Our final week at Angel Court working with Neil. The children and residents have made some beautiful creations. The final finishes were carried out, wooden hens mounted onto a grassy base and a last coat of varnish. The children arranged the shell boxes in Angel Courts community garden and screwed
Year 2 were given a challenge this week that helped them to demonstrate their understanding of mathematical vocabulary referring to size, scale and comparison. A lovely fast paced activity for a cold, soggy day. Article 13 – We all have a right to say what we think and be listened to.
Free play sessions in Forest School are a chance for the children to put into practice the skills that they have learnt. Play and choice are an integral part of the Forest School learning process, play is recognised as vital to learning and development at Forest School. Opportunities are designe
We would like to say a huge thank you to our school community for the generosity shown in raising money for Comic Relief this year. In addition to the money raised through the ‘Sponge the Teacher’ activity (£273.44) we also collected £352.78 from non-uniform. As a result, we raised an amazing to
Year 6 began the week with some fantastic den building. Their first challenge, in this block of work, was to make a free-standing den. Not as easy as it may sound. Getting the initial framework takes thought, co-operation and perseverance. The children need to understand the materials they have avai
The children had great fun this week creating Pirate Ships from our Christmas trees. The Pirates were fed sea biscuits, pirate stew and grog made in the galley. As you can see they were very busy and they even had a pirate band singing sea shanties.
Work continues at Angel Court, our boxes are now varnished so they can go outside and the wooden toys have been given a few coats of linseed oil to protect them. The children and residents have worked really hard, so we have a full set of boxes for school and a set for the residents. Some of the toy
Forest School was combined with World Book Day and PSHE week for Year 3. After reading The Day the Crayons Quit in the morning, we then spent the afternoon investigating colour. The children went outside to collect natural and man-made materials. Back in class they then worked in groups to sort the