Wow what a brilliant day we have had at the farm! We started by visiting the guinea pigs, rabbits, goats, pigs and horses in the animal barn, then went to play on the big bouncy cushion! We played on the park, in the sand pits and ended by watching the sheep race! Despite the incredibly warm and sticky weather, the children behaved impeccably as always and had a fantastic time. Thank you to all the adults for their help.
What a brilliant day we have had at the farm today. The children behaved impeccably we are all really proud of you. We hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did, I think we’ll all sleep well tonight.
A huge thank you to our helpers we couldn’t do it without you.
What a fantastic day we have had at the farm! The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and their behaviour was exceptional! We have seen lots of animals, enjoyed a tractor ride and ran wild in the play areas! A special thanks to our helpers who have helped to keep us safe and to make sure we had a great time!
The Apples and oranges have had a fantastic day at the adventure farm. Thank you to everyone who came and helped us.
Mr Hunt’s class delivered their assembly this morning to promote National Healthy Eating Week. The children shared some of the fantastic work that we have been doing over the last few weeks, including creating our own dream menus, completing questionnaires about our food habits, graphing the results, cooking our own healthy pizzas and writing up how to make them!
For anybody who would like to make their own pizzas, the video below will show you how!
For other fantastic healthy eating recipes to try at home, please visit the following website:
A huge thank you to all of the parents, carers and friends who attended to support the children this morning.
Finally, a massive WELL DONE to all of the children who spoke clearly and confidently to deliver a great message for Healthy Eating Week. You were superstars!
How lovely to see the Y5 children sharing their learning with parents after school on Friday. Parents were shown our marshmallow catapults and our rockets, how to identify leaves from trees and how to count their fungiform papillae to determine whether they are super tasters. It was great to listen to the children speaking so confidently about their work.
This week, the Key Stage 2 children all made their own rocket car. After the initial test run, they all had to adapt/improve their cars before a retest on Friday. Almost all were better second time around. Well done everyone.
What a fantastic time year 3 have had during Science week. Thank you to all the children who have brought resources in from home and thank you, Mrs Carney!