We have been busy today, making a new home for the worms of Corpus Christi.
We made a wormery using gravel, soil, sand and leaves.
After we searched our Forest School for some worms.
We hope they enjoy their new home.
As many of you may know, over the past year, our friend Ronnie has been receiving treatment for leukaemia at Manchester Children's Hospital. Our recent fundraising event consisted of a 30minute danceathon lead by Leesa Vain's Dance Academy. We managed to raise the fantastic amount of £546.92 which we presented to staff at the hospital today. Phillipa kindly showed...
This week in Forest School we have been hunting for dinosaurs. We collected dinosaur bones and used our fantastic counting skills to count the bones. We pretended to be archaeologists and dug for bones which we then put back together to make the skeleton of the dinosaur. After this we helped Doris the dinosaur by looking in the forest...
Look who has arrived... meet the new members of the Robin family: Lola, Lilly, Lulu, Peter and Pedro.
Robin Class are very excited to see what might happen.
What might happen to these tiny creatures?
Every day we observe and discuss the changes.
Look at the size of them now... only one week later!
Watch this space to...
Today in Forest school we went on a number hunt in the forest and when we had found all the numbers we tried to sequence them in the right order . Afterwards we talked all about worms and learnt lots of different facts about them. Did you know a worm breathes through his skin ? We decided to build...