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Welcome back Wonderful Wrens!

We have missed your smiling faces in the classroom.

 

This half term we are learning about people who help us. Our topic title is 'Whose hat is this?' We will be learning about people in the community who help us.  We will design, build and label emergency vehicles, write cards and make gifts to say 'thank you'.  We will look at a day in the life of a postal worker and even set up our own post office role play! Please see the Summer 1 Topic Map for more information.

 

 7.6.21 Our news and  The beach shop.

This week the Wrens have chatted about what they did in the half-term holidays. The Wrens have made their own whole class news book.

The Wrens have been Learning doubling and halving in maths. They have painted objects you might see in a beach shop such as ice lollies,

milk shakes, boats and toy crabs.

In circle time ' Change Me' the children found out about different body parts. Another busy week of Learning in the Wrens.

Well done, Wrens.

 

24.05.21 - May Day parade, Expert of the Week and Number bonds!

 

This week the Wrens have enjoyed listening to the story 'Peepo'. They went on to make their own books about; dinosaurs, batman, World War 1 and Peepo, to name a few! The Wrens enjoyed practising the 'May Day' song and 'School Song' and performed them beautifully to the local community and parents of Lee Common School during the May Day parade. Well done Wrens!

In maths, the children have been working hard learning number bonds to 5 and 10. They used cakes and cubes to represent their ideas. Our Expert of the Week gave us an exciting talk all about how to look after guinea pigs. Thank you! We have also been making thank you cards and writing messages of thanks to our loved ones. Wow Wrens, another excellent week of learning. Well done! Happy half term everyone :)

 

 

 

19.05.21 - Time, growing up and investigation station!

 

This week Wrens have been busy exploring our new investigation station. The children have been using the magnifying glasses to look more closely at the mini beasts and reading books to find out further information. A few children have even made their own bug books! In maths, we have been learning about time. and exploring with number bonds. The children have enjoyed ordering familiar events and using the language of time. We have also been talking about how we change as we grow older, watching power points, sharing books, drawing pictures of ourselves and writing about what we can do now we are 4 and 5 years old. Another excellent week of learning Wrens! Well done smiley .

 

 

10.05.21 Decorated rock competition and the new Baby Clinic.

This week we have been learning about ambulance nurses and how they look after us. We watched a video which showed what is in a ambulance and what the nurses do. The Children were very enthusiastic and answered questions well.

We set up a "Baby Clinic" linking with this and the children are exploring this new role-play area.

The children designed baby outfits using patterns, flowers and lots of pretty colours. 

The Wrens have been finding about less than amount and exploring why time is important!

A super smile from the winner of the rock competition from the Wrens, a lovely design . Many congratulations !

A very busy week Wrens! Well done, super learning.

03.05.21 Tractor, emergency vehicles and number stories

 

On Tuesday, Wrens were very excited to visit the tractor that was on the front playground. One of the Year One parents had brought it in for Expert of The Week! The children asked lots of questions and were told how it works and even given a little tour!  In Maths, the children have been learning about 'more' and 'less', using concrete objects and pictures and even made up their own number stories and recorded sums to explain their thinking.  The children have also been learning about emergency vehicles. They have been labelling and writing about fire engines and making models. Photos to follow shortly!

What have we been doing this week?

 

The Wrens have enjoyed finding out about the different adventures in the story book " The Jolly Postman". The Children enjoyed writing postcards about what jobs they do at home to " The Jolly Postman". The Wrens are getting to know the three Guinea Pigs called Biscuit, Toffee and Nibbles. They enjoyed holding and stroking them. Thank you to Mrs Gresswell for getting them for us! In maths, we have been learning about 'adding one more'. We worked practically at first using the bikes and scooters, then we used cubes to represent our thinking before writing the sums. In circle time, we talked about what makes a good friend and why it is important to include everyone in our play. Well done Wrens you have worked hard this week!

 

 

Welcome to Wrens Class!

 

Mrs Crooks and Mrs Amos are your Class Teachers and you will also be looked after by Mrs Davies and Mr Dodsworth.

 

This term is all about Festivals and Celebrations!  We are looking forward to learning all about Bonfire Night, Diwali and Christmas.  You will be making cards and decorations and even pizza!  Please see the Autumn 2 Topic Map for more information.   We are also now able to post pictures and video clips of our learning in action, so keep scrolling!

 

Festivals & Celebrations - Autumn 2020

This week the children have enjoyed a whole school Christmas Lunch and a fun Christmas party. The children have been extremely well behaved. We are very proud of them.

We wish you a very Happy Christmas to you and your families.

Wishing you a very Happy 2021!

Count down to Christmas.

 

We hope you enjoy the Wrens singing in the School production?

The children are getting very excited about Christmas and they are designing their own Christmas cards.

We are asking the children what they have enjoyed learning best this term. It maybe Forest School, cooking pizzas, pancakes, the woodland walk and picnic, dressing the village Christmas tree or playing on the wheeled toys outside during circle time.

 

 

Christmas, Christmas, Christmas!

 

This week the Wrens have been busy practising the Christmas songs with appropriate actions for “Away in a manager”.

We are writing Christmas lists to Santa so let’s hope their wishes come true.

We are learning about Advent, calendars, the Christmas story and the meaning of Christingles.

 

We have an interactive Arctic animals’ snowy scene and the Stable with wooden figures and animals for the children to explore.

 

Please remember the children need to bring/ wear a Christmas jumper next Monday for their Christmas performance.

Party, party, party!

 

This week Wrens Class have been planning their own party. Whoop whoop! They have loved singing, dancing and using their creative and literacy skills to make and write their own party cards.

 

The children have enjoyed writing invitations to invite friends to their party, writing party food lists in their Literacy books and using the play dough to make cakes and sandwiches. Yum yum!

 

We have also been learning about addition and using the associated language; add, plus, makes, equals, total, altogether. The children have been using our pizzeria theme to add ingredients together to find the total. Well done Wrens you have worked hard.

Making pizzas

 

This week the children have been learning in our Pizzeria.  They have been reading the menus, using the phone and computer to place orders and putting together pretend pizzas with lots of different toppings.  Thank you Mr Dodsworth for cutting out all those mushrooms, olives and peppers!  The children then made real pitta bread pizzas and really enjoyed eating them.  They wrote instructions on how to make their pizza in their literacy books. Bellissimo!

We have been learning about Diwali

 

This week we have been learning about Diwali and making lanterns to decorate the classroom. We have learnt about why and how Hindus celebrate this festival of light.  The children enjoyed listening to the story of Rama and Sita. They were very interested in how Sita dropped jewels so she could leave a trail to be rescued safely.

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