What a busy half term it has been in Acorns! In year 1 we have enjoyed finishing off our Great Fire of London topic and producing some fantastic Tudor houses. We have also been budding artists this term exploring with hot and cold colours to create our own artistic master pieces and recreate London back in 1666 when the Great Fire roared! In reception we have also been very busy learning all about the Easter story and planting our very own Easter Garden and re-enacting the last supper with the substitution of Ribena for wine!
The whole class did a brilliant job in their class worship celebrating ‘World Poetry Day’ with great Dr Seuss recitals from year 1 and a fantastic rhyming poem from reception. They have also been learning all together about the seasons and investigating the different weathers we experience throughout the year. This topic then led into science day where we went on different journeys including, a nature trail and a journey back in time to create our own dinosaurs!
We finished this half term with a fantastic trip to Corfe Castle and the model village which all the children thoroughly enjoyed. The new summer term sees an exciting new topic of amazing animals and their habitats, more outings exploring our environment, outdoor maths learning for reception and Phonics screening preparation for year 1, looking forward to it!
Please have a look at our special Acorns Class Gallery below to see some of the work we have been doing .....