Carols at Swillbrook

We've had a lovely morning bringing some festive cheer to the residents of Swillbrook House. The children sang some traditional carols as well as two of our favourite songs from our Christmas performance. Our singing went down a hit and we received lots of praise from both the residents and staff.…

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Bird Feeders

We decided to make some bird feeders for the birds. We talked about why birds need extra food in winter. It was very squishy and slimy but we think the birds will love it!

 

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Paint me a dragon.

We decided to paint some dragons on these big sheets we found. We had to work as a team to create these masterpieces!

 

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Santa's Grotto

Our role play has been transformed into Santa's Grotto! We can design, make, wrap and send presents to all the girls and boys. When the presents are ready we put them in Santa's sleigh ready for Christmas Eve. 

 

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D&T Moving Pictures

We are learning about the Great Fire of London. We have decided to make moving pictures in D&T. We had to plan our design and practice how to make sliders. We are now creating our final product. 

 

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Kassim and the Hungry Dragon

In literacy, we entered the dragon's cave. We discussed what we might feel, see, smell and hear. 

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Life without light

We discussed what other senses we would have to use if we could not see. 

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Life without light

Today we imagined what life without light would be like. 

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Reading shed

Welcome to our reading shed. Put on a cloak, meet a king or enter another world. We love reading and the adventures it takes us on. 

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Egg helmets

We predicted which material would make the best helmet for an egg. We then tested our predictions. 

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Katie Morag and the Two Grandmothers

We practised telling the story of Katie Morag and the Two Grandmothers with actions. 

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I've got a hole in my bucket!

We tested which material would be best at mending the hole in a mini bucket. Of course holding it above our heads was the best way to check! 

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