On superhero day, children had a surprise visit from our local firefighters. Children learnt lots about how they keep us safe and we even squirted water from the hose! We also did a firefighter dance and had a sneaky peek inside the engine while the lights and sirens were going. It was great fun!
This week, in Upper Foundation, children have been using their phonics skills and super hero lights to read secret missions from Super Bat! Children really enjoyed trying to guess what each other’s mission was from the actions they gave.
This half term, children have jumped into the role of the paramedic in our ambulance role-play area. Children have been rushing to the aid of their patients and carrying some great first aid work!
This week, Mr Jelly and Mr Strong called on the children to help them solve problems involving weight. We had to work out which objects were heavier or lighter by using the weighing scales.
The children did a fantastic job and were able use our key words heavier or lighter to describe the weight of an object. Most children could also tell me how they knew an object was heavier or lighter!
This week, the children in our Foundation Stage were lucky enough to watch the pantomime Aladdin! The children really enjoyed the show and loved joining in with the singing and dancing.
Children in Upper Foundation have really been enjoying both our outdoor and indoor PE sessions. In outdoor PE, children have been getting better at balancing a bean bag on different parts of their body! Some children could even move around the playground whilst doing this!
Tesco recently visited Upper Foundation in relation to our ‘Commotion in the Ocean’ topic. Children were able to taste a range of different fish. We learnt lots about the different fish, where they live and their features. We even held some; they were really smelly!