Fun in the Snow
Our children in 'Rowley Robins' enjoyed playing in the snow, working together to build a 'Snowman'. We had lots of fun throwing snowballs and then warmed ourselves up with a delicious 'Hot Chocolate'.
Our children in 'Rowley Robins' have made some fantastic hand-print poppies which we turned into our 'Remembrance Day' wreath. They have had lots of fun getting messy and being creative!
Our children in 'Rowley Robins' did some fantastic artwork - inspired by our school 'Firework Display'. They enjoyed using the different coloured paints and making the 'splash' marks using some tea bags (don't tell the staff)!
Our children in 'Rowley Robins' made some fantastic 'Diva Lamps' to celebrate Diwali! They loved getting artistic and using the multi-coloured sequins and tealights to create their own lamp to take home. We also sampled some samosa's, spring rolls and onion bhaji's - which most of the children thoroughly enjoyed!
Our children in 'Rowley Robins' celebrated 'Halloween' during our Scary Hair Day. They enjoyed making potions with water, sequins, food colouring, bicarbonate of soda and vinegar to make the potion froth! We also made some special magic wands for the children to take home. Practicing our 'Fine Motor' skills - the children were tapping golf tee's into the pumpkin flesh!
There was also a special visitor - Miss Dinosaur! The children absolutely loved seeing the costume pop up around school and couldn't wait to get home to tell their Mum's and Dad's!
We would like to say a massive THANK YOU to the charity ‘Scopes4SEN’ who have kindly donated a telescope to our school! They are registered in Tissington, Derbyshire and they work to provide free telescopes and other astronomy tools and materials for schools and hospitals around the UK!
We can’t wait for all of our children to try it out and tell us what they can see...
Today, we have seen “the moon”, “my mom”, “my dad” and “a big fence” - how exciting!
Look how much they’ve grown!
We have seen our caterpillars wriggling all around - how exciting! The children have loved seeing them grow over these last few weeks. We can’t believe they used to be so small. The children have loved checking in on them every day to see what they’ve been getting up to!
What an incredible journey - we have seen them transform from tiny caterpillars into beautiful butterflies!
We captured some brilliant photos of us releasing our butterflies! The entire transformation from caterpillar to adult butterfly takes about three to five weeks and the children really enjoyed seeming them develop and change each day 🐛