Enjoying our reading

Tim and Lauren enjoyed spending some time in Reception today reading the story ‘Dinosaur Roar!’ to the children.

The children really enjoyed listening to the story and asked some very sensible questions.

Which dinosaur was your favourite?

Expression and feelings

We are looking at how we might show our feelings using our facial expressions. Sometimes we can easily tell how someone is feeling – other times it can be quite hard.

Can you tell what we may be feeling from these expressions?

Sponsored Run

Today we went on our sponsored run around the school field and playground.

We are raising money for Operation Christmas Child.

How did the run make you feel.

Using a protractor

We ahem been measuring angles. Harjot is helping show us how to measure accurately using a protractor.


We have replanted our seeds today. Hopefully we will still have enough good weather.

Can you remember what plants need to grow healthily?


We have thought about goals we are going to try and achieve over this term.

What are your goals? How will you achieve them?

Brain Health

These are the 5 pillars we are thinking about when we are looking after our brain health.

What do you think you do for each of the pillars?

Science investigation

We are trying to see if we can grow new plants without using seeds. Here we have cut the stem at a 45˚ angle and have placed it in water. We think the stem may begin to grow roots and we can then plant this in soil.

We hope we will then have another plant we have grown from the ‘parent plant’.


Roman style cake

Today we followed a recipe to make a roman style cake.

Seaside Habitats

Jack has brought in a range of shells he found at the beach. Each one of these is a home to a different creature.


Do you know what might have lived in these shells?