Welcome to Year 1/2!
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Read about what we have been doing so far.
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As part of our 'Humans' science topic, we conducted an investigation to answer the question;
At what distance can you read letters on an eye chart?
We found out that our eyes are all different. We saw the letters at different distances to each other.
Another glorious sunny day for Forest School. The children this week enjoyed playing ‘Colour Bingo’ which involved finding different coloured natural objects to match to their bingo card. They then explored further to find leaves of different shapes and sizes.
The rain held off for another wonderful session of Forest School for Yellow Class. The children explored the area to find items of different colours and unusual items. They then worked in pairs to create a picture to illustrate something they had done during lock down, using items they found in Forest School. Pictures included a mountain, a campsite, a barge and even marshmallows on a stick! Roll on the next session!
The sun shone brightly for Yellow Class’s first Forest School session with Mr Anderson. They learned the rules to enable them to navigate Forest School safely and to ensure they also took care of and respected the nature around them.
After that they were then free to explore for themselves and discover the many habitats in Forest School. The children were extremely enthusiastic and asked many excellent questions to find out more.
The children then worked in pairs and were given a ‘dinosaur’ that they were asked to build a home for, using many natural resources they could find lying around Forest School. Features such as shelter, warmth and comfort were considered, with one lucky dinosaur having a climbing frame in the home!
The children had great fun and look forward to Forest School sessions every Tuesday until Christmas – whatever the weather!