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The children in Year 2 and 3 have been focusing on creative art projects this week. They have designed, painted and used modelling clay to make a fish tank.
Here are some of our results.
Last week the children in Reception and Year 1 looked at different countries around the world. We visited Africa, India, Japan and Spain. The children heard an Indian folk tale – The Tiger Child, painting Japanese numbers, as well as looking at African and Rangoli patterns in maths. In the afternoons, the children created some African art and learned about different festival around the world, such as ‘Holi’ and ‘Kodomo no Hi’. Linked to these festival the children decorated Indian elephants and made carp kites, which they enjoyed flying during outdoor provision.
Week 11th May
This week the children in Y4/5/6 who have been in school have been learning about the Savannah. We learned an accompaniment to, “I just can’t wait to be king”, using chime bars and drums.
We hope you enjoy the video.
Week of 27th April
For the last few days, we have had a robot theme in Reception and Year 1. We read No-Bot (The robot with no bottom) by Sue Kendra, drew our favourite part from the story and made split pin robots. We then made 3D robots during outdoor play. We have also made Numicon robots to practise our addition and number bond skills and used our programming skills to instruct the Bee-Bots. We have had lots of fun and as treat, we made buns.
Our children have been busy this week sending positive images to all staff at the Nightingale Hospital, we hope you enjoy the images.
On Monday 14th April, Years 4, 5 and 6 have been replicating Spring Artwork based on the work of illustrator, Catherine Rayner. We think it is wonderful, below are a few pictures.
Here are some of the activities the children got up to on Wednesday 8th April.
The children and staff have been busy tidying the school gardens, below are a few photographs to show the progress:-
Friday 27th March
The children have been busy creating a St Vincent’s ‘Rainbow of Hope’ today. We hope everyone is keeping safe at home.
Our Reception and Year 6 children had a lovely time during their Teddy Bears’ Breakfast on Friday 21st February. We made a name tag for our bear, a teddy mask, read some teddy books and coloured in some teddy pictures. After introducing our bears and talking about what they liked, we enjoyed a lovely Teddy Bear breakfast, with toast and jam, teddy crisps, fruit and milk. Reception were then given a teddy bear chocolate crispy cake to take home. Enjoy the pictures.
The Reception boys and girls would like to say a HUGE thank you to their Year 6 PALS for the Christmas party that they hosted yesterday. The Y6 Pupils devised games, which they thought the Reception pupils would enjoy, they arranged party prizes and songs, which they would like dancing to. The most special part of the day was the individualised Christmas Eve boxes that each child in Year 6 lovingly made for a Reception pupil. The Reception children loved these and are so excited to open them on Christmas Eve. We hope the Y6 children liked the Christmas decoration we made for them just as much. We greatly appreciate all the thought that went into planning the Christmas party and the time spent ensuring the children had fun. Everyone had a brilliant afternoon and we can’t wait for our next PALS event.
On Wednesday 11th December the children of Reception, Year One and Two were entertained with a play based on Hans Christian Anderson’s stories. It was a magical, storytelling experience of the well-known classics and thoroughly enjoyed by all.
We had a wonderful visitor at our Christmas Fair on Friday 29th November, none other than Father Christmas!! He was making a “pit stop” on his way to Lapland. The children loved meeting him. We hope you enjoy some of the photographs taken on the evening.
Some of our years have celebrated the end of their dance topic in PE. Enjoy a few pictures from some of our year groups.
We are delighted to inform you with our non-uniform day on Friday 15th November, and wristband sales, we raised a fantastic £486.73 for Children In Need. Thank you so much to everyone for your generosity.
Also as part of Children in Need, Year 1 took part in “The Big Morning Move” during their PE session. The children had lots of fun with Joe Wicks and Pudsey doing a workout.
We hope you enjoy the photographs.
Our children celebrated Maths Week last week. We hope you enjoy the picture below from a few of our classes.