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Prospect Hill Infant And Nursery School

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LADYBIRDS

May 2024

We have had fun using the 'Bee-Bots'. We used the control buttons on top of them to programme them to move around. We had special maps for them to move around on. We tried to give them more than 1 instruction at a time.

May 2024

As part of our topic about 'Incredible Me' we went for a walk to our local shops. We spoke about the features of our local area. We all posted a letter to our families that we had written in school. We all went in to a shop to buy something with the adults.

April 2024

For our showcase we invited adults in to help us make paper bag puppets of ourselves. It was lots of fun and great to see so many adults come in to help us. We did a great job don't you think?

March 2024

Our last forest school this year was all about the safety rules of making a fire and to know that fire is dangerous.We got to watch a fire being lit safely and how to extinguish a fire safely. We saw how to use the respect position around the fire circle and how using fire gloves kept adults safe whilst tending to the fire.

We loved watching and talking about what we could see and hear. One child said" I can see the fire growing and it's making a crackle and pop noise". 

 

March 2024
Even though Forest School had to be cancelled it didn’t stop Ladybird class thinking of nature. Mrs Reynolds kindly brought in some cereal treats to thread onto pipe cleaners which needed lots of patience and concentration. Once everyone had threaded the hoops we then went to hang them onto branches for the forest animals and birds. 

September 2023

We have been settling in to our Ladybirds class and making new friends.

On Tuesdays Coach Connor from Mini Kixx has been teaching us to throw and catch. Here are some photographs.

 

October 2023

We watched number 4 on Numberblocks and then have been making 4 in different arrangements.

November 2023

We have really enjoyed our Forest school lessons in the woods - even when it has been really cold.

November 2023

We read The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson. We made a gruffalo faces by putting parts together to make a whole face.

December 2023

We had a ‘Maths Story Day’ on Friday. We read a book called ‘The perfect fit’ which was about lots of shapes. We then explored how 2D shapes fitted together without gaps and how shapes fitted together to make pictures. We had great fun.

February 2024

We watched videos of the artist Michael Latimer demonstrating how to draw ocean creatures. We then became artists and made our own sea pictures. Aren’t they amazing? Ladybirds you are such brilliant artists!