After three weeks back in school, the Robins were ready for the Easter holiday. They were enjoying being together again in class and worked hard on a variety of activities, which included completing some information sheets about Kenya and answering Times Tables Rock Star questions in the Computer room and some writing, drawing and 2D and 3D shape activities in the classroom. They also began to make their African animal glove puppets, by using blanket stitch to sew around the edge. Here is a selection of photos.
Friday 19th March was Comic Relief Day, so many of the children were dressed as superheroes. Here are some group scenes, showing their costumes, and a few photos of those superheroes running around the track after their PE lesson.
During the last week of term, the children completed their topic work about the country of Kenya, although they will be continuing with their African animal glove puppets after the Easter holiday. They had an opportunity to learn more about the country from someone who has lived there. This was Miss Collier, who visited the class to talk about Kenya and show the children her collection of things she bought there and some pictures of the country. Here are some photos of this session.
The last day of term provided a further opportunity to dress up, but this time with an Easter theme, so out came the Easter bonnets, bunny ears and flowery outfits. Here are some photos.
During the morning, all classes took part in an Easter egg hunt in the Environmental Garden in the presence of an Easter bunny! Here are some photos of the Robins and Kingfishers in the garden.
At the end of the day, the Robins went home with an Easter egg from the Friends and an Easter card basket with some mini eggs and a creme egg. Star of the Week certificates were awarded in the Celebration Assembly and some children received their class Writing certificate. It won’t be long until the rest of the class receive their certificates after the holiday. Here are a couple of photos of the children holding their certificates.
I hope the Robins are having a fun Easter holiday and that they enjoy this weekend with more chocolate eggs and perhaps an Easter egg hunt in the garden!