What a lot of fun Robins’ have had this week during our Arts Week. We were looking at the work of artist Henri Rousseau, in particular, Tiger in a Tropical Storm.
The children produced some fantastic art work, such as drawing and painting tigers, making tiger masks, sewing chameleons, symmetrical butterflies plus lots, lots more! The children also took part in a fabulous Tiger dance, along with the Chaffinches.
What a great week we have had!
During this half term, Robins have been very busy learning about life on a farm. We have read several stories which are set on a farm and have used lots of drama and role play to help us with our writing. In our Science lessons, we have found out that we can eat different parts of a plant; roots, stalks and leaves and we have been very brave, trying lots of different vegetables. We spent a lovely afternoon outside of school, looking at the wildlife and plants that are growing in our local area. We have performed the story of ‘The Little Red Hen’ and we have acted out ‘Rosie’s Walk’ in the playground. Finally, in our P.E lessons, we have learnt how to play golf and have created our own crazy golf course. We hope that you enjoy looking at just a few of the photos from this term and our video of ‘The Little Red Hen’.
Robins and Chaffinches would like to say a big thank you to ALL the people that look after them, especially at the moment. Please enjoy watching the short film, during which they share some thoughts about their lovely mummies. Apologies for some of the sound issues, filming zoom calls was an interesting experience but I hope that the sentiment comes across.
Have a lovely day!
We have been astounded by all the work that has been emailed to us from our learners at home – have a look at some of the wonderful work we have received via email – well done to you all!
We are missing you so much in school but look forward to seeing you all in our daily Zoom lessons – a huge thank you must go to our parents, carers and other grown ups for also taking part in our Zoom lessons and helping the children where needed – you’re doing a great job!
Creating London Landmarks – can you guess what they are?
Here is some of our Maths
Postcards to Aunt Lucy and our Fact Files about London
Homemade musical instruments
Finally – fun in the snow!
After our fantastic French lesson, I thought I would post the song and the game for you to listen to at home. The game will help you to practise counting in french and to learn the names of colours too. Enjoy!
A bientôt et gros bisous!