Winnie in Winter

Class 1 have been reading Winnie in Winter this week. They talked about Winnies feelings at different points throughout the story and discussed what had made her feel like that. They loved playing corners outside – they looked at a picture from the story and had to run to a face  of how they thought Winnie was feeling.

Leaf Man

This week the children read the story of Leaf Man. They then went outside and created their very own leaf creatures using natural objects. They had such good ideas and really used their imagination! A leaf creature has got to go where the wind blows...

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Superworm to the Rescue!

Class 1 worked so hard this week practicing their class assembly. They used their loud voices and did some great acting!

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Creative with clay

Class 1 have had so much fun this week exploring clay and creating their own creatures!

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Supertato to the Rescue!

The children have had so much fun making their very own ‘Supertato’ They designed their own and followed this to make their ‘Supertato’. They look fantastic!

We are Class 1!

This week Class 1 have been painting self portraits. They discussed what they looked like and decided on the colours they needed for their eyes and their hair. They look fabulous!


What an amazing final class assembly Class 1 did today! Such fabulous acting and loud voices!

Bog Baby!

The children have had so much fun thinking back to our trip last week and recreated Bog Baby using playdough and natural resources.

Hardwick Park Visit

This week Class 1 went on a trip to Hardwick Park. They had an amazing time! In the morning they listened to a story all about Bog Baby then got to go pond dipping to see if they could find a bog baby. They didn’t find one but found so many other pond creatures! After that they went on a hunt to find bog baby, following his blue ‘sneezes’. When they finally found bog baby they got to make their very own using clay and natural objects, they were brilliant!

In the afternoon they went on a sensory trail and drew the things they could see, hear, smell and feel. Then they went on a walk, collecting natural resources to make their own collage. Finally they used paper, string and ribbons to decorate a tree. A wonderful day!


The children have had lots of fun reading the story of Rapunzel this week and have written some brilliant descriptions of her in Literacy, read words from the stories and drew pictures to match and have even cut her spaghetti hair in our finger gym!