On Friday, Amber class rest of Heavers Farm for a lovely parade celebrating the theme “proud to be me”!
Children took part to the “Proud to be Me” parade in our school, showing their fantastic work and standing up proudly to the world!
Parents joined us at the end of the day to complete wonderful posters about identity, respect, diversity and equality.
A day to remember in our class and for our wonderful school!!!
Much fun was had by all.
Amber class had a fantastic trip to Hobbledown farm on Thursday. We got to meet lots of animals and also attended a special workshop learning about the rainforest. A huge thank you to the parent helpers who came along!
Here is our ‘proud to be me’ artwork. Topaz took inspiration from Bridget Riley and the use of pointillism.
Today Citrine class designed their own t-shirts using fabric pens. We hope you enjoy our creations!
Children went to Hobbledown Farm to observe and learn new information about animals around the world.
They compared features and behaviour of different animals, but the children really enjoyed the workshop on rainforests animals. They had the opportunity to touch them, to hold them and experience creatures they would normally see only in documentaries.
We must not forget the fun they had on the bouncing pillows and the slides.