A huge thank you to Mrs McElwaine, who kindly came in to talk to us about her job as a radiographer. We had great fun looking at lots of different X-rays and guessing what each one was! We also heard about Jeffery’s experience at the hospital. He hurt his hand and it had to be X-rayed. Thank you Mrs McElwaine for looking after him!
Fine motor skills- we used play dough to make some different shapes and animals and did some dough disco!
Maths- 2D Shape pictures
Aalto shared some photos of Tokyo and we looked at some of differences between here and there.
PE- We continued to work on our spatial awareness. We looked at different ways of balancing and rolling!
World Book Day 2023
Our lovely Year Six children came and read with us!
Physical Development- Outdoor trim trail
Phonics- can you spot the digraph when reading words?
In Literacy we have been reading the story of ‘Rainbow Fish’. We love Grandma Fantastic!
Ash Class Vet
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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