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Apple Class


This week we have been continuing with our topic  'Are we too small to make a difference?' and have been learning about the importance of keeping our beaches clean in preparation for our beach trip next week

We have also been learning about the life cycle of frogs and have created some great life-cycle models and collages. We now have some chicken eggs in an incubator in our classroom and we are looking forward to observing what happens in the next few weeks.

This week we had a special day learning about the Hindu festival of Holi. We attended a special dance workshop and had great fun during our festival of colour where we got to throw lots of coloured paint over our friends, teachers and parents too!

Our week ended with Sports Relief Day. We all loved learning and performing the school Sports Relief song and running a mile around our school field with our buddies.

Next week we are looking forward to our visit to Whitstable beach and more learning about looking after our world.

Pear Class


Class Teacher: Miss Vasquez

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Ansell

This term we are asking the quesiton "Are we too small to make a difference?" and using our value of responsibility to think about how we can look after the planet. 

We have been picking up the rubbish around the school. We found lots of crisp packets that are made of plastic. We also found food, paper and some cans. We felt sad about all the litter that we found around our school. We made posters to tell people not to litter. 

We have been learning about recycling and how they make it flat and they turn the old rubbish into something new. 

We have a new sea area in our class and we have been making sea creatures to add including an octopus and fish. 

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