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We have enjoyed writing our own adventure stories and designing the book covers for them based on the story ‘Supertato’ by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet

We are so proud of our seascapes based upon work by J.M.W. Turner

We have been learning about money through role play at our class shop

We have been learning about algorithms and had lots of fun being challenged playing the Bee-Bot game.

We had lots of fun in the snow.

The Easter Bunny left us a number of maths based challenges to complete and we had lots of fun!

We went exploring our local area looking for signs of spring.

We made our own African drums and used African inspired patterns to decorate them.

In science we investigated which habitat woodlice prefer; dark and damp, dark and dry, light and damp or light and dry. Our conclusion was they prefer dark and damp habitats.

As part of our Africa topic we have enjoyed using the drums to learn about rhythm.

We enjoyed guessing 'who's behind the mask'!

In science we enjoyed exploring the nature reserve looking for minibeasts.

Christmas party day

Christmas Jumper Day

Snow at Quadring

Robins class enjoyed making Christingles as well as taking part in the school virtual Christingle service

Look at how well our cress seeds have grown

Today we enjoyed looking at how our seeds and bulbs had grown.

As part of Remembrance Day we weaved our own poppies to help us remember the soldiers who lost their lives at war.

When learning about Autumn we researched hedgehogs and then made our own out of natural materials found in Autumn.

As part of our 'My Family' topic we designed and made our own Coat of Arms

We have been learning about place value this week using dienes to help us represent tens and ones.

As part of our plants topic in science we have been planting seeds and bulbs to help us investigate what they need to grow best.

As part of our BLP day based around the book 'The Dot' by Peter H. Reynolds we went outside and investigated/ estimated how may droplets/ dots of water it would take to cover different size dots.

Robins class have enjoyed taking part in the Daily Mile

We have enjoyed being in our new class outdoor area

Robins enjoying the new outdoor equipment

Welcome Back

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Here is a little video that shows you and your children how they will come into school tomorrow as well as the amazing new outdoor area that has been created for Robins class over the summer and the classroom set up. We can not wait to welcome the children back to school :)
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