Year 2 had a wonderful first Forest School session. We decided to take care of the birds due to the cold weather and lack of food for them to eat. We used ice-cream cones, oranges, lard and seed to create bird feeders. We then enjoyed a hot chocolate around the fire circle.
Today six Year 2 children, Mrs Ware and Mrs Hitchmough had the pleasure of attending the launch of Liverpool's 2020 Year of Reading. Schools, organisations and authors attended the launch of a year of Reading celebrations. Many motivational and inspirational speakers were present at the launch including; Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson, Tim Quinn, former writer, artist and editor at DC Thomson and Marvel, now of Mighty Quinn Management, Tony Lloyd, chief executive of the ADHD
We have been focused on using different equipment to accuaretly measure length, capacity, temperature and mass this week. We have improved our understanding to make some accurate predictions. We now understand the importance of accuracy when we need to measure.
With the Christmas festivities behind us, we now find ourselves in a bitterly cold January half term. Just because Santa may have retired for the year does not mean we stop in Kindi! Moving at 100mph as usual, the children and their teachers are enjoying our new focus book, What the dinosaurs did last night. Very much like the huge hit Toy Story, the book tells us the story of what our toy dinosaurs get up to when we are not around. As incredibly mischievous toys they make hu
The children had a wonderful time watching the Panto on Friday. It was a fabulous show which all the children thoroughly enjoyed. They were very good at 'booing' when required and joined in with all the songs that they knew. They particularly enjoyed watching Mrs Webb and Mrs Tynsley take part in a 'dance off' where they joined the actors on stage and did some super dance moves.