French themed days
This week we have had French days in two of the bubbles. Madame Bruff was really happy to be back in school! We revised some counting up to 5 and days of the week, then we learned the names of some foods. We read the story of The Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle - in French it’s called “La Chenille qui fait des trous” which actually means The Caterpillar Who Makes Some Holes !
In the story, the caterpillar eats lots of different kinds of foods, and in the French version some of the things it eats are a bit different from the English version, so we had a tasting session. We tried lots of different foods, including Camembert, brioche , croissants, saucisson, cornichons ... and decided whether to say “j’adore” or “Je deteste” for each one. After the food tasting we made a mini book retelling the story in French - some of us made e-books, and some of us chose to make a paper book. Madame Bruff was really thrilled with how hard everyone worked, and how well you had all remembered your French.
Year 1 maths
You know how hard we try to make learning real for our children and this week is no exception. This week year 1 have been exploring money in maths and then had a treat to prove their learning! They used their coins to pay for their own ice cream treat!
Improving our school grounds
While the weather has been nice staff and pupils have been working hard during lunch and playtimes to improve our school grounds. If anyone has any spare time on their hands there is quite a lot of work to do around our huge playing field. Please let us know if you’d like to help! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t forget top of the rocks party!
Mrs Chambers has her alarm set for early doors on Monday morning! Watch out for a 7am live stream to launch the day! We will also have live streams throughout the day with events from bubbles!
Choir session 3, thank you Mrs Wright our bubbles are loving taking part!