On our last moring before we broke up for the Easter holidays Reception came to school to find our classroom had been invaded! There was straw, hay and little pellets around the classroom along with a very special letter. We also found some rather large white powdery footprints. After some investigating and close observation we soon realised that we had been visited by the Easter Bunny because we had worked so hard this term for Mrs Robinson!
We were instructed to find our eggs in the outdoor area which were hidden inside plastic eggs with our initials on. We had a very exciting time and helped each other find our special eggs.
Reception have been very fortunate to receive a visit from our local farm shop 'Lodge Cottage Farm Shop', Alison was so very kind to bring in lots of different fruits, vegetables, cheese and eggs which are all sourced locally. We even got to try some.. Yum Yum !
We have learnt so much about the different produce and how Alison works in her shop that we have set up our own Farm Shop role play area. We are enjoying weighing, selling, tasting and painting the different fruits and vegetables this week.
Reception had an amazing school trip to Canon Hall Farm, some of our favourite memories were; watching the cows being milked, placing bets on the sheep race and seeing the piglets with their mummy's.
Have a look at our pictures below and pop into the classroom to see our amazing 'On The Farm' Class Book we have created.
Please find below Audio Tracks for our Christmas Production for the children to practise at home
Such excitement in Reception On Wednesday 5th October. A tiny box was found in our classroom. When we opened it we found it was full of fairy dust! In amongst the dust was a tiny letter written to reception from the fairies! They told us they were getting so cold and wet and asked if we could make them some fairy houses to keep them warm and dry in the winter. We knew that year 3 knew all about making houses and so reception and year 3 worked together to create the most wonderful fairy houses! Please follow the link below to see some photographs on the y3 page.