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This week the children have been reading the story of Little Red Hen. We talked how the wheat grew, remembering what we have learnt about Harvest. We also talked about being kind to our friends and working together to get … Continue reading
We are SUPERHUMANS! KS1 worked in house teams to learn about the body for our Entry Point. We created a balanced and healthy food plate. We had fun drawing round our friends and labelling the body. We performed different exercises … Continue reading
Year 1 loved making brains for our Brainwave Entry Point! We learnt about 3 different parts of the brain and why they are important. We used salt dough to make our brain!
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Reception had the most AMAZING time at Knowsley Safari Park. We saw lots of different animals and were lucky enough to see the tigers and the wolves (which we were told are very good at hiding and do not usually … Continue reading
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We have now started our new unit of Animals and really looking forward to our trip to Knowsley Safari Park on Wednesday. This week we will be learning about different animals and writing the facts that we learn. Our reading … Continue reading