Today began after our daily chores around the farm with a long muddy walk. We climbed over stiles, rolled down hills and some of us got stuck in the mud and our wellies had to be rescued by Mr Eggleton.
Later we did our best to herd some sheep – not sure it was up to the standards of one man and his dog. We looked after some ducklings ( well we cuddled some ducklings), fed the cows and there were apples – it is that time of year!
Everyone is having a great time – Zac loves the ducklings but Joel is rather underwhelmed by the size of the turkeys – we are all learning a lot about where our food comes from!
On Thursday, we were treated to Bumble Class’ brilliant White Stripes themed assembly. The children loved singing and dancing to the accompaniment of Mr Paul on the guitar and we were all extremely impressed by the way that they demonstrated their knowledge of number bonds through song! We’re sure that the children will be able to remember their important number facts with this super cool song to remember them by!
In the second half of the assembly, Year One explained how they are learning how to discuss and control their emotions by using a giant mood meter. This links in to our whole school work on RULER and we were impressed at all of the words that some of our youngest pupils were able to use to describe their emotions.
Well done to everyone for a brilliant performance and thanks to Mr Paul for all of his hard work and creativity!