So little time so much to do


Posted by Class 1 | Posted in General News | Posted on 10-11-2017


The last week before half term we had a spooktacular week filled with Halloween activities and dressing up. We all came to school in our amazing scary costumes and even the staff dressed up too! The sensory corner had been transformed into a witches den and had lots of fun things to explore such as a pumpkin sensory basket, other fancy dress costumes to try and some creepy crawlies hiding in spiders webs.



We had a go at making some of our own spooky potions using fruit and a blender. The blueberries were spider bodies, the fruit juice was vampires blood, raspberries were little brains, oranges were slugs and bananas were chopped worms. It was very funny and very tasty!!!!

In the afternoon we had a party with food and party games then had a good old dance to some Halloween songs. What a great way to end the term.


Welcoming us back to our new term we had all the excitement of bonfire night. We watched some fireworks on the whiteboard and learnt how to make chocolate apples with Chloe. Melting, getting all sticky and decorating apples with marshmallows and sprinkles.


We even had a sneaky taste! We loveeee chocolate in class 1.

On Wednesday Jemma was teaching us numeracy all about measuring and weighing. We were measuring the length and weight of different objects and even ourselves.


To finish the week this week Chloe has been reading us a story called ‘Tiny seed’ By Eric Carle in Art. We have been looking at what colours we can see and having a go at our own paintings exploring colours and mixing.


Hope you have a lovely week


Weekend activity: Can you find lots of different colours in everyday objects whilst you are out and about this weekend?



The Class 1 Team

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