6th November 2017

We started this term with thinking about what is special about this time of year. We found out what we will see happening in our environment now it is Autumn. We used lots of orange, red, brown and yellow to make pictures and collages.

We looked at a selection of Autumn vegetables including pumpkins which we enjoyed hammering golf tees into!

We knew that Bonfire Night was approaching so we thought about what we would see and hear. The afternoon children even managed to join in with Mr Grayson and Miss Stallworthy’s children as they saw some real fireworks being set off. It was great to use our senses and we could even smell the smoke!

On Thursday we found out about the kinds of foods people eat and rather than wasting the pumpkins from earlier in the week, we used them to make pumpkin soup which went down surprisingly well with the children when they tasted it.

Fireman Sam helped us to learn about keeping everyone safe on bonfire night even our pets.

Remember, Remember the 5th of November.
Have a great Bonfire Night everyone!