We have had another busy, fun week this week.
On Wednesday we had our final massive maths session of the year. Some of us went into Year Two to work with Mrs O'Connor. In the Year One classroom, we turned a sports day activity into an opportunity to practice addition and subtraction and counting in 2s. We were very lucky to have some Year Six children help us with this. Click here to see photos from the session.
We visited the woodland area to create nature bracelets and listened to a story under the trees. We recapped the difference between deciduous and evergreen trees and found some common wild flowers to stick on our bracelets.
Our school performance Oliver! is taking place next week, so we have been spending some time rehearsing our songs. There is still time for you to book a ticket if you have not done so already. It is a fantastic show and all the children are having a great time taking part.
Mrs Spear told me they all had a great time during their morning in Year Two! She said the children behaved superbly during their transition morning into Year Two and had a fun time turning themselves into rock stars. In September, their class will be called Lennon Class following the same theme as this year with the 'Little People, Big Dreams' books.
I am sure they will tell you all about this over the weekend.