What a couple of busy weeks we have had in Owls class.
We have been learning about the 4 seasons and have been using our senses to find out about Autumn. We have thought about the food we eat, where it comes from and how it is harvested.
We have learnt that Christian people celebrate Harvest Festival to show they are thankful for the food God gives them. Jewish people also celebrate harvest and this festival is called Sukkot.
We have been learning to hear and spell rhyming words through our English work and have been working on one more and one less in our Maths.
Here’s what the children in Owls class had to say about their learning;
Ella, Jack, Leo, Louie and Lucas have all enjoyed learning about Harvest while Phoebe and Rosie have enjoyed drawing combine harvesters.
Joshua enjoyed learning about Sukkot. “I liked drawing a Sukkah. They eat in it.”
“I liked writing my Autumn poem,” said Poppy.
Eddie-Rose, Marisa, Matthew, Mia, Nancy and Sophie have all enjoyed the maths work we have been doing to find the number one more or one less.
“I like moving to the music in PE,” said Pippa.
The rest of us have just enjoyed being back at school and being able to spend time with our friends during snack time, playing in the forest, racing around the daily mile track or in the classroom.