Welcome to Kingfishers
Our Class Teachers are Mrs Gregson and Mrs Lynn.
Today in Art we looked at the Powerpoint all about Wassily Kadinsky. He created lovely patterns using colour mixing. We used paints to have a go at making circle Art inspired by Kandinsky.
This week Class 2 have been learning all about the Great Fire of London in English.
Today they wrote some absolutely wonderful Acrostic poems so I wanted to share some with you.
Please have a read, they really are super and I’m so proud of them!
Well done everyone!
We have been decorating our ‘happy hats’ for Mental Health Week.
Arts and crafts offer many health benefits to young children including the development of motor and coordination skills, boosting self-esteem, serving as a stress outlet, and improving visual learning practices, as well as memory and language skills.
Personalising crafting projects is also crucial as it offers children a channel to express themselves, to create something unique on their own, and to have fun creatively. This practice will help children develop a sense of self-worth; it will make them feel good knowing that they are able to do things that can be credited to them. As teachers and parents, we can personalise arts and crafts projects by adding a tag or a label the child’s name attached or on it.
Please find attached a letter from Mrs Gregson regarding Remote Learning.
Today Santa paid us a ‘socially distanced’ visit in school 🙂 The children had a lovely time asking him lots of questions and receiving a small gift from him. Happy Christmas everyone.
Children In Need
Class 2 went for a Autumn Walk to have a look at nature.
In SMSC this week we talked about who is really important in our lives. The children were great at discussing the people who are special to them and really enjoyed drawing their pictures! 😊
In Spanish we revisited our numbers to 10.
We also practised asking and telling each other our names.
The children all really enjoyed learning Spanish again! 😊
In Class 2 we talked about our feelings and met the mood monsters! They are funny little creatures who change colour depending on how they are feeling.
We talked lots about different ways we can feel and what to do if we are feeling sad or worried.
The children then designed their own mood monster which they really enjoyed! 😊
Archived School Work
Please access the links below to view details of our activities from previous terms.
School Work 2019-2020
View Our Curriculum section to find out what we are learning about this term.