Welcome to Foundation 1 - Darwin
G0-Ride -end of bike riding lessons celebration
We all got a special certificate from our teacher Richard stating that
WE ARE SUPERB BIKE RIDERS!
HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE ! We had a surprise visit from the Easter Bunny
Our mums and dads came to help us find eggs that the EASTER BUNNY had hidden in the garden
We found 40 eggs!
We also made some Easter cakes and decorations to share them with our families during Easter
Sowing cress seeds
Sports Relief Day
Penalty shootout and space hopper race
Hula -hoop challenge
Balancing skill challenge
Bean Game-jumping bean , runner bean, baked bean, jelly bean and frozen bean
-we were all full of beans on Friday
We have been experimenting with different textures and materials:
British Science Week in the Nursery
Making and playing with Oobleck cornstarch ( non-Newtonian fluid which acts like both a solid and a liquid)
Outside we made different colours and size of bubbles
Paper aeroplanes -we investigated different types and designs
The Nursery children sang a special song for their mums.
" Just like one and one make two you love me and I love you!"
We drank a toast to our wonderful mums with a cup of strawberry and banana smoothie!
Story Time. This month our Guest Reader was Mr Mills.
Our local Police Officer.
Mr Mills showed us how to take notes
We all had a go at taking notes like a policeman.
Good Morning Breakfast and Story,,, and Pancake Day celebration!
Our guest reader was Miss ODonoghue
Mix a pancake, stir a pancake
Toss a pancake
Eat a pancake
The winners of Mums' Pancake Tossing competition. .Congratulations :)
Go -Ride We started bicycle riding lessons
Whether it’s a spin in the back garden, splashing through puddles in the park or tearing around a local pump track: cycling is an essential part of growing up.
Good Morning Story & Breakfast
Year 6 boys were our first Guest Readers this year.
First Forest School in 2018! :) We had to dress well as it was very cold.
We found lots of shapes in the garden
We played with and fed our guinea pigs
We have started our daily Dough Disco activities
What is dough disco?
Dough disco involves moulding dough in time to music and performing different actions such as rolling it into a ball, flattening it, putting each individual finger into the dough, rolling it into a sausage and squeezing it.
Why do dough disco?
This activity helps to strengthen children's fine motor muscles to enable them to develop their pencil grip which in turn will help to develop their writing skills. But most of all it's fun !
Christmas time in the Nursery
Nursery Christmas Party
A visit from Father Christmas with presents for everyone!
Christmas Performance for our parents and families
Decorating our school Christmas Tree
Story time -guest reader Mr Hallam, our site manager, read us a Christmas story
We are getting better at writing
Good Morning Breakfast and Story Time with Mr Gray
Children in Need. decorating Pudsey biscuits.
Making Carrot Cupcakes
We dug out five carrots from our garden
We shared one with our guinea pigs
Mrs Walker grated the carrots
Everyone had a go at stirring the ingredients
Icing our cupcakes. We all tried one cake and also took one home to share with our families
Do not worry we are ok. Mrs Walker went on the First Aid course and brought some bandages . We pretended we were poorly and had bandages on our legs, arms and heads.
Maths - learning about patterns
Finger gym - look how well we concentrate
Children in Need. We came to school dressed up and decorated Pudsey biscuits
2017- Autumn 1
Our First School Dinner
We are making green playdough
We are learning how to share
We know how to line up and how to be good listeners
We love Finger Gym! It helps strengthen our hand muscles- ready for writing
We brush our teeth everyday
Learning our rhyme of the week- Hickory Dickory Dock!
Open evening with parents
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