Wow Robins – you’ve been so busy! We wish we could eat your culinary creations with you all- you’ve made us so hungry! We’ve seen flapjacks and scones, to muffins and sparkly mermaid swirls- lots of fantastic yummy things!
Here are some pictures of your amazing food and fantastic work you’ve been doing
Thanks to those parents who have sent in some pictures this week. Here are a few from over the weekend. We are looking forward to seeing your cooking ones next week.
We are missing you all so much so it’s been really lovely to see your smiley faces and to see all of the fantastic, exciting things you’ve been up to!
Here are some snaps from the last few days:
The Robins had a fantastic time travelling from class to class; listening to new stories and old loved ones and doing activities based on these- they were fabulously behaved and we were so proud of them.
In Robin Class the children enjoyed listening to the hilarious ‘Stuck’ by Oliver Jeffers. The children were fascinated about how our very own Robin Class kite got lodged in the tree and had great ideas on how to get it down! The enjoyed making their kites and flying them using a fan in class.
Thank you so much for the efforts you put into their outfits- they truly looked great!
Robin class has been transformed into the African Savannah this week! The children have really immersed themselves role playing with the African animals and in the safari tent!
They have also completed some beautiful pictures. I wonder if you can spot which African mammals are silhouetted again their beautiful depictions of the African sunset over the Savannah?
The children also had the opportunity to make African necklaces thinking about geometric shapes and patterns.
They’ve worked so hard this week! Have a great weekend!
Today we celebrated Shrove Tuesday. We found out about why we celebrate pancake day. We then learnt how to make pancakes, however the children really loved eating them the most!
The Robin’s have had a fantastic week exploring Italy! They’ve been learning some Italian language with Carlotta’s mum, learning about what Italy is famous for and making Pizza!