Jays Crew had their Victorian Day yesterday. They learnt lots about different toys and how different things were! We also recreated Bruegel's famous painting 'Children's Games'. Didn't they look fantastic in their costumes!
We upgraded to bigger shelters today in Forest School and we had so much fun!
Kingfishers and Jays had a wonderful Forest School session today! They worked together brilliantly to build mini-shelters for hedgehogs. It was so lovely to hear them planning, discussing and problem solving with their partner! Well done Year 1 and 2! 😀
Our Term 3 and 4 Project - How Have Toys Changed Over Time?
Our visit from Jethro...the servant of Samuel Pepys!
Toby and the Great Fire of London
We have learnt the introduction to the story 'Toby and the Great Fire of London'. We are going to use this to help us to write our own stories over the next couple of weeks. We will be using the character of Toby and the setting of London in the September of 1666.
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