Our final week of our first summer term! We looked at recognising our emotions in different scenarios, explored where our food came from in geography and packaged up our seed bombs ready to help our local pollinators! We made enough seed bombs so we could gift one to each of our pupils to really make a difference in Alfreton! Amazing work team!
Presenting our winners for creativity this week! Some amazing creative art and DT for our 🦊 well done!
What an exciting week this week! We have worked on our Rainbow Grammar, set up science experiments to investigate the water movement within plants. We have made our seed bombs as part of our DT project and ended the week using chalk to create a sense of depth, inspired by a miners tunnel. Great week, great listening and fantastic learning!
Well done Lola and Imogen for showing excellent resilience last week! You are such hard working independent workers, you are such brilliant role models!
We have had a wonderful week in school. We explored different peoples versions of events based on the mining act of 1842, we created appealing and effective labels for our seed bombs. And then we tested the effectiveness of pollinators using our version of pollen....cheese puff crisps! The children effectively pollinated our school grounds and really got to grips with the science behind the process!
Well done Kacie and Austin, our winners of this weeks Woodbridge ⭐️ award for showing confidence.
It’s been a short week in Foxes this week, never the less we’ve still had some amazing days. We acted out the life cycle of a flowering plant, we explored what it means to have an online reputation and the potential dangers around having an online presence. We also of course celebrated the kings coronation by wearing red, white and blue, holding a royal indoor picnic and also created some coronation crafts!
Well done Milita and Dylan our winners of the responsibility ⭐️ of the week award!
Well done to Leo, Aiden and Zanthe for showing their aspirational qualities last week! We had super maths stars, a fox with a real thirst for learning and Zanthe was the winner of our lunch time award! Well done team
Week 2 of our summer term and I feel we have had a really creative week in foxes 🦊 class! We learned how to assemble our flutes, explored existing seed bomb products thinking about how we could innovate them and we also created a Spring inspired daffodil collage!
Well done to our winners of the Woodbridge ⭐️ of the week award for being super respectful members of the team! Well done you two!
Week 1 - what a week it’s been! We have begun our new topic “Could plants survive on their own?” We have dissected the flowering plant the lily, we have explored seed bomb packaging, looking for innovations in the designs. We began our wheel chair PE sessions and we even looked at the history of lead mining in the UK. Phew! The children have loved it and so have I?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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