The children used Kandinsky's circle idea to paint a circle using their house team colour.
We enjoyed reading stories by Julia Donaldson in the Spring term. One of our favourites was 'Monkey Puzzle'. We printed monkeys onto our Mother's Day cards.
We enjoyed learning how to give Beebot simple instructions
We tasted pineapple
Investigating a mackerel
Tasting mackerel and sardines
We looked at the fish and smelled it
We tasted the fish on crackers
Lots of children asked for more!
Make Your Own Kind of Music
Our tribute to Paloma Faith. Arts Week 2018
It is ARTS WEEK at last! So excited! Take a look at the surprise video the children saw in assembly.
We had a great time singing with Uncle Jamma whilst he played the steelpan drums
My Story The Steel Drummer (Ducklings might like to watch this short film again about Jamma)
Uncle Jamma shares his memories of being a musician with his nephew Reiss, and together they learn about the history of steel drums. Filmed by BBC Scotland for CBeebies - My Story
The whole school enjoyed singing with a shanty singing group
Dancing in Arts Week!
The ducklings enjoyed learning an under the sea themed dance routine in Arts Week.
Mr Quinn taught us how to take a photo on an iPad in Arts Week
Each child painted a pebble to look like a fish
Every child in school painted a pebble
The pebbles will be permanently displayed
Take a look in the flower bed behind the hall
Our pebbles look bright and cheerful!
The ducklings enjoyed exploring under the sea play
We enjoyed having a shell workshop in Arts Week
We loved making and playing with ocean slime
We made spinning paint circles with No Added Sugar
More photos from Butterfly World
Our trip to Butterfly World
Phil told us all about butterflies
We watched butterflies eating some fruit.
Julia told us about and showed us different bugs
We used a magnifying glass to see tiny bugs.
We had a good look at the bugs in Julia’s hand.
Some of us stroked a cockroach!
We watched the otters being fed.
The meerkats were very fast.
We met Rigby the raccoon, who was quite sleepy.
We learnt about farm animals
We saw a walllaby with a baby joey in her pouch.
We made sandwiches
We enjoyed tasting the sandwiches
We love our new sandpit!
Thank you for raising money for our new sandpit.
We made pizza
Yum! We enjoyed eating it for snack.
We learnt about chickens.
Our Easter bonnet competition winner
Well done to our winner. We like those bunny ears!
Easter bonnet competition
Lots of pretty eggs!
Full of colour!
A beautiful pink hat
Lovely bright and cheerful painting!
Super stickers! What a great idea!
Chick, chick, chick, chick, chicken!
A tall hat!
You have worked hard on your hats!
Thank you for telling us how you made your hat!
Lots of eggs!
Chick, chick, chick, chick, chicken!
Can you spot some bunnies on this hat?
What a beautiful hat!
Easter Egg Hunt
Happy Easter from the ducklings!
The ducklings love to do yoga!
"We're going on a bear hunt"
We stretched our bodies!
We listened carefully to instructions
We balanced without falling over!
We used our imaginations well
Ducklings Spring Walk
We tasted pomegranate at snack time
The ducklings know it is important to try new food
Thumbs up! It was yummy!
We looked at it, smelled it then tasted it
We like to try new things!
We made banana milkshake for snack
We watched the milkshake being made in the blender
The ducklings have been learning about the people who help us in school
We met the ladies who work in the school office
We asked questions to find out about their job
We sat quietly when Mrs Colson answered the phone
Mother's Day Tea Party
World Book Day
Fun in the snow!
STEM week visitor
We had a visit from a physiotherapist
Can you balance on 1 leg when you brush your teeth
Stretch after watching TV
STEM week fun
Our visitor taught us how to wash our hands well
Can you remember the twist and the butterfly?
We saw glow germs on our hands
Oh no! Wash your hands again!
We checked that we had washed our hands well
Mr Quinn showed us a healthy food game on the ipad
Our little soldiers performing at the Dance Festival
Oh the Grand Old Duke of York
He had ten thousand men
He marched them up to the top of the hill
And he marched them down again
Inspired by a picture in our 'Everyone's a writer' week
This photo was our inspiration for the week.
The children chose a character to be.
"I see land!" "I see a pirate ship!"
Our marching soldiers during our rehearsal
Thank you to all of our wonderful helpers who gave up their time to make costumes. The children looked amazing!
We welcome parents and carers to our Friday Snatchabook mornings from 8.50am.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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