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Robinson and Wiggins class worked together this morning to complete their sponsored activity circuit. We are raising funds to support Mr Blakey who is running two half marathons this year to help fund a sensory room and equipment for our school. The children worked hard and showed great team work skills, encouraging each other when … Continue reading
We had a fantastic afternoon at the splash park. At first some of the children were a little unsure of the water but they soon got used to the splashing. It was a pleasure to be out with them and lovely to hear their laughter as we all got wet going through the fountains.
We had a fantastic day at the zoo with year one today. We spotted bears, lions, giraffes and zebras from the coach which was very exciting. Then we listened to a talk about the meerkats and learnt about habitats and how animals hide and survive in the wild. After our picnic we watched penguins swimming … Continue reading
We had a great morning making new friends and exploring at East Hunsbury Primary School. This was the first of what we hope will become regular meetings with Special Units in the local area.
All of Robinson Class have read or listened to all the books on the class book list towards the school’s 100 books for everyone scheme. Well done!
Robinson class have been working really hard talking about photos taken on some of our trips around Northampton. I am really proud of the writing the children have produced about their memories of the trips and what they can see in the photos. With support they all worked hard to spell new words and concentrated … Continue reading
On Thursday we made pizzas. The children chose their toppings and some tried some foods they thought they did not like such as pineapple and ham. We watched the cheese melt on the pizzas. They smelt delicious, I hope they were enjoyed at home. What would you like us to make next when we are … Continue reading
Last week we were excited to explore how the new bee bot cars worked. We experimented to find out how to make them move different distances and directions. We will be using them more in the future and work on programming them to reach particular places.
R We have been reading The Little Red Hen and decided to make some bread ourselves. The children enjoyed mixing the ingredients, squashing and banging the dough and pretending to be The Little Red Hen. The bread was then taken home to enjoy with families, it was delicious!
We had a really lovely morning in the local park searching for painted rocks that had been hidden as part of the ‘East Hunsbury Rocks’ project where people hide painted rocks for others to find . We even hid our own rocks after having lots of fun on the slide, swings and rolling down a … Continue reading