The teacher is Miss Bulley
Teaching assistant is Mrs Jones
Our topic this term is "Celebrations"
Our Curriculum letters show what we will be covering in each subject area.
We will post letters and samples of children's work later in the term.
The children were very excited to have a visit from a local Haulage company. They brought one of their trucks in to the village and the children got to ask questions and go inside the cab and the trailer. The children really enjoyed the visit.
The children had a lovely morning visiting the lambs.
We had an amazing experience when the watoto childrens choir came to visit our school. They performed some amazing songs and were very polite. The children also had an opportunity to ask about what it was like to live in uganda and what it was like living here.
Robins children have loved having the skipping ropes out at playtimes. The children have taught themselves how to skip. This has led to other children wanting to learn and being helped by others who have taught themselves.
Ivan our cheeky little elf has been causing all sorts of problems. From toileting issues to writing on tables to wrapping teachers up and elfing them.
The children had a great day at castle. The children learnt all about life in a castle and things they might see and use in there. The children were all really engaged and love feeling and trying things on. Thank you to all the adult helpers that came with us.
The children have a very exciting story to tell that a wolf came into our classroom and knocked down our stick and straw houses down. The children were so inspired they wrote a newspaper report to tell all about it.
What an exciting Friday we had when we had a police incident in school. Involving a half eaten gingerbread Man and some interesing looking footprints who ate the gingerbread man!!
In Robins the children love cooking. As part of our literacy work we decided to make a two course meal and write captions to got with the photos. The children learned how to measure and chop ingrediants carefully. The best part was getting to taste our food we had cooked they said it was the best spaghetti bolognaise ever!
The children had a great time watching the tour of Britain come through Dennington on Friday afternoon. We were especially excited about ITV Anglia coming to film us. The children were incredibly well behaved and loved watching the police and the cyclists come through.