We heard from the Lighthouse Keeper that a ship crashed into his Lighthouse and he needs a new one making. We have been given the criteria it needs to be tall it needs to stand up it needs to have a light Have a look at our first attempts at making a lighthouse, and then
We have been looking at Seascapes by different artists as part of our art unit this term. We had a look at various painting and chose which was our favourites. We had a go at adding texture to our own paintings by adding glue, flour and glitter. Have a look at our final pieces where
On Thursday 8th July, Year 1 held their Sports Day. The weather was lovely and all the children took part and had fun. Parents - we are very sorry you were not allowed to join us, but hopefully you'll enjoy looking through these photos with your child and celebrating their sportsmanship at home. We enjoyed
On Friday 9th July we were very lucky to have Mill Cottage Farm Experience visit us all at school. Usually the farm is a Year R visit, however since we couldn't have them visit last year we thought we would treat the whole school to a visit. The children loved visiting the animals, using their
What an exciting week to end our half term. We celebrated Mr and Mrs Young (Finally!) getting married! Year R even got to attend the wedding outside under the trees. What a lovely day!
Sharks have been busy practising the bells with Mrs Hemsley. They have learnt how to play Kumbaya My Lord and Camptown Races. In the video, you can see them concentrating and looking at Mrs Hemsley so they knew when to play their coloured bell to create the tune. MVI_3919MVI_3921
Stingrays have been busy creating fact file videos about the plants they have found in our school grounds. We have been learning about common trees and plants found in the school grounds, learning their names and how to describe them. Check out the videos the children have made on their seesaw accounts.
Today we celebrated Doreen's 104th Birthday. Doreen is a resident at Wimborne Care Home, which we have community links with. Doreen came to visit the school (in the playground) with her best friend Joan and their 2 carers. Year 1 sang her 'Happy Birthday', 'Bring me Sunshine' and 'If You're Happy and you Know It'.
This week is Mental Health Week. Mrs Young read us 'The Invisible' by Tom Percival. We are thinking about how we can keep our minds and bodies healthy. If you want to read it again, why not watch the video below.