What a fantastic week the Robins have had. On Tuesday I walked into the staffroom and saw the brightest, most beautifully coloured shed I have ever seen! As I was sat I could hear the children freely using similes to describe colours like ‘ look at this yellow it is as bright as the sun and the green is as green as the grass’ … just fantastic and so lovely to hear! They have also been hanging out their socks to describe and make pattern in maths as well as some children counting the socks in pairs- using their skill of counting in twos and applying it to a real life situation. Super!!
A range of work this week from Larks showing their creative, broad and balanced curriculum. We have some marvelous mathematicians in there. The children take such pride in their work. Well done Larks.
Some lovely outdoor learning for Swifts this week. Time to focus on their minds and well- being and exploring feelings such as anxiety and stress, feeling overwhelmed and sad. The Swifts shared their worries then wrote them on a piece of paper, crumpling them to make them small but also recognising some feelings we have to learn to manage and find ways to help us cope the best we can. Wonderful.
Owls have spent time this week at home and at school thinking about what it means to do something selfless and acting justly. They have been making cakes for neighbours, sorting clothes for charity and thanking people who help us. Fantastic Owls- so important now more than ever at a time where others rely so much on people like us to give. Well done.