Chinese Food, Forest Schools and Favourite Books

posted 6 Feb 2015, 05:58 by Tom Kentfield-Wells   [ updated 6 Feb 2015, 05:58 ]
We have had a very busy 2 weeks in class 6. We were lucky enough to be invited to visit our nurture group to try Chinese food. The children filled in a tally chart to find out which food was the most popular – chow mein won!


In maths we have also been focusing on division using a number line and the bus stop method. We spent a morning outside doing forest school. Miss Welsh and Mrs Vaughan planned a busy morning for us – we moved mud, started to make a mud kitchen, moved and cut up pallets and finished weaving a wall – all in one morning!

This week has been National story telling week. We have been looking at the story of Romulus and Remus and retelling it using a story mountain to help us plan our retell. Class 6 children were also asked to bring in their favourite book from home and talk about it – EVERY CHILD managed to do this! Mrs Hill’s favourite book is The Magic Faraway Tree as she used to read it as a little girl!

Lexi brought in Gangsta Granny because it is a funny book.
Tia brought in Frozen because she got it for Christmas and she loves the film.
McKenzie brought in Living the dream because the person that wrote the book if off his favourite TV programme, You’ve Been Framed (Harry Hill).