We are very proud of all of our work so far this term.
We have looked at The Wild by Emily Hughes and There's a Rang-Tan in my bedroom by James Sellick and Frann Preston- Gannon. We have focused on what it means to be wild and why it is important that we look after our environment to protect animals homes.
Great discussion around what palm oil is and whether we should use products with it in.
Well done Robins!
Children worked in groups to discuss different animals and what they need to survive and what their habitat is like. We looked at a frog, bird, ladybird, a worm and a snail. The children worked really well together in their teams it was clear that the children were upholding our school values such as respect, teamwork and love of learning. Great discussion about the similarities and differences.
Well done Robins!
16.03.2021 Maths Outside
In our maths lesson today we focused on making 2 colour and 3 colour patterns using various resources. We also focused on counting up from a given number to 10 using an Abacus.
A great maths lesson with lots of effort from the Robins and they all tried really hard at both the activities. Well done!
15.3.21 Science and Understanding the World activity: LI: I can discuss what a habitat is.
We discussed our homes and what we need from our homes such as, they need to be warm, dry, comfy etc.. We then went on to discuss what facilities we need in a home such as a toilet, kitchen etc...
After drawing our homes we found a lovely lady bird on the playground that the children wanted to move to ensure it was safe. Children looking after minibeasts!
We then moved into the classroom and worked in teams to discuss what a worm, black bird, snail, frog and lady bird need to live.
Great team work Robins!