Small footsteps on giant numbers
Using a giant number line to further your number understanding skills is fun. Jumping along it to develop your problem solving skills is great fun.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Nursery Y students explored the famous story of the Very Hungry Caterpillar through a number of activities this week. They even got to make a yummy treat for him and fed him healthy snacks too. Balance is always key!
How green is the garden?
With grubby hands and muddy shoes and several wheelbarrow-full of enthusiasm, the children were again let loose on the planting pathways. This initiative is part of the government project Let’s talk Farming
All about the Gingerbread Man
KG2x has been exploring the famous story of the Gingerbread Man. The boys created their own Web plan which started with exploring what ‘ginger’ is exactly. Most students weren’t very taken with its smell but enjoyed exploring its texture just the same. They later participated in a number of games linking their numeracy development with
As part of our classroom topic ‘Space and Beyond!’ we conducted an experiment using rockets. The boys prepared their bottle rockets at home using a few objects, and we launched the rockets outside on the lawn. The boys needed baking soda and vinegar for the reaction to occur. They observed that baking soda and vinegar
Bears visit the KG classes
Number jumping games, sensory trays and Goldilocks puppet shows – great fun happening in KG1Z
Bubble, Bubble toil and spell
On rainy days Yr1X attempt to conjure a spell to work on their sentence-building skills. All geared up with their large pot they mixed their ingredients.