To wash our hands when we come in.
To stay away from people not in our bubble.
To try not to touch our faces or other people.
To remember to use the correct bins.
To not share our packs, always put our belongs away once we have used them and keep our tables tidy.
To be kind!
Our house teams
Wednesday 21st April 2021
This afternoon we gathered around a fire lit in our Forest School area to learn about the significance of oral story telling in Native American Indian culture. We had a special visitor, ‘Pochahontas’, who shared with the children the Apache belief of how fire was spread among the earth. She orally retold ‘The Origin of Fire’ folk tale around the fire. The children observed how to confidently orally re-tell a story from memory and how to make it entertaining for the people listening. ‘Pochahontas’ used different volumes, paces and emotions in her voice, along with actions and facial expressions to captivate the listeners. The children will be learning another folk tale tomorrow to orally re-tell in groups.
Swallows orally re-telling a Native American Indian tale
Cricket on the field
Topic Launch - North America
Stone Age Boy guided reading
Enjoying the Bray Way
Year 3/4 at Forest School
Mary Anning and Rocks Topic
3D shapes - from nets
DT - Our instruments
Our instruments - the making!
Forest school - Bonfire art and knots
Guided reading - Ancient Egypt drama
Handstands and springboards
Mr Cawthorn talking about Harvest at Muntons Malt
Book in an envelope
Investigating the artefacts in our museum box
Some pictures from gymnastics
Our School Council