Merry Christmas Everyone!
It has been a wonderfully festive week filled with lots of Christmas treats. We had our Nativity show on Wednesday which the children were really proud to share with you. We were so proud of them for creating such a spectacular show, considering it was written and acted out with very little adult support it was quite a feat.
We have also been making Christmas wreaths using greenery from the local area, have made chocolate reindeer cakes, Christmas cards, and even had a Christmas movie and popcorn session. Our week was finished off with a lovely service in the church.
When we come back to school in the New Year, we will be learning about the following:
Maths - Place Value as well as Addition and Subtraction but we are doing it within 20 this term.
English - RWI Phonics
Science - Seasons and Weather
History - Explorers and Adventurers
Art - Exploring Colour
RE - Who is Jewish and how do they live?
Computing - Rocket to the Moon
PSHE - Keeping Myself Safe
Everything allowing, we will still be continuing our regular singing sessions with Anna.
PE - we will be continuing to have Saints teach PE on a Monday and then follow REAL PE for our lessons on Wednesdays.
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Although the coming of Christmas is very exciting, it also makes it an incredibly busy time of the year. We have spent a lot of this week practising for the Nativity and are really looking forward to sharing the dress rehearsal with the children in school on Tuesday and performing to family and friends on Wednesday.
In amongst the nativity practices, we have been enjoying lots of learning, most excitingly woodland school this morning. Thank you so much for sending the children in with such warm clothes, with the temperatures we are experiencing, hats, scarfs, gloves and thick coats are very much appreciated. We ensure that the children have plenty of time ahead of going out to play so that they can layer up. It was noted today that we were one of the most prepared groups for woodland school so thank you for that!
The children had a wonderful time with Kael and enjoyed making beautiful pieces of artwork with the nature they could find around them. There are photos below, please do show these to your children and they can tell you about what they have produced!
Hope you have a lovely weekend, enjoy the Christmas Fayre if you are coming and keep warm!
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