Feeding our little birds this winter

Feeding our little birds this winter

This week Holly and Cherry class talked about the changes in the season as we begin to move from autumn into winter. The children thought about how to help the little birds that will need feeding as the weather gets colder and we made bird feeders. The children were...
God’s World

God’s World

The children in Cherry and Holly class all came to school on Friday 16th October wearing red to show their support for ‘Show Racism the Red Card’ day. This tied in very nicely with our RE lesson where we talked about how God loves each one of us equally...
Blessed Chiara Bodano

Blessed Chiara Bodano

In Holly class we have been learning about Blessed Chiara Bodano. Chiara was similar to our lovely Holly class children because she was very kind to other children and visited people who were ill. Sadly, Chiara became very ill herself when she was only 17 and passed...
We are artists!

We are artists!

We have started our weekly introduction to art and design now that the children have settled into Cherry and Holly classes. This week we looked at the work of Andy Warhol then the children used collage to replicate his iconic portrait of Marilyn Monroe. They were very...
Mouldy bread leads to more experiments…

Mouldy bread leads to more experiments…

The children have noticed changes in our bread experiment and have delighted in looking at it a bit closer. It has taken a few weeks but the bread has started to change in appearance. Our discussion about the mould that has started to grow on the bread has led to the...
Why do we need to wash our hands?

Why do we need to wash our hands?

Recently we have been thinking about what we need to do to keep ourselves healthy. To help the children understand the importance of washing their hands we have carried out an experiment using some bread. One slice of bread was handled while wearing surgical gloves...

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