Welcome back!

posted 6 Nov 2020, 08:45 by Georgina Bradley
What an amazing first week back we've had. We have been so busy; the children have got straight back into the swing of things, and we have been lucky enough to welcome some new starters. What a treat to spot a double rainbow on our first day back too!
Being inspired by Bonfire night, we have been busy collecting wood and putting the garden to rest this week. We celebrated with a camp fire and put 10 sizzling sausages in the pan. The children whittled their own sticks before prodding the cooked sausages on the end of their sticks. Yum! Some hot chocolate went down well too.

We have also explored sound this week and have had a go at making firework noises in lots of different ways. We went on a drumming walk around school, made our own instruments and performed on the stage. What else...well, we had a big delivery of tree stumps, that was fun...rolling them down the bank and in place for our obstacle course. The children have been so resilient, practising jumping from one stump to another. We have also noticed a change in the weather and so have made a cosy Autumn blanket to keep us warm...keep your eyes peeled for more on this next week. 

Welcome to our new starters, making new friends, rolling tree stumps
Obstacle Course fun


Collecting wood, whittling sticks and cooking sausages on the fire


Making music and performing

Making our Autumn Blanket


Planting bulbs

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