On the 11th November, Mrs Gilani did a workshop with Reception classes, to commemorate the soldiers who died in teh service of their country. The children learnt about the poppy flower, the significance of the poppy symbol, and that it represents war heroes.
Gardening activity: saving seeds from fresh food. LO: knowing that fresh fruit and vegetables produce seeds – investigating diffrent fruits and vegetables to find their seeds – learning how to extract and save seeds – – Why we do this? – What types of seeds there are? – Understanding the properties and textures of seeds. …
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As part of Heritage week, Reception learnt Morris dancing! We had lots of fun learning and remembering the dance routine.
Reception have been making jam sandwiches to celebrate Heritage Week. We have been using the knives to independently spread the butter and the jam.
Our Reception pupils were very excited to discover the potatoes growing in the EYFS playground planters!
This week in Early Years, children explored different types of seeds, dry and fresh, from vegetables and fruits. They were able to compare seeds for colour, size and shape. They also used their other senses to smell, touch and gain knowledge that some seeds can be eaten. They learnt that seeds that come …
On Wednesday 24th March our young gardeners from Bee Class planted some “mini meadow” seeds! They were so excited as these seeds will grow into beautiful flowers to attract our minibeasts. These seeds were donated by a parent, so many thanks to them! On the Roof Garden the children also explored inside the greenhouse …
There has been some fantastically fun learning taking place in Butterfly Class. – Iasmina enjoyed taking part in yoga using her gross motor skills. – Alice has been practicing her handwriting daily and learning new sounds in phonics. – Hadia, Muntasir and Samalie have demonstrated their artistic skills to create castles.
This half term Reception are learning about traditional tales. We have been busy creating our very own castles!