This week in nursery we are learning about fairies. When we arrived at nursery this morning what a surprise we had! The children discovered that through the night fairies had visited our nursery and left us a few things.
We’ve been making fairy houses and writing letters to leave for our new little friends.
On Saturday, it was Year Four’s First Holy Communion.
It was a beautiful service and the children were wonderful.
On Friday, the children enjoyed a royal celebration outside to congratulate Harry and Meghan on their wedding. All children from Nursery to Year Two gathered outside on tables and picnic mats, to enjoy a delicious feast and have a little dance!
The children enjoyed tucking into cucumber sandwiches, a cupcake and a fresh drink of juice. Nursery and Reception children enjoyed their snack from home aswell.
The children had a lovely day and would like to say a HUGE congratulations to Harry and Meghan.
During our topic lessons in Year Two, we have been learning about Plants. This week, we have been thinking about all of the different parts of a plant which you can eat. We had a mixture of fruit and vegetables and we had to sort them into the correct part of the plant. We knew that strawberries grow on the flower part, celery is the stem, mint leaves are the leaves, onion are root vegetables and sunflower seeds are seeds.
We decided it would be a great idea to try some of the different parts of the plant. We were all brave and had a try as we all discussed how you don’t know if you like something unless you try it.
Y3 and Y4 took part in CAFOD’s ‘Share the Journey’, learning about refugees. They received a lovely thank you letter from Miss Folland who led the session. Thank you to her too for her fabulous presentation.
Please find attached our newsletter for May 2018.