Today we were lucky enough to have a visit from the Queen! We came to school dressed in our finest clothes and had a tea party! We spent the morning decorating the classroom and preparing the food, we made things such as; cucumber sandwiches, grapes and tomatoes. Thank you to all of the parents who came and who have supported us throughout this topic (including bringing in yummy food!)
This week we have been learning about Road Safety and how important it is to cross the road safely. We had a talk from PCSO Underwood and we went out and practiced crossing the road safely!
We had great fun today! We each made a new friend! A jelly baby! We gave them a name, a family, talked about their likes and dislikes, made them a house, took them to playgroup and read and sang to them! Some children chose to eat their friend at the end of the day and others chose to keep them! It was great to see so much learning going on and those who do not always get involved, really getting stuck in!
Afternoon tea with the Queen
Children in Need
17 November 2017
For Children in Need today we all came in wearing spots! We learnt about where our money goes, why we have Children in Need and put our coins on Pudsey. We had a Spelling Bee which was great fun and the children learnt lots of tricky words, I was really proud of everyone for giving it a try and trying their hardest. Well done to our two children who got through to the final!
10 November 2017
This term we are lucky enough to have PE with Vinny from Kick off Stroud, we have been working on our rolling skills, developing new skills and learning new games.
08 September 2017
What a fantastic start we have had in Rainbow class. All the children have settled in brilliantly and have had a really positive attitude to school. It has been lovely getting to know them and meeting you all. Reading books are coming home and they are keen to start moving around the reading racetrack! Forest school will start on Thursday and PE will be on Monday afternoons. Any questions please do not hesitate to talk to me! Miss McLaughlin