Maths Chip Shop

Reception pupils planted the potatoes, dug them up, washed and cut the chips (long and short). Mrs Hanratty cooked them. THEN we had our own chip shop. Chips cost 6p, 10p or 12p and tasted de-lic-ious! They were even wrapped in a paper cone. Mrs Wilson said it was her...

Welcome to the Bluebells

I am extremely pleased with how the Bluebells have been working hard and settled quickly into school life in Ks2. They are adapting well to new routines and I am sure this will continue. In Literacy they have been concentrating on sentence structure and punctuation....

Head, shoulders, knees and toes!

In science Nightingales have been finding out about all the different names for parts of our body. We have drawn around each other (that was good fun) and labelled our ‘heads, shoulders, knees and toes’ and lots more. Then we found out about our skeleton,...

Technology plays its part in Reception

There are so many new things to do in reception classes at Windy Nook. Dragonflies are getting to grips with programming toys. First they explored the controls and then they got down to work by helping builders make a wall right across the room. Bricks and staff were...

Who arrived in the mystery ship?

A mysterious ship arrived in the Dragonflies’ class last week. It arrived strangely before the class came in the morning. It wasn’t brought in by Mr Leighton. There were plenty of ideas about what was going on. Some children could draw and write what could...
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