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  • Road crossing dsci1061

    PC Underwood came today to teach how to cross a road safely. We had to STOP, LOOK and LISTEN. We had to do these things the whole way across the road not just whilst we were waiting.

  • The heavens dsci1089

    What a lovely walk we had to the Heavens. We saw bluebells, primroses and violets. We lay on the woodland floor and looked through the tree branches at the blue sky and the shapes they made. What will it be like when we return later this month?

  • Chicks dsci0982

    On Friday the chicks came to visit. They are now 3 days old and measure 10cm. we got to hold them and found out how fluffy they were. some of us did not like the feel of their feet and claws.

  • Wheat to bread dsci0735

    We were very lucky last week to have a visit from Tamsin. She works for Stroud Valley Project. She came to school to show us how to plant wheat seeds so that they would grow. We put a net up to stop the pesky squirrel. If the wheat is successful we will be able to harvest it in August and mill it in September to make harvest bread.

  • Owls dsci0668

    Have you ever wandered what an owl eats? Well today we found out. We open up a pellet which had been regurgitated up or pucked as Marlon suggested! We found numerous bones and skulls including that of a shrew.

  • Snow White pantomime pantocol1

    Here are some of the fabulous photographs of the pantomime taken by Toni Wickens.

  • Design 023

    In all our topics we try to design, make and test our ideas. This week we tried to make a house for the Three Little Pigs that we could not blow down. We had to guess what would happen before we blew it. Some of us wanted to change our answers so we were right but being wrong is part of the learning process. If we F.A.I.L it is a First Attempt In Learning.

  • Design

    In all our topics we try to design, make and test our ideas. This week we tried to make a house for the Three Little Pigs that we could not blow down. We had to guess what would happen before we blew it. Some of us wanted to change our answers so we were right but being wrong is part of the learning process. If we F.A.I.L it is a First Attempt In Learning.

  • bird watching 021

    today we went to watch the birds in the garden. Guess what we saw?

  • I sent a letter........ 001

    Mysteriously a balloon landed in the school garden. It had a message RETURN TO SENDER. We decided to write some letters asking some questions. Fingers crossed they reply.

  • Can you build a snowman? 001

    Finally a snow day. Our class were so excited to have snow. The last time they saw snow was when they were 2 years old. So we looked for animal tracks, made a mini snowman, had a snowball fight and had hot chocolate. What more can a child want!

  • Can you build a snowman?

    Finally a snow day. My class were so excited. Last time they saw snow was when they were 2 years old. So we looked for animal tracks, made a mini snowman, had a snowball fight and returned to class for hot chocolate. What more could a child want!

  • Reading challenge accepted 047

    The Amethyst class reading challenge is up and running. The first contenders have 2 super powers and racing to jump in the book of Super readers. Pop in and have a look. Keep reading.

  • Bedtime story 024

    What a lovely evening we had last night. Thank you to all the parents who brought their children back especially those parents who helped out to make the event run smoothly. Can you believe the clouds parted and we could see the moon and stars high up above.

  • Forest school on a cold and frosty afternoon. 189

    Today we went in search of changes to the season. We took photos to show the frost and ice. We decided that river didn’t freeze because it was moving, that the creatures in the pond would survive and the heart bubble was incredible. It was only 1 degree and we were well wrapped up. Then we made a rustic Christmas tree. I wander if any in the church tomorrow will look as beautiful as ours.

  • Big Draw 2016 077

    A big thank you to the lovely parents who invited us to the Big Draw. The theme was Steam. The children had examples of steaming cog driven machines.

  • Watch out there's a Superhero about! 018

    Look around and see if a Superhero has been in and secretly done a good turn for you.

  • Museum 031

    Have you ever been to the museum. You really must go………it’s free. We played old school yard games with a rope and hoops, held delicate objects wearing white gloves, followed a toy trail and made spinners. All led by our lovely teacher Anne from the museum,

  • Diwali 001

    On Monday we celebrated Diwali, finding out about the week long festival held by Hindus. We dressed in fine clothes, shared food and sweets we had made and found out about the story of Rama and Sita. I hope you all saw our huge Rangoli pattern welcoming you to class this week.

  • Teddy Bear's Picnic 066

    Today we went down to Capel’s Mill to have a picnic. We were so lucky to have Zoe light the camp fire and have hot chocolate. We then had to go on a trail and look for 5 well known cartoon bears. How lovely having so many families come to join us.

  • Capel's Mill 022

    We had a fantastic first visit to Capel’s Mill with beautiful weather. We explored, climbed and collected.Hope you can join us next week.
    PS the children took the pictures too!

  • Addition 034

    This weeks focus has been addition. We have been learning to recognize ‘+’ and ‘=’, to write number sentences and to count on from a given number. Look and see how many ways we have been doing this. I think we are pretty good now. Ask your child some mental maths questions.

  • Challenge 2 063

    One marshmallow and one strand of uncooked spaghetti. Could you make hold the marshmallow up in the air without touching it or holding the spaghetti? This is our attempt. One child sorted out what needed to be done but it was after a lot of marshmallow twiddling.

  • Blackberries wp_20160921_13_46_03_pro

    What a fantastic time we had at Forest School this week. Fully togged up against the weather we were surprised by lovely weather. For the first time we went to Capel’s Mill and over the ‘trip trap’ bridge into Rodborough Fields. The children stopped to play Pooh sticks. A first for many. then into to the fields to look for blackberries. Finally a good roll down the hill to finish off the day.

  • Challenge 1 061

    12 cocktail sticks and 8 Cranberries. Can you make a house for a lego man with a friend? Look how we got on. Iris and Iris were the successful builders. Jack and Henry realised you had to build it 3D and into a cube.

  • Roald Dahl day 041

    What a fantastic day we had. The children looked super in so many costumes, well done mums. We tasted chocolate and designed wrappers, made healthy fruit smoothies- instead of George’s medicine to get rid of Gran, created crocodile puppets and had such fun.


  • Class Blog:


    • No more chicks have hatched

      But the others have spent the weekend at Mrs Nicholls-Grey’s house.


    • The eggs have arrived

      Here is the link to view the live webcam broadcast of the chicken eggs.
      http://www.ustream.tv/channel/kET2emMdEmw


    • NEWSFLASH

      Unidentified flying object spotted in Stroud. Watch this space.


    • Spring is coming.

      This week we has the dubious job of emptying our compost bins into the vegetable garden. To our surprise they didn’t smell and we couldn’t spot any of the fruit and veg we had chucked in there over the last year! Time to plant.


    • bird feeders

      Thank goodness we made bird feeders at Forest School. We are going to take part in the RSPB bird watch. These freezing temperatures mean birds can’t find food as easily.


    • Reverse Advent Calendar

      A huge thank you to everyone who donated to the Food Bank. We will help feed over 100 families this Christmas.


    • Letter to Santa

      We posted a letter to Santa. Let’s hope it gets there on time!


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    • Autumn

      Hope your children are enjoying the lovely topic activities. Feels like Autumn has arrived so we need to have coats in school everyday. This week was the school council election. well done to Iris W and Francis for being voted in.


    • Week 3 - phonics

      Thanks everyone who came to the phonics lessons this week and for your kind feedback. The children were brilliant and showed how well they adapt to change as they get older. We realize that some of you cannot always attend these events and plan to have another session early next year.


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