Today we made a fresh fruit salad with mint. It was delicious. We chopped different fruits up and added freshly chopped mint. As we cut up the fruits we talked about how they were the same but different. We also talked about why fruit is good for us. The fruit salad was delicious. The mint was scrumptious!
Which fruits would you add to a fresh fruit salad?
Teddy wants a scarf to keep home warm but it must have a pattern on. We have learned about patterns so we can complete this maths challenge which Teddy set us. What pattern would you put on Teddy’s scarf?
We are enjoying using the internet to go on the school blog and Mathletics. This week we have been talking about how to stay safe and happy when we use the internet. This is very important. We watched a video, … Continue reading →
As our sponsored Skip is next week we are continuing to,practise our skipping skills. We have made a lot of progress since we began practising at the start of this term. As well as enjoying our skipping, we are learning … Continue reading →
Today we have been talking about the differences between natural and man made materials. We collected a range of natural materials including leaves, Sticks, fir cones and moss then used these to make a collage. We enjoyed using our senses … Continue reading →
This week we are practising using scissors to cut as well as talking about patterns. As we are learning about Sockthing, one of `kipper’s toys, we asked to make a Sockthing. We decided that we wanted to use card and … Continue reading →
We were so excited today when we found a worm on our playground. We looked at the worm closely and talked about what we could see. Then we talked about how, to care for the worm, we needed to put it in soil. After carefully placing the worm in the garden we watched it slowly ‘tunnel’ it’s way into the soil.
As we are learning about herbs we made cheese and herb scones today. We learned to ‘rub’ butter into flour to make the scones. Then we added coriander – one of our favourite herb. The scones were delicious! As we … Continue reading →
Today, a large group of students form Harper Adams University came to visit our school. We have enjoyed working with Harper Adams University students for some years now. The students want to design an interactive game for us, as part of their studies, linked to the ‘field to fork’ agenda. Some of us were very brave and spoke to the students about what we have planted and cooked this year.