lapwings have been scientists! We planted cress. One pot was given water, sun and planted in soil. One was not watered. One was put in a cupboard, so didn’t get much sun and finally one was planted in sand instead of soil. We were surprised by the results!Continue reading