Giving and Thankfulness What another successful annual Harvest Festival with Pre-Reception to Year Six joining in! This year, Year Five led the festival as the school gave thanks for the many gifts we are given, and for the hard work all farmers put in, so that we are fed. Two special songs were sung with…
Thank you to Mrs Dodds and the Year 4 children for the wonderful Tudor Pouches and art on display! It is so nice to see their hard work around the school and for them to be proud of their creations too. The children have taken great care to recreate these authentic looking pouches using different…
Reception have been getting into the Halloween sprit in drama this week, when they explored the book ‘Room on the Broom’. They enjoyed being witches flying on their broomsticks, they then became the dragon and worked in groups to create their own swamp monsters, before going on to mix magic potions in their cauldrons. Finally,…
We are to happy to congratulate our wonderful school Chef – Mrs Pearson and Mr Clay from our Connect Catering team. They both received Connect Heroes awards nominated by Lyndhurst for their excellent work. The wheels of Lyndhurst could not keep turning without their wonderful food and care. Thank you!
The Children in Year 2 have been embracing the outdoors and all things nature in their LEAF outdoor learning sessions. This session focused on Habitats. The children searched for signs of different animals and insects in their habitats. They had great fun spotting birds in the trees too.
If you go down to Little Lyndhurst….. you are sure to have lot’s of fun! Pre-Reception and Reception have been enjoying lot’s of interesting and exciting activities. Learning all about the number 4, making porridge just like the Three Bears and sorting numbers and objects.
So lovely to see all of the children enjoying Creative Club after school this week! Lot’s of bright colours and striking designs. The children loved sticking, painting, layering and creating. Some fantastic ‘concentrating’ faces too!
In STEM, the Year 5 children have been looking into what is in our food? By exploring packaging of everyday foods we have at home and looking at ingredients, additives and weights etc – they can start to understand what they mean and the nutritional value of foods.
Year 3 have been exploring how to turn a narrative into a performance this term, they have looked at taking a poem and developing it into a drama. They have been working on the poem ‘Matilda’ by Hilaire Belloc and have turned it into a wonderful comic play which they loved performing to each other.
Well done to our girls for taking part in their U11 netball match against Barfield – it was a sunny, if chilly afternoon, and the girls performed really well. Playing 2 games, the first was a 15-10 win while the second was a narrow loss of 9-6. In all, an excellent effort, well done!