Next half term our home learning will be a whole school challenge. To mark the launch of our fantastic board game cafe, our competition will be for children to create their very own board game. See below for more details.
We can't wait to see all the fantastic entries come "rolling" in. (Sorry for the awful pun)
Check out our first edition of the Roving Reporters news! It was really interesting coming round to interview you all. Keep watch for future editions published here!
Read Issue 1 Here
Yesterday EYFS,KS1 and St Andrew's school enjoyed a wonderful theatre show all about Beatrix Potter and her amazing stories. We found out about Peter Rabbit,Jemima Puddleduck, Jeremy Fisher and The Tailor of Gloucester. The story was told by three people and lots of puppets! We had a marvellous time.
On Friday year One had an RE day where we found out about the importance of giving and receiving gifts at Christmas and why gifts are so significant at this time of year. In the afternoon we took part in a Nativity workshop where we worked collaboratively in teams to create a nativity scene . We had a wonderfully creative and enjoyable afternoon!
This morning year one have been finding out how to find one more in a number of ways. Some of us used a number line,some of us used base ten and some of us used Numicon. As you can see it certainly put a big smile on our faces!
As part of our Geography learning,year one are looking at different human and physical features of their local area. Last week we investigated our play ground and this week we went on a walk around Great Linford Village,looking at the different features such as the old chapel, the red post box and houses with thatched roofs. We also looked at the ancient trees and ponds near the Manor House. We had a wonderful time and thank you to our two super mums who came with us!