Having mastered the art of pastry making by rubbing flour and butter together we moved onto scones. Measuring in ml accurately was a problem but we got there in the end! Delicious :)
We were really lucky to have Zoe come and light the campfire for Golden time. Hot Choc and popping corn. Yummy.
Well done everyone who came to dance at the festival you were magnificent!
It was the last cookery of term and to show off our skills we cooked a full meal and had pudding. We had such a lovely time and chatted as we ate.
Well done to all those that took part this year, we are so proud of you all for taking part and well done on a medal. More photographs of the Year 5/6 races to follow
Our Infant Craft Club involves designing, painting, cutting, sticking, weaving, printing – in fact anything crafty you can think of!
I said “in the bowl!?”
Today we made rainbow kebabs. Can you think of which fruit we used for the different colours? We have learnt to use sharp knives and peelers. at the end we tasted the left over fruit and found out we liked some fruit we didn’t know.
We thought you might like to see some pictures of us dosey-do’hing our partners, galloping, skipping and generally have a good time. It is exhausting- but good fun.
The country dancing festival is happening on the 30th March at Stratford Park this year. I’ll let you know more details when I can. I hope you can all make it.
We have a fantastic time playing games with Miss Sleep. It is lots of fun and we enjoy spending time with Miss Sleep as well as playing with different people and making new friends. It also allows us to learn strategies and take turns in a brilliant and exciting way.
Here is a little taster of some of the art produced at Martha Lightfoot and Hannah Dyson’s Sketch Book Club.