Our WOW Afternoon.
Thank you to Mrs Georgy and Baby Eli for coming to talk to us about babies and how children grow. Thank you for answering all of our questions.
Pictures to follow
We used the green screen and talked about the people who are important to us. We know we are very lucky to have lots of grown ups who care and love us.
Stay and Play
The Crunching Munching Caterpillar
Our World Book Day!
With a colour theme from 'The day the Crayons Quit'!
We read the story 'The Giant Jam Sandwich and enjoyed making one for a Great British Book-Bake Off competition!
We can build CVC words :)
The children described ways in which they are special, focussing particularly on character.
Don't forget to let love in!!
Forest School - Group 1
Wednesday 23rd January 2019
Forest School - Group 2
Wednesday 30th January 2019
Born in a Barn
The children have used mirrors to explore and test their reflections.
Talk Homework - What is a reflection?
This week in our number work we have been thinking about the words more, greater, fewer and less than?
Pizza making at The Pack.
We all had a fantastic time, we learnt how to make a delicious pizza and how to stay safe in a kitchen.
A big well done to all the children for being extremely well behaved. We are very proud teachers!!
We went on a number hunt outside to help Jack Frost solve a problem.
We all made a special wand to help Jack Frost.
Jack Frost came back with a very special wand, He also left us something very excting to investigate.
(Ask your child all about it)
Click on the link to access Blackburn with Darwen's Local Offer site.
You can find information on supporting children and young people with SEND aged 0-25 and their families.
Feather Duster Winners!!!
For keeping our classroom extremely clean and tidy all week.
Well done Early Years!!
Our 1st visit to St Cuthbert's Church for Harvest.
Click on the pencil for more phonic updates.
Click on the leaf below to find out what we have been learning about Autumn.
This week the children used the Ipads to take pictures of numbers around our school environment.