The children have been combining different media, such as playdough and other natural materials to make their own Autumn creations.
The Ducklings have been very imaginative and creative, pretending to make their own pumpkin soup!
The Ducklings have enjoyed investigating rolling conkers down slopes of different heights.
We have been very lucky to have one of our lovely older pupils to come and teach us a bit of sign language each week. Ask them to show you what they have learnt at home.
Look at the gallery here...https://www.carletongreen.lancs.sch.uk/photo-galleries/ducklings-learn-sign-language
We have had a really exciting day in Herons today!
We were given the challenge of making up brand new games for the playground.
First we practised lots of different playground games with our friends. We read instructions and took turns to play games. After that, we teamed up in groups of 3…
Today, year 5 and 6 had a talk with Mrs McGrath about Romeo our school dog.
Romeo is going to be our school therapy dog. He will help us with our learning. Romeo will help us read and turn our pages in our books.
Romeo will help anxious children this may include helping them in exams.
Last week, as part of our 'Survival' topic, we spent some time using the internet to find out about Bear Grylls. We will use this information to write our biographies. Perhaps you have done some more research at home. What is the most interesting fact that you found out?
In Mathematics this week the children are working on open ended activities to measure the height and weight of Autumn vegetables. Here, the boys are placing vegetables in height order after weighing them using scales.
On Thursday and Friday of next week (18th and 19th October) Kestrels class will be making some models as part of our D.T> and Science work.
Please can you try and collect over the weekend and early next week as much material as you can and bring into school on Thursday.
Material that will…
PALs worked really hard last night to look at setting up games and playing them ready to teach the younger children.
What did you enjoy about last night? What games did you set up and why? How do you think you will adapt it when teaching the younger children?