Life in the Ducklings is hard work! We all deserved a well-earned treat at the end of our Under the Sea topic! We all had a fabulous time and the weather was just perfect for us!
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Beach day proved to be a big success. The children enjoyed a range of summer games on the field and water fun on the playground, topped off with delicious ice creams. A fantastic way to end our topic.
What was your favourite part of the trip? What did you learn? How many plants did you find? What was your favourite plant?
The Ducklings and Little Chicks have enjoyed playing football whilst the World Cup has been on.
We had an amazing day at the Sea Life Centre and the children learnt lots! Their behaviour was impeccable.
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We had such an amazing day to the Sea Life Centre this week. The children not only got to touch and handle some of the sea creatures but also got to learn about conservation, breeding and ways to protect our oceans.
Yesterday Little Chicks and Ducklings joined together for our trip to the SeaLife Centre. We all had a very enjoyable day learning about different sea creatures and what we can do to help rescue and protect them. We saw different types of sharks and met Lulu the giant turtle! We found out that she…
It has been an extremely exciting week for all of the Robins. We have been spending time in our new class ready for September.
The children have enjoyed getting to know their new classroom, class friends and teachers. Throughout the week we have been completing lots of activities,…
What glorious weather we have had this week! Little Chicks have enjoyed playing out and thinking of ways that we can keep cool! Before venturing out, Little Chicks showed off their learning and knowledge by talking about sun safety and how we can get ready and stay safe in the…
The children were facsinated this morning when they noticed the reflection made by a geoboard onto the floor. Chloe said, 'IIt looks like a glittering sword fish who's had its tail bitten off!'
On Thursday 21st June the whole school celebrated World Music Day. Each Key Stage sang a song about friendship which they had spent time in class learning. It was a great opportunity for the children to perform in front of an audience. The afternoon ended with members of staff performing to the…