And now it’s time for the weather!

Steve Redgrave class have been learning all about the weather this term. Here we are doing an amazing job of presenting the weather.placeholder://placeholder://placeholder://placeholder://placeholder://placeholder://placeholder://placeholder://placeholder://

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Teddy bear’s picnic

Charles Wicksteed class have filled their marble jar for good choices and showing the values. The children chose to have a teddy bear’s picnic. Fairy cakes and Jammie dodgers went down well!

East Carlton park.

Today Steve Redgrave class visited East Carlton park in Corby. We got to travel on our new school minibus which was really exciting. When we arrived at the park we got to play on the equipment. We showed this months value of koinonia by helping each other to control the equipment. We really showed the value of friendship by helping our friends to get on and off the equipment. Then we went off to explore the autumn season in the woods.  We found lots of leaves on the floor and enjoyed running through them and kicking them. Then we enjoyed a hot chocolate with cream and marshmallows to warm up before jumping back on the bus to go back to school.

Art day

Today we have been joined by children from years five and six to explore the work of Iris Scott. She is an amazing finger painter who has inspired us to create our own works of art.

In 1666…

The children in key stage one had an amazing time learning lots of interesting facts about they great fire of London. Did you know that the fire finished in Pie lane? Did you also know that the houses at the time did not have thatched roofs? The children got to experience life in 1666 during the workshop by making candles, perfumes, medicines and they were able to reenact the events.

Chick, chick, chick, chick, chicken!

Key stage one have had a very exciting week with our new friends. On Tuesday 10 eggs arrived at school. We have taken care of them in the incubator, just like mummy hen would. Much to our delight all ten eggs have hatched! We have learnt so much about the life cycle of a chicken because of our visitors. Here we are enjoying them in Steve Redgrave class.