Spring Term 2

Week beginning Monday 22nd February

This week we have begun our new topic looking at Lifecycles, and this week we are learning about bees. We have enjoyed learning about what they look like when they are tiny eggs and grow to lava and pupa before becoming adult bees. We've enjoyed lots of stories about Bees but Willibee was a firm favourite, and take a look at some of our amazing home learners writing about bees.


Week beginning Monday 1st March

This week in our key worker bubble we have been doing lots of planting and learning all about how seeds grow. We really enjoyed dressing up for World Book Day but most of all we have been counting down how long it is until we see all our friends again! We can't wait to see you all back on Monday.



Week Beginning Monday 8th March

It has been absolutely amazing to have the classroom full of children once again this week and they have all done amazingly settling back into the school routine! This week we celebrated national Science Week and looked at Plastic pollution in the oceans. We read the story Somebody Swallowed Stanley, learning all about what kind of plastic items were in our oceans and how they might harm animals.

 Somebody Swallowed Stanley — North Somerset Teachers' Book Award

Week Beginning Monday 15th March

This week has been a week of caterpillars and butterflies learning all about the lifecycle of a butterfly and the process the caterpillar goes through. In PE we have been practicing our football skills, which has been great fun.

Week Beginning Monday 22nd March

We have enjoyed a lovely story this week called ‘The Growing Story’, children have been thinking about all the different things that grow and how they need different things to grow. We also practiced some inference skills with this story thinking about how the boy in the story is feeling and how we know that.


Week Beginning Monday 29th March

This week has been a week of eggs, chicks and all things Easter. We had great fun conducting our own science experiment thinking about what materials might protect our Humpty Dumpty egg as he was pushed from his wall. We have also enjoyed a Canadian story called ‘The Basket of Eggs’, all about why the rabbit was chosen to deliver the eggs and not a weasel or a bear. Can you remember what the Easter flower was or the bird that was chosen to sing in the Willow tree?


Have a lovely Easter break everyone! 

 Wishing You a Safe & Happy Easter

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