Musical workshops with Coda Music
Our Wonderful visit to Longdown Dairy Farm
Art Week in Reception
This year our inspiration for Art Week came from our topic on minibeasts. The children focused on a range of printing and painting techniques such as bubble printing, string block printing and the creation of painted textures to mention just a few. We looked carefully at the textures and patterns that we could see on different minibeasts and the children had lots of ideas of how to recreate these using different methods. There was also a fantastic opportunity to talk about the work of different artists such as that of Henri Matisse and Eric Carle. The children were so proud of their finished pieces of art that were displayed in our school Art Exhibition!
Reception Teddy Bears' Picnic - Spring 2018
On Thursday the children in Reception all had fun at the Teddy Bears Picnic. In the morning we were all busy making marmalade sandwiches and chocolate crispie cakes. In the afternoon we all got together in the hall to share the food that we had made – some liked it more than others!
“I really like marmalade.” “It’s just like jam.” “It tastes like oranges”.
We hope that all the teddies had a fun day at school.
The Reception Team.
The Reception Teddy Bears' Picnic
Reception have had a busy term - please enjoy looking at all our learning!
We had fun guessing who was behind the costume on World Book Day!
Kingfishers have been learning about measuring.
Janet, our school nurse, visited to measure our height, sight and hearing.
Exploring puddles and ice!
Some of our children dressed up to make St David's day very special.
Kingfishers enjoyed independent writing on World Book Day.
Reception have been creating "family trees".
Look at all these amazing models and paintings we have made! Robins created a Collaborative Model linked to their story of the week (Lost and Found).
The children have been practising their balancing in gymnastics.
The children have had great fun in tennis, supported by our tennis coach, developing hand / eye co-ordination skills and sending and receiving the ball.
Look at our observational drawings of the beautiful daffodils outside our classrooms, linked to our theme of "Growing and Changing". (Spring has arrived!)
We have been learning about how plants grow and we are very clever at naming plant parts.
Swallows used a paint program on the computer to create these beautiful flowers.
We went on a Bear Hunt - we weren't scared!