Friday 21st June 2019
We had such an exciting day on Wednesday with our trip to Sacrewell Farm. The children were amazing, asking lots of interesting questions and engaging with the members of Staff who told us all about the animals and life on the farm. We are so proud of them.
Next week is SCIENCE WEEK. Please , please can you send in any plastic bags or plastic items that you would put in the recycling bin for our experiments.
This week we have had great fun making our own booklets about Sacrewell following our visit.
The children thought about the following questions to help support their writing:
Where does food come from?
What does Sacrewell produce ?
What was on the farm?
How does it get from the farm to the shop?
I What interesting facts did you learn?
We have been learning to recognise and understand the different denominations of coins.
The children have then used this knowledge to count in 2's 5's and 10's. Using the coins to match a given amount , comparing different amounts of coins.
Talking about how to add coins together and how it is the same as adding numbers.
Please can you make sure all jumpers and cardigans are labelled clearly .
Comments from the class.
F.C. " I really enjoyed going to the farm . Feeding the sheep was the best bit. "
A.P. " I enjoyed going on the tractor ride. "
H.J. " I learnt lots of facts about the sheep."
H C. " I liked stroking the sheep."
KP. " I found the peacocks very noisy and colouful ."