Well, another busy week has flown by. On Wednesday, a science expert demonstrated experiments in an extremely humorous manner. "How could eyes be closed, and bright flashes of light observed...?" It was a lovely, lively start to the day.
On Thursday the children's art work was displayed in the Hall, which was bulging with parents, at 3.30pm. The comments were very positive, and parents seemed delighted to purchase samples of their children's artwork.
Rabbits have been "lighting up" their classroom, and investigating circuits. I think quite a few now feel they would like to be electricians!
Squirrels and Otters have been investigating "Special Times", and produced some attractive Seder plates of food, henna hand prints and cards for Eid and Diwali.
Hedgehogs say they have been working on 2D shapes... but when observed seemed to be tasting crispy bites... in a variety of shapes though, which could only be eaten once the properties had been listed!
Badgers have been creating elaborate Rangoli patterns this week, and also looking at fables during literacy. They are very much looking forward to their trip to Hampton court next week.
Next Tuesday, there is a Sharing Assembly, when children share their achievements in the School Hall. Friday is a closure day, and the following week is half term, returning on 2nd November. Enjoy the "rest!"