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Guess The Name Of The Reindeer!Alongside our Rudolph Run on Friday, we are raising money for the...

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Hi all, This is a reminder that our Rudolph Run will take place this Friday within school time...

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In our English lessons this week, Year 4 have been writing gathering facts and information for...

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Great news! Our sunflower seeds have germinated and we can see small shoots appearing out from the soil. We have been learning all about the life cycle of a sunflower, drawing and labeling the different stages of a sunflower's growth and observing that new life in nature often comes from something that can appear dead, such as an old sunflower head full of seeds.

In number work we have been completing some money challenges that Percy the Park keeper had set us. Working our different ways to make money values for different seeds and gardening tools and working out what he could buy for the park with the garden centre price list and Percy's budget.

We have explored the great beauty of flowers in nature and how they are delicately constructed, creating our own flower heads in clay and then painting to look like realistic roses. They have been carefully made with love to say thank you to our mothers and those who have a mothering role in our lives: Happy Mothering Sunday to you all.

Our friendship tree is beginning to thrive in class, as we have focused on the qualities of friendship and how to be a good friend, showing care and love towards others as well as acknowledging acts of kindness from our peers. Reception, we really are living out our school values.

In our vegetable garden we have begun to plant our onion sets and potatoes, hoping for a summer crop. Our challenge this weekend is to plant sunflower seeds in our gardens at home to see who can grow the largest sunflower. Let the challenge begin!

We are looking forward to science week, next week and learning all about animals and animal life-cycles.

Have a great weekend
Mrs Taylor

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