We have been lucky enough today to have drama sessions for everyone throughout the school.
Josh Fincher & Leona Beech in Ospreys thought… “It was fun we really enjoyed it. We acted out a birthday party. We acted out some facial expressions and had to show being grumpy, because someone had turned the tap on full when we were watering our plants!”
“I played pass the parcel,” Leona told me.
“I had to say, “Pin the tail on the donkey”.” Josh said.
Eagles have been learning some Spanish words in the form of a rap – can you recognise any of the greetings?
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Peregrines have been creating felt rats as part of their World Awareness Week work on Germany – don’t they look good?
Ospreys have been working really hard to produce very descriptive star poems.
Listen to Gabriel’s poem – you can imagine a dark night sky!
The Goshawks certainly have been.
Jacob and Rory have created fabulous 3D art work, inspired by Gaudi.
Matthew in Peregrine’s has written a
super description of the Pied Piper.
Listen to Josh’s twist on a traditional tale.
Thank you to our learning detectives who spied these scooter racks at another school during our visit, and thought they would be super for Gastrells. It’s great to see them in action already!
A huge thank you to all our play leaders who are helping make our new lunchtime activities a great success.
We hope you enjoy this blog & sharing what the children are up to at school.