What a lovely way to spend an Autumn morning.
We have been having a great time at Muddy Adventures; building dens, climbing trees, collecting leaves, ‘cooking’ in the mud kitchen and playing with our friends. We use our teamwork skills to solve problems, especially when we are trying to make something, but we are also very good at helping each other when we are finding something tricky.
Here are a few of our pictures.
Well done John. You were writer of the week this week for working really hard to publish your letter to the Queen. You checked your corrections and spellings very carefully and wrote clearly using your neatest handwriting.
We will put the letters in the post this week and hopefully we will get a reply!
Today was the start of Anti-bullying week. In year 1 we talked about what we thought bullying was and decided that it was someone deliberately and repeatedly did something to hurt another person or to hurt their feelings. We learned more about respect and shared our ideas. We also talked about the ideas of ‘treating others the way you would ant to be treated.’
In Sycamore we agreed on the class motto:
We choose respect because t makes us happy.
And have promised to say sorry if we do the wrong thing, tell an adult if we see someone being bullied and to treat everyone the way that we would want to be treated ourselves.
We celebrated our differences by wearing odd socks to school.
This half term our topic is Bright Lights, Big City. We have already started learning about the different countries that make up the UK and have been finding out all about the Royal Family. On Thursday we welcomed a very special visitor, Her Majesty the Queen!
She said good afternoon to everybody and we all got to shake her hand, then she joined us for a Royal tea party of cucumber sandwiches and cake.
We learned to sing the National Anthem and sang for the Queen.